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SUNU Portfolio of Wines

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We’re smitten with Pinot Noir, especially the SEDUCTIVE, POWERFUL expressions that emerge from the storied slopes of Oregon’s Willamette Valley.

Why Oregon Pinot Noir?


After years of methodical searching, we’ve found several extraordinary vineyard parcels, each reflecting a different facet of Pinot’s elegant and seductive breadth.  These vineyards make up SUNU Pinot Noir

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Shea East Hill

Planted with the Wädenswil clone on a dramatically steep, east-facing hill. Shea East Hill is one of two iconic vineyards that is famed for meticulous vineyard practice, sustainable farming, and an array of clonal diversity.

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Shea West Hill

A vineyard of mostly soft, rolling contours with one notable exception: The Ravine. Lined with fir trees and jarringly steep, the thin soils create an exceptional landscape that produces wines in vibrant contrast to other parcels of Shea East Hill.

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Matteri Vineyard

Dry and windswept vineyard at 550 feet, planted with clones 115 and 777 that do battle with the elements to produce tiny berries with powerful richness and intense flavor.

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Saffron Fields Vineyard

The combination of Pommard clone planted at lower elevation with an orientation that maximizes mid-day sun makes Saffron Fields our warmest and earliest-ripening site.

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Lonesome Rock

At 700ft above sea level, the site paradoxically combines cool temperatures with an unusual proliferation of “heat-trapping” chunks of stone mixed throughout the soil…

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Our Winemaking

While we believe that great wine begins in the vineyard, we also know that what takes place in the cellar is the signature of great winemaking.