2017 Guadalupe

2017 Guadalupe

The northwest corner of the Dundee Hills AVA just barely holds Guadalupe Vineyard, sitting at 425 feet above sea level at the southern end of the marine sediment of Yamhill-Carlton.  Directly south-facing, the vineyard is uniquely sheltered on the north and east sides, moderating temperatures throughout the year. The result is an unusually long growing season, producing deep color and complex, savory dimension.

"One of the more savory wines in the lineup, the 2017 Pinot Noir Guadalupe Vineyard offers notes of dried cherries, baking spices, and a touch of peppery spice in its rounded, nicely textured style. It’s a pretty, seamless barrel sample that has good acidity and present tannins, yet the overall feel is upfront and already delicious." 91-93 pts, Jeb Dunnuck

Full Specifications

  • Alcohol %: 13.2
  • Vintage: 2017
  • Appellation: Dundee Hills, Oregon
  • Vineyard: Guadalupe
  • Clone: Dijon 115
  • Cases Produced: 150
  • Winemaker: Louis Skinner

Why Oregon Pinot Noir?

A delicate and profound Pinot Noir that embodies the essence of that magical marriage of site and grape.

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