2015 Brut Rosé: Sparkling Wines That Rival Champagne

Our 2015 Brut Rosé featured in Food & Wine Magazine’s article “8 Oregon Sparkling Wines That Rival Champagne”. Here’s what they had to say:

“The Willamette Valley’s distinctive climate and geology have made it renowned for Pinot Noir, and its Chardonnays can be equally impressive—two varieties that also happen to be the classic ingredients of great sparkling wine… Winemaker Adam Campbell is one of Oregon’s top Pinot talents. His skill shows through in this creamy, lightly toasty wine.” – Ray Isle, Food & Wine

Read the full article at foodandwine.com.


2011 Willamette Valley Pinot – 91 Points & Best Buy in Wine & Spirits

Best Buy

“Relatively lush for the coolness of the vintage, this velvety red leads with dark cherry scents gathered by a tarry earthiness. Its flavors stay dark and savory, the gripping tannins a touch furry, suggesting that it’s packed with potential energy. A year in the cellar will give it further definition.” – Patrick J. Comiskey

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Winemakers on Board — Buying Guide. “Campbell, a fourth generation Oregonian, produces one of the state’s most consistent Pinots and characterful Pinot Gris.” (January 31, 2006)

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2008 Pinot Gris Willamette Valley:

Pinot Gris of the Year! — American Wine Awards, Best Wines Under $20 “Winemaker Adam Campbell accented their brightness by fermenting this lemon-zesty wine in stainless steel tanks.” (October 1, 2010)

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2010 Pinot Blanc Willamette Valley:

America’s Best Undiscovered Wines — “Why Pinot Blanc is hardly known and Pinot Gris is practically inescapable is a mystery beyond the scope of this column. In fact, it’s even more mysterious when you consider how good this juicy, full-bodied white is.” – Ray Isle (February 28, 2012)