vineyard in spring with red clover field in distance

Elk Cove Vineyards was founded in 1974 in Oregon’s northern Willamette Valley. Known for single vineyard pinot noirs and crisp, aromatic white wines, Elk Cove was the very first vineyard and winery in what would one day become the Yamhill-Carlton AVA. 100% family-owned and operated, Elk Cove now farms nearly 400 acres of vines on six different sites.

Our 2019 Rosé of Pinot Noir

Rosé of Pinot Noir bottle

Silicon Valley Bank Wine Program Exclusive Offer:

$18 $11.95/bottle

Pale pink in the glass, this wine has sweet aromas of raspberry and cotton candy leading to a rich palate of bright tangerine and sweet yellow apple ending in a lime-peel grip.

Vineyard

The fruit for this all Pinot Noir Rosé is hand-harvested from select vineyard sites in the Willamette Valley. For the Rosé, we choose both young and old vines from higher elevation vineyards on their own rootstock. These give us the full flavor development and aromatics needed for a fresh white wine, within a framework of lower alcohol.

Winemaking

We gently whole bunch press very ripe Pinot Noir fruit with limited skin crushing, which makes virtually a “white Pinot Noir”. The wine is fermented cool in stainless steel tanks. Then carefully selected lots of fermented red Pinot Noir juice is blended back for color and texture. Our Pinot Noir Rosé is finished completely dry.

Shipping Included (UPS 2nd Day) on 12 or more bottles

Offer ends Monday, July 13th

Elk Cove is proud to partner with Silicon Valley Bank.

Other great Elk Cove wines to try…

2018 Willamette Valley Pinot Noir

Our flagship red wine, the 2018 Willamette Valley Pinot Noir is made with 100% estate-grown fruit from all six of our vineyard sites.

92 points – James Suckling

2017 Mount Richmond Pinot Noir

Mount Richmond Vineyard sits on Willakenzie soils in the heart of the Yamhill Carlton AVA. After 10 months of aging in french oak, only the barrels that are most representative of the Mount Richmond profile are carefully blended to create a big, luscious Oregon Pinot Noir.

93 points – Wine Spectator

2019 Pinot Blanc

The Willamette Valley has an ideal climate for Pinot Blanc, a delicate grape variety – enough sunlight and warmth for ripening, with cooler night temperatures that help retain varietal character.

90 points – Wine Enthusiast

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