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Trio – Open For Good

For every purchase of this trio, we’ll donate $50 to the James Beard Foundation’s Open For Good campaign. Learn more

A vertical of our Mount Richmond Pinot Noir from three great vintages.


  • 2016 Mount Richmond Pinot Noir
    • 94 points – James Suckling
    • 93 points – Vinous
  • 2017 Mount Richmond Pinot Noir
    • 93 points – Wine Spectator
    • 93 points – James Suckling
  • 2018 Mount Richmond Pinot Noir
    • 95 points – Anthony Dias Blue
    • 93 points – James Suckling

Elk Cove will donate 25% of the proceeds to the James Beard Foundation.

Today the restaurant industry and the entire ecosystem which the industry supports—the farmers, producers, distributors, local communities, and others—are facing a severe crisis.

Through our Open for Good campaign, the James Beard Foundation is committed to helping independent restaurants survive this crisis, rebuild better, and thrive for the long term.”

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Mount Richmond Vineyard sits on Willakenzie soils in the heart of the Yamhill Carlton AVA. The site was purchased in 1996 as a partnership between winemaker Adam Campbell, his wife Carrie, and Elk Cove founders Pat and Joe Campbell. The motivation for planting Mount Richmond was to emulate the wine quality from sites such as our esteemed Roosevelt vineyard. The vineyard now holds the honor as the largest vineyard holding of Elk Cove, totaling 105 planted acres. Mount Richmond sits at 300-500 feet elevation, lower than the vineyards planted at the winery, which allows for earlier ripening. Planted in a high-density format (2100 vines/acre), similar to Roosevelt, Mount Richmond sits in rolling hills just outside the town of Yamhill just East of the Coast Range Mountains. In addition to the old vine pommard selection, planted from select cuttings off of Roosevelt Vineyard, the blend now also includes equal parts of Dijon clones 115 and 777.



Fruit from Mount Richmond is fermented in small, temperature-controlled steel tanks, hand punched down twice daily, and barreled in 22% new french oak barrels. After 10 months of aging in barrels, only the barrels that are most representative of the Mount Richmond profile are carefully blended to create a big, luscious Oregon Pinot Noir.