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2019 Sparkling Trio

Three distinctive expressions of Oregon Sparkling Wine: Brut Rosé, Brut & Blanc de Blancs. These are Méthode Traditionelle Single Vineyard Sparkling Wines.


  • 2019 Goodrich Blanc de Blancs
  • 2019 La Bohème Brut Rosé
  • 2019 Mount Richmond Brut

Each wine is finished at a Brut level of sweetness, officially between 0-12 g/L residual sugar. Our Sparkling Wines range between 2.1 and 3.6 g/L, see individual wines.


VINTAGE 2019 required experience and courage. After 45 years, we often say there isn’t a harvest we haven’t seen, but 2019 was an odd one. After a warm May and a healthy, early fruit-set, the summer ended cool with no threat of the sunburn or hazy, smoky skies seen in recent years. We expected to pick in early September, but weeks of unseasonably cool weather took us by surprise. Rather than rushing to pick too early, we waited patiently for concentrations and sugar levels to rise, confident that our vineyard practices would protect the fruit.

According to Winemaker/Owner Adam Campbell “You pick your moments. If you’re 100% estate grown and you have impeccable timing – you can grow fantastic fruit in any year. It took months of preparation in the vineyard, and some very long days during crush, but we had a great crew in 2019 and managed to get sugar levels right where we want them.”

Our goal is a minimum 100 days from bloom to harvest; 2019 saw hang times as long as 125 days in some blocks. Expect wines with a big ripe core of concentrated fruit and a bright, fresh profile.