Cooper Mountain's Auction lot comes from Block B of their Old Vines vineyard, their most prized Pinot noir block. Winemaker Gilles de Domingo describes this block with two words: power and grace.  Learn more.

Cooper Mountain's Auction lot comes from Block B of their Old Vines vineyard, their most prized Pinot noir block. Winemaker Gilles de Domingo describes this block with two words: power and grace. Learn more.

The 2017 Ruby Vineyard Beneath the Bramble is a single barrel selected from the oldest own-rooted vines (45 years old) on the Ruby Vineyard Estate, planted in 1973. After the cuttings were rooted, they ended up covered in blackberries, to be discovered by the next owner, who cleared, trellised and brought them into production. Here is the block today, under snow and Stanley's watchful eye.  Learn more.

The 2017 Ruby Vineyard Beneath the Bramble is a single barrel selected from the oldest own-rooted vines (45 years old) on the Ruby Vineyard Estate, planted in 1973. After the cuttings were rooted, they ended up covered in blackberries, to be discovered by the next owner, who cleared, trellised and brought them into production. Here is the block today, under snow and Stanley's watchful eye. Learn more.

During his entire first vintage, Brianne Day’s son Viggo slept cozily in a baby carrier next to his Mama’s heart while she made her wines. The Day Wines 2019 Auction lot is fittingly called V’s First Crush.  Learn more.

During his entire first vintage, Brianne Day’s son Viggo slept cozily in a baby carrier next to his Mama’s heart while she made her wines. The Day Wines 2019 Auction lot is fittingly called V’s First Crush. Learn more.

There’s a certain pride you get when you work with a vineyard through seven harvests. After years of hard work and dedication, Katie Santora took the reigns as head winemaker at Chehalem Winery. “Long Time Listener, First Time Caller” showcases Katie’s exceptional understanding of our vineyard sites and winemaking style.  Learn more.

There’s a certain pride you get when you work with a vineyard through seven harvests. After years of hard work and dedication, Katie Santora took the reigns as head winemaker at Chehalem Winery. “Long Time Listener, First Time Caller” showcases Katie’s exceptional understanding of our vineyard sites and winemaking style. Learn more.

Born in Scandinavia and raised in Oregon, Alex Fullerton made a play-on-words when labeling his inaugural vintage of Björnson Vineyard Pinot Noir. Björn is Scandinavian for “bear,” and son a suffix indicating patronymic lineage. Son of a Bear was written in masking tape on the fermentation tank, and now graces this year’s Auction wine tapped from the best barrel of the lot.  Learn more.

Born in Scandinavia and raised in Oregon, Alex Fullerton made a play-on-words when labeling his inaugural vintage of Björnson Vineyard Pinot Noir. Björn is Scandinavian for “bear,” and son a suffix indicating patronymic lineage. Son of a Bear was written in masking tape on the fermentation tank, and now graces this year’s Auction wine tapped from the best barrel of the lot. Learn more.

The Sokol Blosser Auction lot, Founders Cuvée, is crafted with grapes picked from their Old Vineyard Block—their original vineyard site planted by founders Susan Sokol Blosser and Bill Blosser back in 1971. Today, the winery is led by the next generation: CEO and Co-President Alison Sokol Blosser and winemaker and Co-President Alex Sokol Blosser.  Learn more.

The Sokol Blosser Auction lot, Founders Cuvée, is crafted with grapes picked from their Old Vineyard Block—their original vineyard site planted by founders Susan Sokol Blosser and Bill Blosser back in 1971. Today, the winery is led by the next generation: CEO and Co-President Alison Sokol Blosser and winemaker and Co-President Alex Sokol Blosser. Learn more.