Cramoisi's lot, Hidden Jewel, comes from their vineyard in the Dundee Hills AVA. The Cramoisi crew says respect for the land and the grape, and hardworking vineyard stewards like Juvencio (pictured), make this wine possible.  Learn more.

Cramoisi's lot, Hidden Jewel, comes from their vineyard in the Dundee Hills AVA. The Cramoisi crew says respect for the land and the grape, and hardworking vineyard stewards like Juvencio (pictured), make this wine possible. Learn more.

The Archery Summit lot Sums of Summit celebrates the textural beauty and expressiveness tied to Dundee Hills Pinot Noir. This wine sources from estate Summit Vineyard fruit, some of the winery's oldest and most treasured vines. Winemaker Ian Burch says diversity in the vineyard—ranging from clone type to topography—leads to immense detail and incredible balance in the glass.  Learn more  about this lot.

The Archery Summit lot Sums of Summit celebrates the textural beauty and expressiveness tied to Dundee Hills Pinot Noir. This wine sources from estate Summit Vineyard fruit, some of the winery's oldest and most treasured vines. Winemaker Ian Burch says diversity in the vineyard—ranging from clone type to topography—leads to immense detail and incredible balance in the glass. Learn more about this lot.

In the beginning, when the @bethelheights current generation of winegrowers was just learning to walk, the family cleared 25 acres of abandoned walnut trees at Bethel Heights and planted 25 acres of Pommard Pinot noir cuttings from Dick Erath’s vineyard. There, being ungrafted, they put down their own roots and flourished for almost four decades until phylloxera finally began to nibble around the edges, even as the vines were giving the greatest wines of their entire career. Finally, following the 2017 harvest, the first two acres of original vines had to be pulled out. The fruit of their final vintage is in their Auction wine.  Learn more.

In the beginning, when the @bethelheights current generation of winegrowers was just learning to walk, the family cleared 25 acres of abandoned walnut trees at Bethel Heights and planted 25 acres of Pommard Pinot noir cuttings from Dick Erath’s vineyard. There, being ungrafted, they put down their own roots and flourished for almost four decades until phylloxera finally began to nibble around the edges, even as the vines were giving the greatest wines of their entire career. Finally, following the 2017 harvest, the first two acres of original vines had to be pulled out. The fruit of their final vintage is in their Auction wine. Learn more.

Raptor Ridge and Atticus Vineyard have been birds of a feather for over a decade of winemaking in the Willamette Valley. The vineyard, named for Atticus Finch of  To Kill a Mockingbird , supplies grapes to Raptor Ridge, named for the hawks, owls and kestrels who coexist symbiotically on our sustainably grown sites. Here, founding winegrower Scott Shull releases a juvenile Barn Owl it into our Tuscowallame Vineyard. The owl, rehabilitated from injury by The Audubon Society of Portland, was deemed ready to return to the wilds of Tuscowallame Vineyard, an indigenous name for “Where the Owls Dwell”.  Learn about  Raptor Ridge's Auction lot, "I'll Fly Away."

Raptor Ridge and Atticus Vineyard have been birds of a feather for over a decade of winemaking in the Willamette Valley. The vineyard, named for Atticus Finch of To Kill a Mockingbird, supplies grapes to Raptor Ridge, named for the hawks, owls and kestrels who coexist symbiotically on our sustainably grown sites. Here, founding winegrower Scott Shull releases a juvenile Barn Owl it into our Tuscowallame Vineyard. The owl, rehabilitated from injury by The Audubon Society of Portland, was deemed ready to return to the wilds of Tuscowallame Vineyard, an indigenous name for “Where the Owls Dwell”. Learn about Raptor Ridge's Auction lot, "I'll Fly Away."

Saffron Fields Vineyard is owned by two chemical engineers, Angela Summers and Sanjeev Lahoti, who came to Oregon along with their two Yorkies for the love of Pinot noir. The vineyard is named after the saffron colors of the vineyard after harvest and the purity and serenity it represents.  Learn more  about Saffron Field's Auction lot, Good Karma.

Saffron Fields Vineyard is owned by two chemical engineers, Angela Summers and Sanjeev Lahoti, who came to Oregon along with their two Yorkies for the love of Pinot noir. The vineyard is named after the saffron colors of the vineyard after harvest and the purity and serenity it represents. Learn more about Saffron Field's Auction lot, Good Karma.

This year's Auction will kick off with a wine inspired by reaching the end. Heralding from the Gran Moraine vineyard in Yamhill-Carlton, winemaker Shane Moore crafted this year's lot to showcase the pinnacle of quality the 2017 vintage offered. A Pinot of juxtaposition that dances out of the bottle like a ballerina with large feet.  Learn more  about Lot 1 from Gran Moraine.

This year's Auction will kick off with a wine inspired by reaching the end. Heralding from the Gran Moraine vineyard in Yamhill-Carlton, winemaker Shane Moore crafted this year's lot to showcase the pinnacle of quality the 2017 vintage offered. A Pinot of juxtaposition that dances out of the bottle like a ballerina with large feet. Learn more about Lot 1 from Gran Moraine.