Pinot Gris from the vines that started it all, the original vine 1966 planting of Pinot Gris at The Eyrie Vineyards. After long discussions about our shared love for pinot gris, its changing place in Oregon wine, and the fears that the future could hold, Jason Lett offered us the chance to work with some of the fruit from that original plot beginning in 2019, making us the first winery other than Eyrie themselves to produce wine from the oldest pinot gris planting in North America. The vineyard is a truly special place to us, to Jason, and most importantly to Oregon. We are beyond humbled, and truly terrified to have such an absurd opportunity.
This wine is only made in select vintages, and is always only a single barrel. Read more about this project, and our love affair with Pinot Gris in the culture section.