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SOIL INTO WINE 

In the vineyard we have matched rootstocks and clones to the wide variety of soils to capture the best possible expressions of Pinot Noir from our vineyard site.  We have 11 blocks of Pinot Noir, our clones are a mix of the best clones from Oregon's Pinot plantings (Pommard), the Dijon clones imported form Burgundy (667, 777) and more rare Heirloom/Heritage clones such as "Holstein" and Vosne Romanee (clone 122). Cramoisi Vineyard sits perfectly between 500-600 feet of elevation in the middle of the slope where you would typically find a Grand Cru.


Winter, dormancy stage

Winter, dormancy stage

Biodynamic compost

Biodynamic compost

Biodynamic pruning past not only to protect the vines but also provides life enhancing stimulus to our vines

Biodynamic pruning past not only to protect the vines but also provides life enhancing stimulus to our vines


 

 


 
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What happens in the Vineyard through the year...

Our Tasting Room in process on a rainy day with beatiful colors of fall and a magical rainbow - 2019

Our Tasting Room in process on a rainy day with beatiful colors of fall and a magical rainbow - 2019

 
 

Harvest 2019 is in the books, grapes pressed and evolving into our 2019 Cramoisi Wines. We beleive 2019 will be ne of the best vintages, perfect cool pinot noir, Chardonnay weather. But Mother nature always challenge us with lots of rain at the end of the season, making us all worry about the right time to harvest. We hold enough to wait for the right phenolics and we did it right. Beautiful healthy grapes to a stunning vintage 2019.