Willamette Valley Oregon Pinot Noir

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Book Club White Wine

Book Club series wines are about taking the time to be you. Kick off your shoes and escape to other worldly pleasures, or just enjoy watching the world go by. This is your time. Relax, recharge, rinse and repeat.

The 2022 vintage Book Club White Wine is a blend of aromatic varieties, Gewürztraminer and Viognier. We tend these vines on our 35-acre estate vineyard located in the heart of the Willamette Valley. The wine was fermented to dryness in stainless steel to retain its scintillating aroma and zingy finish.

Willamette Valley AVA Guide

AVAs provide consumers & sommeliers a way to identify the origin of their wines.

The Willamette Valley as we know it today as a winegrowing region was formed between 15,000 and 12,700 years ago. Dozens of floods from Glacial Lake Missoula flowed up the Willamette Valley from the Columbia River, depositing up to 35 meters of gravel, sand, silt, and clay. (Source: USGS)

The Willamette Valley American Viticultural Area (AVA) was established in 1983 and it covers approximately 3.5 million acres. The AVA spans over 100 miles from north to south and 60 miles east to west. The Van Duzer Corridor sits about midway in the valley and allows for cool ocean breezes to enter through a gap in the Coast Range mountains.

Two distinct soil types within the Willamette Valley are sedimentary (Bellpine) and volcanic (Jory), however there are other soil series represented in some of the sub-AVAs. Today there are ELEVEN approved sub-AVAs of the Willamette Valley.

We have prepared a primer on the Willamette Valley AVAs. This PDF includes information about location, soil type, total and planted acreage, date established, and the types of wines produced. If you are new to Willamette Valley wines, or a long-time enthusiast, this information will help keep you informed and up to date.

Winery Address: 13531 Bursell Road, Dallas, OR 97338

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 395, Dallas, OR 97338

Phone: 503.88.CUVEE (28833)

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