Background

Our Vineyards

Great Wine Reflects the Fruit of the Vine

Our winemaking process begins with a deep respect for our vineyards. They are the essence of our wines and carry their story to the glass.

Owner Bill Stoller was born into a farming family and spent his early years becoming attuned to the seasons and cycles of nature, and the considerations imposed on the crops. Calibrated to these cycles over a lifetime, and now as a winery owner, he naturally connects to the land and to its cyclical nature and subtle nuances.

Background

CORRAL CREEK

Corral Creek Vineyard surrounds the winery, and is the only estate vineyard we did not plant ourselves. Formerly known as Veritas Vineyard Winery, it and the winemaking facility were purchased from the Howiesons family in 1995. This acquisition allowed us to expand our winery operations. Currently, the 40-acre site has 24-acres bearing fruit.

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RIDGECREST

Ridgecrest was planted in 1980 by Harry Peterson-Nedry, marking the first vineyard in what would be the famed Ribbon Ridge AVA. Ribbon Ridge is a small ridge at the western end of the Chehalem Range and Valley. Our estate vineyard, is a 29-acre site with 16-acres planted to vine.

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STOLLER

Planted in 1995, Stoller sits on a 399-acre parcel, with 210-acre planted to vine, making it the largest contiguous vineyard in Oregon’s Dundee Hills.

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