Established with their first plantings of Pinot Noir in 1978, with proximity to both the Chehalem Mountains and the Columbia Gorge, Robert & Corrine Gross were present during the first steps of the Willamette Valley wine world. Under the watchful eye of their daughter, Barbara Gross, they have since grown to over 100 acres, and committed to sustainable, organic, biodynamic, and dry-farming.
Originally sold to other wineries, the first vintages offered to the public appeared in 1987. This longevity is well earned and results in a very affordable, high-quality Pinot Noir selection, farmed impeccably by some of the first believers in the Willamette Valley.
We are super happy to bring these selections to you at what we feel are great prices, once again proving that a natural wine can blend in with the conventional and be enjoyed by all without sacrificing cleanliness and quality. Pinot For The People!