Our tasting room is open daily from 10:00 – 5:00. Walk-ins are always welcome.

For parties of 6 or more, VIP seated tastings or anything extra special we should know about, please make a reservation by phone or email.


We currently offer three flights for your enjoyment:

FLAGSHIP FLIGHT
$15

(Refundable with $35 Angela Estate Purchase)

2017 ANGELA ESTATE CHARDONNAY

Willamette Valley
750 ML BOTTLE $35

2015 ANGELA VINEYARD PINOT NOIR

Yamhill-Carlton
750 ML BOTTLE $35

2014 ANGELA VINEYARD PINOT NOIR

Yamhill-Carlton
750 ML BOTTLE $35

2015 ABBOTT CLAIM PINOT NOIR

Yamhill-Carlton
750 ML BOTTLE $60

RESERVE FLIGHT
$20

(Non-Refundable. Complimentary for Club Members)

Designed for the wine enthusiast who appreciates expressions of terroir.

2017 ANGELA ESTATE CHARDONNAY

Willamette Valley
750 ML BOTTLE $35

2014 WADENSWIL CLONE PINOT NOIR

Yamhill-Carlton
750 ML BOTTLE $60

2014 POMMARD CLONE PINOT NOIR

Yamhill-Carlton
750 ML BOTTLE $60

2013 TAPIT RESERVE PINOT NOIR

Yamhill-Carlton
750 ML BOTTLE $75

VINTAGE TASTING
$25

(Tasting fee waived with purchase of 2 bottles from this flight)

This unique flight highlights the distinctions of age and vintage.

2015 ABBOTT CLAIM PINOT NOIR

Yamhill-Carlton
750 ML BOTTLE $60

2014 ABBOTT CLAIM PINOT NOIR

Yamhill-Carlton
750 ML BOTTLE $60

2013 ABBOTT CLAIM PINOT NOIR

Yamhill-Carlton
750 ML BOTTLE $60

2012 ABBOTT CLAIM PINOT NOIR

Yamhill-Carlton
750 ML BOTTLE $60

VINTAGE BREAKDOWN

2015 – This vintage was slightly different in early growing season timing from 2014, but the final effect was the same, with big heat, big crop and big expectations. The acids are down, the alcohols are slightly over 14% on average and the work many did to minimize over-extraction resulted in more elegant wines than a hot vintage deserves.

2014 – One of those rare vintages when everyone is excited – writers and winemakers loved the quality which was excellent, based on full ripeness, probably the cleanest fruit seen in decades. Pinot Noir colors are appropriately rich but not too deep, wines not tannic or over-extracted with reasonable alcohols averaging just under 14%.

2013 – A Tale of Two Harvests. One very early and one normal, with rain in between. They started as one very early harvest thanks to a very consistent, warm growing season, the warmest on record up to final ripening mid-September. An unanticipated 30-year rain event of a typhoon that had hit Japan days before, ushering in a spate of cool weather, interrupting the season, slowing ripening and turning it into two discrete picks. Although grapes ripened during the rain were vulnerable to botrytis, earlier and later picks showed very good quality, with many considering the coolness and longer hang-time a big benefit, preserving acidity and flavors, while minimizing alcohol. Color, texture, balance and acidity on the whole were good for the vintage.

2012 – A cool spring with record moisture in June resulted in a slightly delayed bloom that was interrupted by cool, wet weather. Spring was followed by a beautiful, sunny warm and dry summer, with the longest dry period in the Willamette Valley’s history, over 100 days. The lovely weather continued into October with harvest occurring in mid-month. The grapes achieved ideal ripeness and wines have lovely ripe tannins, moderate alcohols and nice acidity. This is potentially one of Oregon’s best harvests.

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