Bracken Vineyard is perched on the western benchlands of the Eola Hills, with elevations of 630-730 feet and views that stretch up and down the Willamette Valley. Here, the soils are predominantly all of volcanic origin but with varying depths. The first vineyard plantings in 2016 were to Pinot Noir, and Chardonnay spacing. Additional Chardonnay vines were planted in April 2019. Finally, a significant replanting of vines took place in late 2021 to replace vole-damaged vines. In addition, winemaker added another 3.26 acres of new vineyard area, planted to Aligoté, Pinot Meunier, and additional Chardonnay.
Serve at 10-12 °C with a salmon steak with herb sauce or poultry cream sauce.
Shelby Perkins and Peter Harter are land stewards who are focused on responsible farming to explore the expression of 40 acres in the southwestern Eola Hills.They are not dogmatic but do utilize organic and biodynamic methods in Their farming. The winery’s work is focused on the long-term. They make decisions slowly - with a deep understanding that our choices will affect this place for many years. Farming decisions are made to support high-quality winemaking. They actively make adjustments in our vineyard ensure low-intervention in the winery.All products by this producer
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