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2014 Patton Valley Vineyard Rosé of Pinot Noir$18

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The 2014 Patton Valley Vineyard Rosé of Pinot Noir leads with citrus aromas of tangerine, grapefruit, orange marmalade and lime, but builds with cantaloupe and pear. Flavors of nectarine and candied lemon grace the pleasingly broad palate. The wine finishes with the lightness of cream soda and orange oil. The hallmark of every great Patton Valley rosé is the acidity, and this wine does not disappoint. The flavors are taken long through the finish with mouthwatering acidity and a light effervescence that makes the wine dance on our tongues.

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2013 Patton Valley Pinot Blanc$20

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 158 Cases Produced

Many of our beloved fans and Patton Valley family have heard us talk about our cherished vineyard foreman, Jesus “Chuy” Mora.  Chuy and his brothers, Valentine and Onesimo Mora, lend their skilled hands to our vines throughout the growing season, and have been tending vines at Patton Valley with tremendous precision and care for over ten years.  A few years ago the three brothers leased a small vineyard near St. Paul, and trained the vines back after years of neglect, resulting in what they do best:  phenomenally grown grapes.  The past two years some of Chuy’s Pinot noir has gone into our Willamette Valley, and we are pleased in 2013 to introduce this vineyard designate Pinot Blanc from the Mora Brothers Vineyard.

The nose on the 2013 Mora Vineyard Pinot Blanc is alive with candied tangerine, peach skin, chamomile, spearmint, coconut, and green papaya.  Upfront this wine is pleasurably medium in body with hues of vanilla, lime, and a wonderfully striking minerality. The wine finishes pure and true with lingering tastes of pear and bright acidity that go hand in hand with Pinot Blanc.

2013 Willamette Valley Pinot Noir$24

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At Patton Valley, we have an affinity for wines that express a sense of place. While our focus has always been the production of polished, estate-grown wines, we believe there is also value in showcasing the larger picture of the Willamette Valley. This four-vineyard blend has all the hallmarks of our typical production—small lot fermentation, wild yeast, basket pressed fruit, barrel aged, unfined and unfiltered,—presented in the broader context of this remarkable winegrowing region. With half of the fruit coming from our estate, we see this bottling as the perfect interplay of the micro and macro ecosystems that help sustain us.

Patton Valley has been a LIVE certified, sustainable winery since 2007. In addition to our low input and low impact farming practices, we believe that every component of our production should support our land ethic. Accordingly, we carefully select our packaging to avoid unnecessary ecological costs: our glass is sourced from Northwest producers (rather than the more common international purveyors), our bottle closures have been 100% screwcap since 2007, and for this wine—the largest bottling in our portfolio—we utilized recycled cardstock for the labels.

The 2013 Willamette Valley Pinot noir is seductively perfumed with aromas of boysenberry, violets, almond, lavender and vanilla pipe tobacco. The opulent nose transitions into a radiant palate of red fruit, with profound notes of raspberry, Bing cherry, pomegranate and cassis. Velvety tannins spread across the palate balanced by pleasing acidity with nutmeg, caraway, and Chinese five-spice lingering through the enduring finish. A bold wine on a delicate frame, you can enjoy this wine now or lay it down for several years.

2012 Patton Valley Willakia Vineyard Chardonnay$40

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75 Cases Produced

While estate grown Pinot noir will always be the heart of what we do, at the end of the day we really just love to make great wine.  Every now and then we have an opportunity to work with spectacular fruit from a great site outside of our estate, and we simply can’t help ourselves.  Just such an opportunity came knocking in 2012 with the Willakia Vineyard Chardonnay.  The Willakia Vineyard is located towards the northern end of the Eola-Amity Hills.  During the growing season, ocean breezes push through the Van Duzer Corridor in the Coastal Range, maintaining a consistently cool climate that is the hallmark of great Pinot noir and Chardonnay winegrowing regions.  This climate, combined with shallow, well-drained volcanic soils in the Nekia series that dominate this area, make the Eola-Amity Hills AVA one of Oregon’s most distinct winegrowing regions.

In the nose, our 2012 Patton Valley Willakia Chardonnay opens with aromas of fresh flowers, plum, pear, lemon peel, jasmine, and a touch of almond.  On the palate, honeydew melon dances with flavors of sweet lemon drop candies, both of which are pleasantly balanced by a creamy texture and lively acidity.  This wine is lightly structured with lingering notes of orange peel and vanilla.  Delicious right out of the gate, it would be worth holding onto to see what some time in the bottle does to this wine.  Drink now, or cellar 2-4 years.

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2012 Patton Valley Fu-Mei Pinot Noir Blanc$40

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70 Cases Produced

At Patton Valley Vineyard, we have a tradition of designating special wines to celebrate those whom we love.  Continuing in this tradition, we chose to name this exceptional Pinot Noir Blanc in honor of co-owner David Chen’s mother: Fu-Mei Chen.  Fu-Mei, Mandarin for ‘rich and beauitful’, aptly describes this second bottling of Pinot Noir Blanc–a wine we loved so much the first time, we decided to make it a permanent part of our wine portfolio.  Made with fruit sourced from the consistently graceful 10 Acre block of our estate vineyard, these grapes were quickly pressed, the juice separated from their red skins, and barrel fermented in the tradition of fine white Burgundy.

Our 2012 Patton Valley Fu-Mei Pinot Noir Blancis as intriguing as it is delicious.  Aging on its original fermentation lees for 16 months–longer than any other Patton Valley wine–and infrequent batonage (lees stirring) gives this wine its rich and beautiful mouthfeel.  Intensely fragranced notes of nectarine, tart cherries, banana, crème brûlèe, blood orange, and lavender spill out of the glass.  On the palate these flavors evolve into marshmallow, orange rind, sweet vanilla, and peach, harmonizing to provide deep and intense flavor.  Immediately broad in the mouth, the Fu-Mei is balanced by firm acidity that draws out the mid-palate with astounding length.  This is an age-worthy white: drink now or cellar 3-6 years.

2012 Patton Valley Queen Bee Pinot Noir$30

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142 cases produced

Last year we established a new Earth Day tradition at Patton Valley Vineyard with the release of our Queen Bee Pinot Noir.  In honor of our ongoing commitment to sustainability we crafted this special, small production wine to help subsidize a variety of sustainability projects on our estate.  This wine has supported ventures such as our bee hives and the construction of our new chicken tractors, and we are excited to continue this wine’s charitable legacy with the release of the 2012 Queen Bee Pinot Noir on April 22, 2014.

The 2012 Patton Valley Queen Bee Pinot Noir seems as if it were steeped in rose petals and Bing cherries.  Hints of pipe tobacco and raspberry on the palate provide a wonderfully rich mouthfeel.  Lighter in structure than other wines from our estate, this wine has bright acidity and upfront fruit, making it perfect for drinking in the short term, but with enough weight to sit for a spell.  Drink now or cellar 2-6 years.

2010 Patton Valley Estate Pinot Noir$38

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2,329 cases produced

The 2010 Patton Valley Pinot noir shows the alluring characteristics of cool-climate Pinot, with fruit and savory components playing off each other, all wrapped in an elegant package. Earth, spice, leather, tobacco, and coconut meld with red fruits to create a complex and exotic aromatic profile. In the mouth, this wine has more power than one might expect from a cooler vintage. Notes of earth, dark plum, and black pepper grace the palate. Sweet fruit and well integrated soft tannins create the backbone for this wine’s smooth and silky finish. Delightful now, the 2010 Patton Valley Pinot noir has the balance and body to age beautifully for the next 10 years and beyond.

2012 Patton Valley Estate Pinot Noir$38

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91 Points–Stephen Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar

At Patton Valley Vineyard we work tirelessly in the vineyard to ensure that year after year we grow the possible grapes.  Once harvested, we see it as our vocation to gently usher these grapes into the wines they will become in the most natural and unobtrusive way possible.  In 2012, this process could not have been made any easier for us.  The spring of 2012 started out cool, slowing the growth rate of the vines and reducing fruit set, resulting in fewer grapes per cluster.  An uncharacteristically dry growing season and terrific summer helped pave the way for clusters brimming with perfectly ripe fruit, corseted by a bright acidity that balances out these fantastically complex wines.  This vintage will likely be considered one of the best in Willamette Valley history.

As our flagship wine, the 2012 Patton Valley Estate Pinot Noir is the most comprehensive expression of our vineyard site.  Bright red cherry cola, watermelon rind, dusty earth, and caramelized almonds grace the nose of this pretty and sumptuous wine.  The palate is immediately broad, but has less alcohol sweetness than you might expect from a warmer vintage.  Provincial herbs, spice, and milk chocolate flavor the mid-palate, with great acidity providing length, and silky tannins rounding out the mouthfeel.  Enjoy in its youth, or age 5-10 years.

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2012 Ciel du Cheval Syrah$40

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60 cases produced

Patton Valley began making Syrah in 2005, after Monte Pitt struck a deal with Ron Coleman of Tamarack Cellars to annually swap one ton of Patton Valley fruit for one ton of Syrah.  The fruit comes from the Ciel du Cheval vineyard in the Red Mountain AVA of Washington, on the eastern end of the Yakima Valley.  This particular vineyard is acclaimed for producing wines that are powerful and balanced: well-drained soils contribute to a concentration of flavor, and intense sunlight beautifully ripens warmer climate varietals that are able to retain their acidity as the result of cooler nights in the valley.

The 2012 growing season in Washington was fairly similar to Oregon’s, with the vines benefiting from warmer temperatures that resulted in wines that are structured, elegant, and rich.  Our 2012 Red Mountain Syrah is meaty and muscular, with intense aromas of stewed plums, violets, and a magnificent balance of blue and black fruit.  The velvety nose transitions to a palate bursting with inky notes of dark chocolate and blackberries, augmented by an exotic spice profile of cayenne and cardamom.  The finish is as bold as it is memorable, with firm tannins that impart flavors of hickory, pink peppercorns, and a touch of leather.  Decant now, or cellar up to 10 years.

2012 Patton Valley Clone 777 Pinot Noir$42

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100 cases produced

While most Pinot noirs you taste are a blend of multiple clones–to help provide balance and increase complexity–occasionally a single clone commands enough of our attention that we feel a bottling of that clone is in order.  A clone is a distinct subtype of any varietal that is propagated in order to take advantage of particular attributes such as cluster size, unique flavors, acidity or sugar levels, ripening time, or resistance to disease.  Pinot noir is particularly susceptible to genetic mutation, with more clones of this grape than any other varietal.  In 2012, the clone we kept coming back to was Dijon 777.  This clone generally expresses dark fruit flavors, and lends itself to creating Pinots that are full-bodied with medium tannins.

The 2012 Patton Valley Dijon Clone 777 Pinot Noir is sourced from the northern half of our vineyard, with the majority of the fruit coming from the oldest vines on the estate: our 10-Acre block.  Sourcing from this cooler section of our vineyard helped to balance out the richness often synonymous with this clone, imparting a brightness that allows this bottling to walk a fine line between lively and strong.  The nose is enchanting with warm flavors of spiced plums, roasted figs, bramble and cinnamon, with undertones of sage and dried grass.  This brooding wine evolves on the palate with rich, round flavors and focused acidity, showcasing notes of rhubarb, dried strawberry, anise seed, and boysenberry.  The finish is restrained but captivating with gamey hints of white pepper and dusty earth.  Drink now, or cellar 6-8 years.

2011 Patton Valley 10 Acre Pinot noir$50

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307 cases produced

The contrast between our 10 Acre and West Block Pinot noirs exemplifies how slight geographical differences can have significant influence on the flavor profile of a wine. Planted in 1997, The 10 Acre block of Pinot noir is the oldest planting on the Patton Valley Estate Vineyard. Located on the east-facing slope of our vineyard, this area gets full sun in the cool morning hours, leading to a slower, more gradual ripening process and a wine that is typically elegant and lighter in body with prevailing red fruit character.

The 2011 10 Acre Pinot noir shows abundant aromatics, immediately woodsy but overwhelmingly fresh with lavender and red plum, sweet caramel and malt. The palate is lush and broad with sweet cherry, cigar box, and the faintest hint of peat smoke. Soft and very subtle tannins give this wine a solid backbone. A great acid profile makes this wine likely to offer boundless enjoyment when consumed in the short term, or if given some time to rest, the distinct potential of becoming something much more profound. Drink now or cellar 5-8 years.

2012 Patton Valley 10 Acre Pinot Noir$50

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289 cases produced

The contrast between our 10-Acre and West Block Pinot noirs exemplifies how slight geographical differences can have significant influence on the flavor profiles of a wine.  Planted in 1997, the 10-Acre block of Pinot noir is the oldest planting on our estate vineyard.  Located on the east-facing slope, this area gets full sun in the cool morning hours, leading to a slower, more gradual ripening process and a wine that is typically elegant and lighter in body, with prevailing red fruit characteristics.

The 2012 Patton Valley 10 Acre Pinot Noir displays all of the site-specific qualities that typify this wine, while also exhibiting surprisingly bold black fruit characteristics.  In the nose, this Pinot swells with aromas of blackberry bramble, plum, and fresh-baked cherry pie, complemented by more subtle notes of nutmeg, allspice, potpourri, dried fig, and wet stone.  Broad, sensationally soft tannins grace the palate on entry, with bright red fruit and crushed fennel enveloping the mouth.  This wine can easily be aged for 5-10 years, but balanced acidity and elegant tannins make it approachable and enjoyable even in its youth.  Drink now, or cellar 6-8 years.

2011 Patton Valley West Block Pinot noir$50

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298 cases produced

The contrast between our 10 Acre and West Block Pinot noirs exemplifies how slight geographical differences can have significant influences on the flavor profile of a wine.  Our West Block Pinot noir is situated on the Southwestern slope of our estate.  This block, unlike the rest of the vineyard, receives full sun in the hotter afternoon hours which expedites the speed of ripening and creates bigger tannins and darker characters in the wine.

Out of the gate the 2011 West Block Pinot noir shows impressive bright aromatics of cherry, and sandalwood, earth and smoked bacon.  Flavors of boysenberry and tart strawberry grace the palate, followed by hints of black tea and lemon zest.  The finish is lengthened by wonderful acidity and soft, but firm tannins.  This Southwestern site again shows its ability to produce wines that are a contradiction: soft, sweet aromatics balanced by a firm, structured core. Drink now or cellar for 5-10 years.

2012 Patton Valley West Block Pinot Noir$50

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409 cases produced

The contrast between our 10-Acre and West Block Pinot noirs exemplifies how slight geographical differences can have significant influences on the flavor profile of a wine.  Our West Block is situated on the southwestern slope of our estate.  The block, unlike the rest of the vineyard, receives full sun in the hotter afternoon hours, which expedites the speed of ripening, creating bigger tannins and darker fruit characters in teh wine.

The 2012 Patton Valley West Block Pinot Noir is a wine that will warm you up as we emerge from a wet Oregon winter!  In the nose, hints of apple wood smoke, rose petals, and berry pie are balanced by notes of toasted marshmallow, graham cracker, and cacao.  Upon entry, the palate is a symphony of blueberry, ripe cherry, and hints of chestnut.  The West Block demonstrates its sense of place with big, structured tannins that broaden the mouthfeel and accentuate the fruit.  Ample late summer sun gives this wine saturated structure that lends itself to long term ageability.  Though enjoyable now, this wine is in its infancy.  Decant to drink now, or, if you have the patience, stow it away for 7-12+ years.

2011 Patton Valley Lorna-Marie Pinot Noir$70

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115 cases produced

Each year since 2002 we have crafted a reserve wine intended to exemplify the best the vintage has to offer.  Selected from a handful of barrels that are deemed to be the very finest in the cellar, we designate the wine “Lorna-Marie” in honor of the mothers of Monte and Sherie Pitt –two of the owners of Patton Valley Vineyard.

Our 2011 Lorna-Marie Pinot Noir appears to laugh at the cool, wet growing season that gave this wine its start.  Unlike many of its 2011 counterparts, this barrel selection has the structure and fruit of a much warmer vintage.  Leading with boysenberry, cigar-box, smoke, rose petals, and plum, the nose is as rich and concentrated as you would expect from this classic blend.  The dark aromatics in the nose are overtaken by mouthwatering, bright flavors of Bing cherry and zesty lemon.  The back of the palate is textured by bright acidity and soft tannins that push out the long and lingering finish.  Drink now or cellar for 10-12 years.

2012 Patton Valley Lorna-Marie Pinot Noir$70

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196 cases produced; 94 points in Wine Spectator

While every vintage has unique qualities and advantages, 2012 was a particularly lavish year for wines in the Willamette Valley.  Even amid an abundance of spectacular fruit there is always a portion that rises to the top, standing as the quintessential expression of Pinot noir from our estate.  These are the barrels we select to be blended as our reserve wine, the Lorna-Marie, named after the mothers of two of our owners, Sherie and Monte Pitt.

The 2012 Patton Valley Lorna-Marie Pinot Noir is, in a word: robust.  This wine is always the pinnacle of complexity, structure, and ageability from our portfolio, and in this particular bottling this characteristics are bolstered by a small percentage of whole-cluster fermentation.  Up front, the wine is brimming with savory aromas of rye, caraway, and candied yams.  These esculent flavors are softened by sweeter notes of almond, orange rind, licorice, and sassafras, providing wonderful balance and range to the nose.  Moving to the palate this wine evokes flavors of black cherry, dried flowers, pluots, boysenberry, and cinnamon.  The finish is racy and commands attention with hints of smoked paprika, menthol, and sweet cigar box.  Drink now, or cellar 7-10 years.


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