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April 2019 Beacon Wine Club Selections

Mixed Club Selections

2015 Reserve Pinot Noir

Retail price $32
Club Member price $25.60

Limited Quantites

Five Vineyards located in the heart of the Willamette Valley: Woodhall, Mary’s Peak. Thomson, Bovine & Deer Haven Vineyards. Most of the vineyards are over 15 years old and all dry farmed. Soil types are mostly Alluvial Soil (a fine-grained fertile soil deposited by water flowing over flood plains) and Bellpine series(consists of moderately deep, well drained soils that formed in colluvium and residuum derived from sedimentary rocks). Pinot Noir clones include: Pommard, Wädenswil,115, 777 and 667. The vineyards average about 2.25 tons per acre
Production: 148 cases

2016 Rosé of Pinot Noir

Retail price $16
Club Members price $12.80

New Release

80% of the Pinot Noir was whole cluster pressed to eliminate skin contact. 20% of the fruit was crushed with overnight skin contact then pressed. This small amount of skin contact extracts a small amount of color and tannin from the grapes. The wine was fermented in stainless steel tank under temperature control to retain fruit flavor.
Production: 200 cases


Red Club Selections

2016 Reserve Pinot Noir

Retail price $32
Club Member price $25.60

Rated 94 by Prince of Pinot, Rated 92 by James Suckling

All old vine fruit; 75% of the fruit was fermented in small 1.5 ton fermenters with the use of manual punch downs of the caps two times a day during fermentation. The other 25% of the fruit was fermented in a 3 ton open top wood fermenter with manual punch downs. After fermentation, each lot was aged in French oak barrels for over 12 months before being blended and bottled. Wines were bottled in Screwcap Closures to retain it great fruit flavors and aromas.
Production: 74 cases

2015 Reserve Pinot Noir

Retail price $32
Club Member price $25.60

Limited Quantities

Five Vineyards located in the heart of the Willamette Valley: Woodhall, Mary’s Peak. Thomson, Bovine & Deer Haven Vineyards. Most of the vineyards are over 15 years old and all dry farmed. Soil types are mostly Alluvial Soil (a fine-grained fertile soil deposited by water flowing over flood plains) and Bellpine series(consists of moderately deep, well drained soils that formed in colluvium and residuum derived from sedimentary rocks). Pinot Noir clones include: Pommard, Wädenswil,115, 777 and 667. The vineyards average about 2.25 tons per acre
Production: 148 cases


White Club Selections

2016 Riesling

Retail price $18
Club Members price $14.40

Bergamot orange nose and a crisp bright mouth feel with nice acidity. A creamy lemon chiffon finish. Off – dry Riesling from Equinox Vineyard lies on a steep, southwest-facing hillside in the Crow Valley due west of Eugene. Underlain by deep, red Bellpine soils, this site is high and cool. Similar to the last two vintages, the 2016 growing season continued to push the envelope for defining the new normal in Oregon as one of the earliest on record. The fruit produced resulted in wonderful concentration and complexity with characteristic natural acidity.
Production: 201 cases

2016 Rosé of Pinot Noir

Retail price $16
Club Members price $12.80

New Release

80% of the Pinot Noir was whole cluster pressed to eliminate skin contact. 20% of the fruit was crushed with overnight skin contact then pressed. This small amount of skin contact extracts a small amount of color and tannin from the grapes. The wine was fermented in stainless steel tank under temperature control to retain fruit flavor.
Production: 200 cases

Winter tasting room hours are Friday – Sunday Noon-5 pm. Please pick up your wine during tasting room hours.

2015 Reserve Pinot Noir

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