At our core we are a Pinot Noir house. Intuitive, modern winemaking affords rare generosity of character and approachability, while gilded terroir offers stark minerality, filigree acid and balance. From Savigny-lès-Beaune to Eola-Amity Hills, these Pinots are candid in their simplicity, avoiding excesses to speak of their origins with clarity. Interweaving numerous prestigious sites, often just a handful of rows, and employing whole berry ferments to extract color and depth without excessive phenolics, our winemakers are able to craft pure, unequivocal, and most importantly delicious Pinot Noir.
This is a delicate and fragrant style of Pinot with distinct characters of red apple, cranberry, nutmeg, and earth notes. The judicious use of oak works to this wine’s advantage by imparting a nice mouthfeel against the generous, supple palate. More >
Sourced from the organically farmed Tosq Vineyard and vinified by the famed winemaking team at Giant Steps. This is a delicate and fragrant Pinot with distinct notes of bright red fruits and toasted oak that impart a nice mouthfeel against the generous palate through a long finish. More >
An open, straight shot from Maison l'Envoyé. Handpicked, unadulterated Pinot Noir from pristine vineyard blocks across Willamette Valley. Sorted by single berry in the winery and naturally fermented before given a kiss of oak for texture and balance. Made to drink, not analyze. More >
This wine is an overview of the best grapes in Willamette Valley. Exploring the harmony that makes wine so pleasurable, Two Messengers draws from multiple sites and their various personalities. It expresses fresh red cherries scented with floral and forest floor notes. More >
A barrel selection of the finest Pinot Noir lots. This wine voices Willamette terroir at its purest, across a variety of vineyard blocks and sub-AVAs. A long, focused core of blue fruits and alluring spice dances across the palate. More >
Comprising several village wines plus a component of 1er Cru Savigny ‘les Marconnets’. Fresh, raspberry aromas and baking spices lead, followed by crunchy red fruits, silky grape tannins and a nervy, acid backbone. Begs for charcuterie. More >
This wine displays the dichotomy of Savigny with an elegant fruit profile contrasted by savage notes. Petite, red berries share the palate with forest floor and roasted meats, sewn together by a taut mineral core and fine oak tannins. In a word: silky. More >