The Corridor

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 The Van Duzer Corridor is a gap in Oregon’s coastal mountains. As heat rises in the valley a vacuum effect is created carrying cooling Pacific Ocean winds through our vineyards. During the spring and summer months you can feel the coastal breezes increase each afternoon. Our unique geography creates optimal conditions to make some of the most compelling wines in the Willamette Valley and beyond.
Bottle of 2015 The Corridor wine

2015 THE CORRIDOR EOLA-AMITY HILLS AVA PINOT NOIR

A nod to Oregon’s Van Duzer Corridor. Enigmatic. Pomegranate, bergamot and dusty raspberry. The palate is bright with yellow raspberry and great tension lingering for a long baking spice finish. Aged 16 months in extra tight grain French oak puncheons and demi-muid.


Bottle of 2017 The Corridor wine

2019 THE CORRIDOR EOLA-AMITY HILLS AVA PINOT NOIR

93 points, James Suckling

The balance of sweet and savory elements in this wine is precise and perfectly integrated. The smells of late summer- dried strawberry, blackberry, straw, and bay leaf- are tempered by notes of black tea, cinnamon, and clove. The flavors on the palate are just as intriguing and are fortified by a dense fruit core held together with a powdery tannin structure and fine-tuned acidity. Notes of dried rose petal, pine, and cranberry lend the wine a perfumed character while oregano and black cherry center it and maintain the tension that makes this wine so intriguing.

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