Corollary unveils plans to become Oregon’s first exclusively sparkling wine production estate

The new Eola-Amity site will break ground in the spring of 2023, with about 8 plantable hectares between 180 and 230 metres in elevation. In addition to the elevation, the property sits right in the path of the Van Duzer Corridor. The gap in the oregon Coast Range allows a flood of cool pacific air, which tempers the warm summer heat each afternoon – making the Willamette Valley as hospitable as it is for grapes like pinot Noir and chardonnay. The new Corollary estate vineyards will be planted to four traditional champagne varieties; pinot Noir, pinot Meunier, pinot Blanc and Voir l'article complet sur Decanter

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