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Adelsheim Vineyard

16800 NE Calkins Lane, 97132 Newberg, OR
United States of America

Telephone +1 503 538-3652
dadelsheim@adelsheimvineyard.com

This company is co-exhibitor of
Oregon Wine Board

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ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 9): stand D06

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ProWein 2017 fairground map: Hall 9

Our products

Product category: Oregon

2014 Caitlin's Reserve Chardonnay - 92 pts. + Editor's Choice, Wine Enthusiast

This vibrant, skillfully balanced Chardonnay shows aromas of star fruit on the nose, followed by hints of lemon curd and green fig on the palate. It will pair wonderfully with rich seafood and pasta dishes.

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Product category: Oregon

2014 Breaking Ground Pinot noir -92 pts. + Year's Best US Pinot noir, Wine & Spirits, 91 pts. Wine Enthusiast, 91 pts. Wine Spectator, 91 pts. Vinous

Our first new wine release since 2005, our 2014 Chehalem Mountains Pinot noir, Breaking Ground, celebrates Adelsheim’s pioneering spirit, deep roots in the Oregon wine community, and a keen understanding of the growing area’s unique characteristics.

This Pinot noir is wine made entirely from LIVE-certified, Chehalem Mountains grown fruit: 88% from our estate vineyards and 12% from long-standing grower partners. It contains fruit from all three major soil types found in the Chehalem Mountains: Marine Sedimentary, Volcanic Basalt and Windblown Loess.

Breaking Ground offers aromas of roasted spices, black raspberries, lilacs, dark loam, and bramble. Flavor follows with notes of cocoa nibs, toasted anise seed and black cherry. Textures are rich and silky, with supple acidity. This wine has a lingering finish.

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Product category: Oregon

2013 Elizabeth's Reserve Pinot noir - 92 pts. JameSuckling.com, 92 pts. Wine Enthusiast, 91 pts. Wine Advocate, 91 pts. + Year's Best US Pinot noir, Wine & Spirits

The name “Elizabeth’s Reserve” was first used in 1986 to designate the blend of our best barrels of Pinot noir. From 1987 until 1999 it designated a single vineyard wine, but in 2000 returned to a “best of winery” reserve - the best barrels from our best lots. With many wonderful lots representing different soil types, clones, site climates, fermenter sizes, and barrel characteristics, winemaker Dave Paige pulls together those that best create a reserve level wine, one that truly reflects the vintage and character of our corner of the Willamette Valley.

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Product category: Oregon

2013 Ribbon Springs Pinot noir - 93 pts. + Cellar Selection, Wine Enthusiast

Purchased by Adelsheim Vineyard co-owners Jack and Lynn Loacker in 1995, Ribbon Springs is now our largest estate vineyard providing delicate and elegant Pinot noirs. The Pinot noirs from this site feature pretty red fruits supported by a plush, smooth mouthfeel.

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Product category: Oregon

2013 Byran Creek Pinot noir - 93 pts. Wine Enthusiast, 92 pts. Wine Advocate

Cocoa and cedar aromas give way to cassis liqueur on the palate and lush, silky tannins. A favorite for cellar potential, this wine promises enhanced complexity over the years.

Bryan Creek Vineyard is situated high on the southern slopes of the Chehalem Mountains AVA (American Viticultural Area), on basaltic-origin, clay-loam soils that store enough moisture to get the grapevines through our annual summer drought. The 700+ foot elevation approaches the upper limits of where we like to plant, but the direct southern exposure provides some compensation. The grapes ripen later than at most of our other sites, but this long “hang-time” can lead to incredible complexity and intensity of flavor. This wine comes from Blocks 3, 4, 5 and 12, all planted to own-rooted clone UCD 5 (Pommard) in 1989.

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About us

Company details

As one of Oregon’s founding wineries, our history is long and varied. From planting the first vineyard in the early 1970’s to farming 237 acres in the north Willamette Valley today, a great deal of learning, experimentation and collaboration has contributed to our company’s and our region’s success.

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