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2011 Trout Lily Ranch Pinot Noir Willamette Valley "Chehalem Mountains" Oregon
SRP: $50 Bottle / $600 case of 12
1-27 Cases Landed Profit Margin: 30.31%
28+ Cases Landed Profit Margin: 33.98%
FOB Profit Margin: 42.50%
Native Oregonians Carol and Peter Adams planted their vineyard on the south side of Chehalem Mountains in 1976, one of the first in the region. Five years later, in 1981, the couple picked the grapes for their first bottling of pinot noir and chardonnay. The same year, production of the wine moved to a small building in the industrial area of northwest Portland. Eventually sauvignon blanc was added to the repertoire, with grapes purchased from the Croft vineyard in Dallas, Oregon. In 1995, the winery sold to Paul Hart and Jan Jacobson of Rex Hill. For the next ten years, the Adams leased their vineyard to Rex Hill, at which time they began working with vineyard manager Stirling Fox. The year 2008, marked their return to wine production with a new name and a new label, Trout Lily Ranch. The name originated from the flowers that grow wild at the vineyard. Carol and Peter hired Kelly Kidneigh, friend and neighbor, as their wine maker. Wine production currently takes places at Keeler Estates in Amity, Oregon. Carol is an artist; her creative career includes cooking at the Genoa, writing a popular food column for a Portland newspaper, and making wine at their Portland winery. She enjoys working in her studio and caring for her grandchildren. Peter is in the construction business and oversees the vineyard, in his free time he pursues his love of flying.
Varietal: Pinot Noir
Region/AVA: Willamette Valley "Chehalem Mountains"
Annual Production: 250
Country Of Origin: United States
Bottle Size: 750
Bottles Per Case: 12
Closure Type: Cork and foil