Lines on the Vines

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Torio Vineyard growth and new tenant

We must cultivate our own garden… Voltaire, Candide Lines on the Vines | Spring 2020 Season Already June 1st! Where did the spring go? Despite the situation worldwide with the Corona-virus, which meant for us that our schedule of wine tasting events was cancelled, the grape vines continue to grow and need tending and we have maintained a strong focus … Read More

Three Feathers 3rd annual Memorial Day Wine Tasting Open House

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Three Feathers 3rd Annual Memorial Day Wine Tasting Event - Invitation Only - will be held on May 24 from 11 am to 5 pm.

Our 3rd annual Memorial Day Wine Tasting Open House | Invitation only Sunday, May 24, 2020 from 11 am to 5 pm | Tasting fee $15 This year we will be tasting three vintages of our Pinot Noir from 2016 to 2018. The 2018 Cuvée Virginia, a blend of our two Chehalem Mountains sites, will be featured for the first … Read More

Harvest Lore 2019

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Harvesting 2019 Pinot Gris clone at Three Feathers Estate.  Harvesting our 2019 grapes, Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris.

September 2019 | In the Vineyard September is an anxious time for Vineyard owners.  We all are hoping for optimum harvest conditions; perfectly ripened fruit, warm dry autumn days and a crew that is ready to pick when we are – an ideal harvest scenario. This year Three Feathers Vineyard looked pretty good; disease-free, unlike other vineyards in the valley … Read More

The start of our 2019 Vintage

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Buds on vines in Three Feathers Vineyard during growing season 2019.

Off to the Races! Our Pinot Noir grapes are popping out of their buds ten days after showing a “baby bump” on April 15.  This is called Bud Break and is the start of a grape’s annual growth cycle in the spring. Vineyard owners use bud break to calculate the harvesting date; the average number of days from bud break … Read More

Three Feathers Market

Our Wines Recent genetic studies of grape varieties has identified Pinot Noir as one of the oldest grapes in the world. A small cluster variety, Pinot Noir has a reputation for being a finicky grape. It prefers cool nights and warm days. The wine is light in color and flavor and on the dry side compared to some other Red … Read More