Why Moderate Consumption of Pinot Noir Could be Good for your Health

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Three Feathers Pinot Noir beautiful legs and view over Torio Vin

I’ll drink to that! | Resveratrol and Pinot Noir By Elise Prudhomme Resveratrol has been studied and touted as powerful antioxidant since the 1970s.  In the 1990s, when scientists tried to explain how the French were able to eat rich, fatty foods like foie gras without suffering high incidences of cardiovascular disease (“The French Paradox”), resveratrol-rich red wine was thought … Read More

Three Feathers at Taste of Temple 2020 | Thank you & Purchase Reminder

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Three Feathers pouring wine during the 2020 Taste of Temple with Congregation Beth Israel at Castaway in downtown Portland, Oregon.

Three Feathers at Taste of Temple 2020 | Thanks to All – Purchase Reminder Three Feathers was thrilled to participate in Taste of Temple 2020 in downtown Portland yesterday! We extend our Thanks to Congregation Beth Israel for inviting us to participate and to all of you who stopped by our table to taste. Attendees and ticket holders have until … Read More

Winter in the Vineyard

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Snow covered ground after pruning at Three Feathers 2019

Winter in the Vineyard | Starting the 2020 Season February is here once again and we are starting work on the 2020 Vineyard Season. The temperatures have been above freezing most of the winter. We have had moderate precipitation until January when rains came in earnest and temporarily flooded the area. I would say overall the rain is adequate to … Read More

Three Feathers 2018 Blanc de Noirs wins Silver!

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Three Feathers Blanc de Noirs 2018

Three Feathers Blanc de Noirs 2018, our first still white wine made from estate grown Pinot Noir grapes on Chehalem Mountains; Three Feathers Torio Vineyard, received a Silver Medal in this year’s McMinnville Wine & Food Classic! The 27th annual Mac Classic Wine Competition was held in McMinnville on January 11, 2020 and featured a panel of 16 industry judges … 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

Keeping up the Oregon wine producing tradition

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Early morning looking out over Torio Vineyard and Mount Saint Helens

Keeping up the Oregon wine producing tradition At Three Feathers, our goal is to perpetuate the Oregon tradition of locally owned and operated vineyards and handcrafted wines for which our region Internationally known. The success of Oregon Pinot Noir has made us the envy of many other larger wine producing regions who are now trying to muscle in, buying thousands … Read More

Celebrating the Circle of Vineyard Life | Holiday Baked Brie

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Season's Greetings 2018 from Three Feathers Estate & Vineyard.  Celebrating the New Year 2019 with a decorative table and Three Feathers Pinot Noir.

Celebrating the Circle of Vineyard Life What an eventful year it has been! Starting with a few weeks of planning in January we pruned vines the first week of February.  In March and April we prepped the soil and the aisles and started preventative spraying. The vines broke their dormancy the first week of May and after that it was … Read More

Bringing in the 2018 Harvest

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Christine Stimac with 2018 harvested grapes from Three Feathers Estate & Vineyard, Willamette Valley AVA, Chehalem Mountain, Oregon.

Bringing in the 2018 Harvest Choosing the best moment to harvest grapes is a delicate matter. We spent three weeks in the vineyard, three hours a day, trimming leaves away from the fruit and thinning clusters that seem to be lagging behind. We checked the sugar content (Brix) every few days to see if the fruit was at the perfect … Read More

2017 Three Feathers Wines are Here!

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Three Feathers Pinot Noir 2017 vintage

Presenting our 2017 Three Feathers Wines! We are pleased to announce that our much anticipated 2017 wines have been Bottled and will Ship starting September 15. 2017 Three Feathers Pinot Noir We continue to perfect our small-lot single-clone Pinot Noir from the Dijon Clone 667 grapes grown in Block One of Three Feathers Vineyard.  The complexity of this vintage is … Read More