We just bottled our 2016 Pinot Noir!

Elise StimacWine making

Pinot noir bottles at Three Feathers Vineyards' Chehalem Mountains in Willamette Valley Oregon.

From Barrels to Bottles We are excited to announce that we just bottled our first vintage Three Feathers 2016 Pinot Noir!  Bottles and cases can be purchased exclusively at Three Feathers Market. It was a celebration “en famille” when Elise and her family visiting from France gathered with Christine at Lady Hill Winery to witness the bottling of our first … Read More

Stirred, not Shaken

Elise StimacWine making

Final comparative view of Three Feathers 2016 Pinot Noir before and after filtration in preparation of bottling on July 6.

Stirred, not Shaken: Clarification of our 2016 Three Feathers Pinot Noir We received a text message from Dan Duryee, our winemaker at Lady Hill Winery, to say that our Three Feathers 2016 vintage Pinot Noir would go through the filtration process that day. “Is there anything to photograph?”, Christine texted back. Up pops a photograph of a strange machine and … Read More

Birds of a Feather

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Close-up on the nose of a McDonnell Douglas VC-9C USA Air Force presidential airplane that served chief executives and their staffs from 1975 to 2005, Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum, McMinnville, Oregon.

Birds of a Feather flock together aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt Three Feathers and their children will be presenting our 2016 Pinot Noir at a dinner for members and guests of the Theodore Roosevelt Association at the Hilton in Mission Valley, San Diego on Sunday, June 18. Then, on June 19, we will be embarking on a day-long cruise aboard … Read More

God Speed The Plough

Elise StimacGrowing

The verse on this mug purchased by Virginia Roosevelt Armentrout just about sums up the entire philosophy expressed at Three Feathers Estate.

Let the Wealthy and Great Roll in Splendor and State, I envy them not, I declare it. I eat my own Lamb My own Chickens and Ham I shear my own Fleece and I wear it. I have Lawns, I have Bowers I have Fruits, I have Flowers The Lark is my morning alarmer, So Jolly Boys now Here’s God … Read More

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Barrel Tasting at Lady Hill Winery

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Barrel tasting custom crush 2016 Three Feathers Pinot Noir with Winemaker Dan Duryee at Lady Hill Winery, Saint Paul, Oregon, USA.

Barrel Tasting with our Winemaker Dan Duryee Our tasting compared the four barrels against each other. Winemakers do this to ensure that none of the barrels are bad or “off” tasting before they are blended. One of the barrels was noticeably different. The simplest explanation was that the barrel manufacturer was different from the other three. Interesting that that would … Read More