Three Feathers Reserve 667 Pinot Noir 2018

Three Feathers Reserve 667 Pinot Noir 2018$55.00 – $600.00 The Best of the Best, three premium barrels from Block 1 Pinot Noir Clone 667 were aged for 18 months in neutral French oak. The longer time in the barrel intensified the flavors and colors. Peppery, with deep cherry and berry flavors, this limited edition Pinot Noir sets a new standard … Read More

Mixed Case of Three Feathers Red and White Wines

Mixed Wine Case – Any 12 Bottles$28.00 – $32.00 Build your own case of wine and get a 12.5% discount. Mix and match any 12 bottles from the wines below. Three Feathers Cuvée Virginia Pinot Noir 2018 quantity Three Feathers Cuvée Virginia Pinot Noir 2018$32.00 Three Feathers Blanc de Noirs 2018 quantity Three Feathers Blanc de Noirs 2018$28.00 Three Feathers … Read More

Find Our Wines

Events Calendar Taste & Buy our Wines by Appointment If you are visiting Oregon or live in our area, you can taste and purchase our wines by private tasting appointment. Please contact Sandra or Christine to schedule a visit. Our regular tasting fee is $15 per flight and is refundable with your purchase, or by joining our wine club : … Read More

Wine Club

Three Feathers Flight Club In the heart of the Chehalem Mountains, at the Northern end of The Willamette Valley, Three Feathers high-elevation vineyards are part of Oregon’s most recognized appellation of cool climate wines. Our 155-acre Estate comprises rolling hills from 700 – 1000 ft in elevation which form a natural heat sink, sheltered from winds and capturing summer warmth … Read More

Three Feathers Blanc de Noirs 2018

Three Feathers Blanc de Noirs 2018$28.00 – $294.00 Blanc de Noirs, literally White from Black, is a French term for white wine made from red or purple grapes. Our Blanc de Noirs is a still white wine that furthers our exploration of wines made from Pinot Noir. Pale pink in color with amber highlights, this wine’s fruity nose reveals a … Read More

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow

Elise StimacVineyard

Overview of snow-covered Torio Vineyard on Chehalem Mountain, Willamette Valley, Oregon.

Winter arrives, finally We’ve been experiencing a mild winter this year with temperatures rarely below freezing and despite the weather reports, rainfall seemed pretty normal. We were all beginning to think that we would not be getting any cold weather and many vineyards, including ours, chose to prune vines a little earlier than normal. Last week, however, temperatures took a … Read More