Meet LucidWild Estate

LucidWild Estate is a family-owned winery located on a 32-acre estate with 25-year-old vines nestled in the heart of Oregon’s Dundee Hills. LucidWild produces small-lot, premium, single-vineyard Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays.

Their deep commitment to environmental sustainability is underscored by certification under the LIVE (Low Input Viticulture & Enology), Bee Friendly and Salmon Safe programs. Notably, LucidWild is a committed member of the Deep Roots Coalition and practices 100% dry-farming, a choice driven by the desire to promote ecological harmony, conserve resources, and encourage a robust deep-rooted vine system. The result is an estate vineyard that produces smaller berries, lower yields, and fosters a higher skin-to-juice ratio. This meticulous cultivation process yields grapes brimming with flavor and setting the stage for premium wines that are both naturally well-balanced, deeply flavorful, and reflecting an authentic expression of the single-vineyard estate.

Guided by their motto “Putting the Land Before the Hand,” LucidWild adheres to a patient and traditional winemaking philosophy. The winemaker, Isabelle Meunier, whose experience spans Burgundy and New Zealand, expertly employs traditional Burgundy winemaking methods. Natural and native yeast fermentation and extended aging in French oak barrels forge limited-production wines that resonate with a true reflection of the estate vineyard.

LucidWild’s Pinot Noir and Chardonnay 2021 wines will be released exclusively to wine club members in the Fall of 2023 and are showcased on their website at

In the Fall of 2024, LucidWild will open its SkyTerrace + WineCaves which will span over 14,000 square feet and will overlook the estate vineyard, Coastal Mountain Range and the Dundee Hills. LucidWild’s SkyTerrace + WineCaves will include comfortable tasting lounges, terraces, wine caves, entertainment game room, and a bocce ball court for a premium and interactive wine tasting experience for its club members and visitors.

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