A unique collection of Dundee Hills Pinot Noir
Oregon’s finest pinot noir.
One exclusive collection.
24 Collector’s Edition Sets
A master’s class in terroir and winemaking style awaits you…
Each year, the Dundee Hills Winegrowers’ Association offers a limited edition collection of 24 bottles of Pinot Noir, hand-selected by 24 acclaimed Dundee Hills wineries, each showcasing the distinctive quality of each winery within a single vintage.
This year we are proud to present the 2021 Dundee Hills Vintage Collection – a beautiful and a unique gift for any collector, enthusiast, or oenophile.
The 2021 wines are excellent with high concentration, fresh acidity, and moderate alcohol levels. They are structured, well-balanced wines with great integration. Possessing classic Dundee Hills red fruit, great flavor density , red and brown spice notes, with wonderful clarity, this vintage is both approachable now and age-worthy for many years to come. It is a vintage that allows winemaking styles to shine, revealing variation & individual wine characteristics.
24 Collector’s Edition Sets
$1649.00 (plus applicable tax and shipping)
Click the + for tasting notes and details on the wine selected by each winery.
Alexana Estate Vineyard & Winery
2021 Revana Vineyard Estate Pinot Noir
The Alexana Estate Pinot Noir expresses the entire Estate’s dramatically diverse terroir, which includes 18 different soil types. This unique expression of Oregon Pinot Noir comes from one of the Willamette Valley’s most respected vineyards and contains notes of pine duff, acai, blueberry and spun sugar on the nose and black cherry with a dusty finish and firm tannins on the palate.
Anderson Family Vineyard
2021 Dundee Hills Estate Pinot noir
Classic, rich, loaded with spice and earthy minerals. Plum, cinnamon, meat and cola-tinged briar wrapped in lush layers.
Archery Summit Winery
2021 Arcus Vineyard Pinot Noir
The Arcus Pinot Noir is a rewarding wine to produce, made from fruit grown on some of the steepest slopes in the Dundee Hills. The nose leads with rich, dark cherries and ripe plum, followed by notes of green tea, eucalyptus and basaltic chalk. The palate is robust, showing berries, white pepper, strawberry rhubarb and a subtle, integrated stem-y note thanks to a small percentage of whole cluster fermentation. Offering tremendous length, this wine is floral and fruit-driven, speckled here and there with pleasant hints of spice.
2021 Spirithouse Pinot Noir
Composed and harmonious – a tricky combination to achieve in winemaking, yet perfectly represented in the Spirithouse Pinot Noir. While this wine typically leans red or black fruit, this year it balances between the two, adding in the aromatics of pink flowers and pomegranates and wraps up with silky tannins and rich mouthfeel.
2021 Ayoub Pinot Noir
Perfumy and seductive nose with wild strawberry, red sherry, orange blossom and nutmeg. Satiny and complex on the palate, with generous bright red cherry, raspberry, savory notes and lots of tension. This wine is silky with a sophisticated focus. This is a beautiful wine, another great expression of the Estate vineyard, that needs time to reveal its full beauty. Best from 2023 to 2033. Alcohol: 13.5%, PH: 3.54, Production 350 cases.
2021 Sofias Block Pinot Noir
100% Dijon 667 pinot noir clones. Sofia’s favorite clone from her namesake block. Delicate and elegant, velvety, earthy in the palate. Beautiful bright color and with a lingering savory finish. Will age wisely. 13% whole cluster.
De Ponte Cellars
2021 De Ponte Cellars Estate Pinot Noir
2021 De Ponte Cellars “Estate” Pinot noir/252 cases produced/15 months in 50% new oak and 50% neutral. Beautiful garnet color in the glass. Intoxicating scents of marionberry jam, spice and dark rose petal. The wine is soft and silky on the palate with dark berry fruits and toffee accentuated with spice, and soft silky tannins.
Dobbes Family Estate
2021 Dundee Hills Cuvée Pinot Noir
COLOR: Medium Ruby, AROMA: Sandalwood, charred orange, grape jelly, incense, briar, PALATE: Very savory, with the kind of brambly rustic structure that gives great wines energy. This wine is soft with chalky tannins, and a bright acid profile. FLAVOR: Tobacco, cherry, orange pith, black cherry, bay leaf, AGING: Aged in 20% New French Oak for 12 months, PAIRINGS: Kale salad with Lemon Vinaigrette, Roasted Turkey, Baked Apple Crisp.
Domaine Drouhin Oregon
2021 Domaine Drouhin Oregon Pinot Noir Laurène
The 2021 Pinot Noir Laurène upholds the cuvée’s 30-year tradition of excellence, elegance, expressiveness, and ageability. The energetic nose reveals notes of baked Rainier cherry and candied orange peel, with subtle sage and wild herb undertones. Blueberry notes intertwine with baking spice and anise on the palate, offering a complex and layered experience. In your glass or your cellar, the 2021 Laurène is a pure reflection of vintage, place and people.
Domaine Roy & fils
2021 Domaine Roy & Fils, Incline Pinot Noir
The 2021 Dundee Hills Incline Pinot Noir opens with spirit, showing bright raspberry, blueberry, and baking spices reminiscent of holiday festivities. Supple red fruit and bright, lively acidity carry a great energy through the core of the wine. The palate is approachable yet refined, an earlier drinker that will continue to age well for 8-10 years.
2021 Bernau Estate Pinot Noir
The Dundee Hills single vineyard designate presents scarlet hues. Fruit notes and barrel toast intrigue the nose, moving from cherry cola to black tea and anise. Abundant aromatics of boysenberry and cherry mirror red fruit flavors on the palate. Bright flavors of the Pinot Noir grapes are offset with barrel toast of cedar and vanilla. Food pairings: Enjoy with a roasted beet salad with goat cheese, garlic pork medallions, braised chicken with morels and polenta, mushroom risotto and medium cheeses.
2021 Olivia Grace Pinot Noir
The entrance to the 2021 Olivia Grace Pinot noir is intricate and diverse. The mid palate is full of texture and layers of fruit, spices, herbs and barrel components. The finish to the wine is perfectly framed with gorgeous acidity and integrated stem, barrel and skin tannins.
2021 Élevée Vineyard Pinot Noir
This wine reveals a captivating perfume of raspberries, cherries, keemun black tea, & powdered lilacs, with hints of baking spices & cola, around a mineral core. This is a medium to full body wine, with lively acidity, & broad, fine, silky texture. The long finish lingers with a chorus of raspberries, fading violet petals, & Dundee dust.
2021 Knight’s Gambit Pinot Noir
This wine encapsulates everything we love about the Dundee Hills – unabashed red cherry and currant flavors, generous palate weight and silky texture, and a seamless almost-too-drinkable finish. Complex notes of thyme, nutmeg, and cocoa add to the loveliness and length of this wine.
Holloran Vineyard Wines
2021 Holloran Pinot Noir Dundee Hills
Spicy red cherry with cinnamon greets the nose, with earthy notes typical of Jory based sites in the Dundee Hills. The palate is elegant and shows dusty cherry notes. The finish is quite focused and persistent and includes plenty of crisp acidity. Enjoy this lovely wine with Roasted Chicken with Tarragon Jus. Drink 2024 – 2032, decanting recommended in early years.
2021 Family Series Pinot Noir
This youthful Pinot noir is an estate blend showcasing the overall style of the 2021 vintage. A warm growing season provided lovely robust fruit and spice as well as savory notes to aid in long-term aging. Aromas of red cherry, chocolate, cherry cola and clove open up in the glass and grace the palate with structured flavors of blackberry, tobacco, black pepper and blackcurrant. The supple tannins and gripping acidity offer a complex and long finish with subtle hints of violet and toast. Drink now after 1-2 hours of decanting, or age for 7-10 years.
Lange Estate Winery
2021 Lange Estate Vineyards Pinot Noir
Our 2021 Estate Pinot Noir displays an exuberant nose of strawberry and black raspberry interlaced with lavender, crushed stone, cardamom, and bergamot. It’s a seamless wine, with gathering energy on the palate that gives rise to a core of blue and black fruit along with a lively flourish of minerality and sweet tobacco on the finish.
2021 Jaguar Reserve Pinot Noir
Jaguar represents the pinnacle of the Native Flora Pinot production. A clonal-driven barrel selection, anchored by 828 and Wadenswil, this pinot shows great depth, power and structure. When we first personified this wine with the name Jaguar, it was to describe a dark, stealthy, muscular kitty of a wine. It has become a very apt analogy for describing the wine on a year-to-year basis. The 2021 Jaguar has the silkiest, lustrous black coat you’ve ever seen. The best analogy for this Jaguar is the alpha male of a lion pride. He is the king of beasts (Jaguars in this case) with flowing mane, regal countenance – let the lionesses hunt for him – he is going to sit on his throne and simply look stellar. Aromatics lean towards rose petal, and cherry liquor – almost a Kirschwasser. The palate is dense velvet cerise, with great viscosity and structure. The tannins are super plentiful but never clunky – the finish coats your mouth in powdered sugar-like texture. Cellar up to 15+ years.
2021 Estate Pinot Noir
The wine begins with rich aromas of black fruits, smoke and Bing cherry. In the mouth those fruits are supported by a broad streak of roasted espresso beans, along with well-balanced notes of earth, herb and leaf. A hint of baking spice sneaks through the finish.
2021 Découverte Vineyard Pinot Noir
This wine has a bright color and elegant fragrance of wild strawberry, raspberry, rose, lavender, licorice, nutmeg and noble wood. The palate is especially delicate and supple, with expressive fruity and floral aromas, balanced by a volcanic energy.
Sokol Blosser Winery
2021 Big Tree Block Estate Pinot Noir
Our 2021 Big Tree Block Pinot Noir has fresh pomegranate, dark cherry, and a slight floral presence on the nose. On the palate, pomegranate and dark cherry continue with rhubarb coming to the forefront followed by a lovely long finish.
Stoller Family Estate
2021 Stoller Family Estate Pinot Noir
This wine highlights how well this site can balance ripeness and acidity, even in the warmest of vintages. It opens with a tangle of red and blue fruits, showcasing beautiful notes of dark cranberry and dried cherry. The palate is dense with pomegranate and spiced berry that is then supported by a rich silky tannin. The finish of the wine lifts and then tapers elegantly into flavors of baking spice and blueberry crumble. Drink now through 2035
Winderlea Vineyard and Winery
2021 Winderlea Vineyard Pinot Noir
2021 Winderlea Vineyard Pinot noir, Broad and energized, this wine sends flavors of mulled rhubarb, strawberry jam, red peony and cherries jubilee swirling from the glass. Huckleberry and lightly toasted pine nut comes through with herbaceous notes of tarragon and fennel on its heels. The palate has weight yet is backed by a nervy acidity, leading to an elongated finish.
Winter's Hill Estate
2021 Winters Hill Pinot Noir Block 10
Pommard clone Pinot Noir. Deep Boysenberry color. Nose with tangerine and white flower blossoms. Fresh ripe berries build a plush mid-palate. Finishes with plump, juicy acidity. Very approachable now.
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2019 – SOLD OUT
The fruit vibrancy of the 2019 wines is nearly electric, full of energy and displaying lively acidity across the board. The 2019 wines beautifully marry the age-old dichotomy of Old-World versus New. Fans of Old-World qualities like lower alcohol and earthy, rustic characteristics will be drawn to these wines; while. conversely, New World enthusiasts will love the freshness, invigorating fruit flavors and juicy acidity. Furthermore, the prevalent spice notes—a signature Dundee Hills trait— are not overwhelmed by high alcohol or overly ripe fruit characteristics. They demonstrate the purity and restraint so many have come to associate with the Dundee Hills, especially in cooler years.
2018 – SOLD OUT
The 2018 collection offers wines that are layered with ripe fruit, hold racy acid tension, and display beautiful, deep structure. It is a collection that will age gracefully for many years to come. These exceptional wines are good now, but will only improve with time, revealing more complexity and texture when laid down to age in the cellar.
2017 – SOLD OUT
The 2017 collection offers a wine that is classically Oregon. 2017 resulted in a production of age-worthy Pinot Noirs possessing ample acidity and tannins, exhibiting savory, spice and fruit notes.
2016 – SOLD OUT
The 2016 wines are consistently well-structured, with great red fruit characteristics backed by the spice and earth that is synonymous with the Dundee Hills, these wines are vocal, layered and destined for greatness. The 2016’s offer something for everybody. Purists will appreciate the refined elegance. Fans of fruit forward style will love the deeply radiant makeup of the wines and Old-World enthusiasts will be drawn to the subtle savory qualities and well-integrated tannins.
2015 – SOLD OUT
2015 was a warm growing season, beginning with an early bud break and ending with an early harvest. Gorgeous dry yet cool days during harvest set the stage for copious amounts of high quality, impeccable fruit that translates into extraordinary wines of both power and finesse.
2014 – SOLD OUT
The 2014 Dundee Hills wines show impressive power, intensity and structure. The fruit is not overwhelming and the wines are well integrated. Characteristics of red fruits, dried floral, a touch of spice, minerality and elegant textures.
2013 – SOLD OUT
“The Pinots are very clean, with well-integrated tannins and tremendous finesse.”
“Food friendly wines with nice acidity, pleasant roundness and longevity.”
“Wines that show the site, with less opulent fruit giving way to earthy, smoky subtly spicy undercurrents.” (Dundee Hills Winemakers)
2012 – SOLD OUT
“The 2012s combine ripe flavors with Oregon’s natural penchant for transparency and elegance, exactly what happens in a typically cool climate when Mother Nature lavishes sun and warmth on a smaller-than-usual crop. The vintage stands as one of the best the state has ever produced.” (Harvey Steiman, Wine Spectator)