Tendril Cellars

3500 Northwest Bridge Farmer Road Gaston Oregon 97119 US

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Winemaker Tasting Notes

The nose is dominated by complex aromas of blackberry, rosemary, Darjeeling tea, slight smoke and cardamom.  The palate is rich and persistent; showing layers of blackberry, raspberry cordial, allspice, green tea, black cherry, and cocoa powder on a sturdy frame of supple tannins.

Wine Data

Varietal Composition
  • 100% Pinot Noir
AVA
  • 100% Willamette Valley

    Sub-appelation Composition
    • 100% Yamhill-Carlton
Aging and Cooperage
17 months in French oak barrels; 100% new with 3-year air-dried staves
Cases Produced
73

Enjoy

Tendril wines are made “low and slow,” just like great food: we give them time to reach their full potential at the winery, aging 16 months minimum in barrel and 6-18 months more in bottle before release.  If you prefer aging, 3-15 years from vintage date is ideal for C-Note. Serve at 58-62F.

Pairings

grilled lamb with rosemary, compound butter filet, vegetable terrine

Our vision is “slow wine.” Everything we do is towards the best possible wines and it simply takes more time: continual interaction with vineyard, adaptive winemaking, separate small-lot fermentations, and longer aging. It is an process rather than a production, and not always successful.

We offer three different options for our wine club family, named for three of our wines: Extrovert, TightRope and C~Note.

Tendril Wine Cellars offers intimate tasting experiences by appointment only. Our seated tastings are always led by one of our winemakers— they are an in-depth experience for all your senses tasting at minimum six wines.

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We love visitors, although it’s always best to book ahead as our winemaker-led tastings require some preparation.

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