Tendril Cellars

130 West Monroe Street Carlton Oregon 97111 US

Information

Winemaker Tasting Notes

Aromas of ripe raspberry, dark cherry, pipe tobacco, orange pekoe tea, and ripe plum. The palate is full and round with flavors of black raspberry, caramel, vanilla, dark plum, and candy cane beets with a long velvety finish.

Wine Data

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

    Sub-appelation Composition
    • 90% Yamhill-Carlton
    • 10% Eola-Amity Hills
Aging and Cooperage
18 months in French oak barrels; 40% new
Bottled
April 2018
Cases Produced
248

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, 3-12 years from vintage date is ideal for Extrovert. Serve at 58-62F.

Pairings

Veal osso buco, pork fried rice or vegetarian lasagna.

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 a 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.

We’re happy to hear that you’re interested in purchasing our wine. We ship to adults in most U.S. states. Please select a wine to add it to your cart.

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

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We don’t like policies as much as the next person— a handshake is bond enough in many cases. But this makes our lawyer happy because it keeps us in business, focused on the business of making wine.

No on-site tastings Nov. 18 – Dec. 2

Following Governor Brown’s directive, Tendril is unable to offer on-site tastings until Dec 3.

— Tony and the Tendril gang