Tendril Cellars

130 West Monroe Street Carlton Oregon 97111 US


Winemaker Tasting Notes

This wine is like biting into ripe fruit – juicy huckleberry, boysenberry and cranberry. Soft tannins coat the palate, the nose is herbaceous and the finish is redolent of bing cherries.

Wine Data

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

    Sub-appelation Composition
    • 74% Yamhill-Carlton
    • 18% Willamette Valley
    • 8% Dundee Hills
Aging and Cooperage
11 months is once or twice filled French oak barrels
December 2018
Cases Produced


Child’s Play wines are made to be enjoyed upon release — straight forward, fruit focused and delicious, yet can be aged for a few years if you prefer (2-5 years from vintage date for our Pinot Noir). Serve at 58-62F


Roasted pork loin, grilled burgers and hot dogs, brie & crackers.

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 seated tasting experiences. These are in-depth experience for all your senses tasting a minimum of five to six wines.

We are pleased to offer seatings outside on our lawn (weather permitting), on our covered terrace around our fire pits, or inside our tasting room. Reservations are highly recommended, however we welcome walk-ins when possible.

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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