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Oregon Brand Management

Oregon Portfolio

 Below you’ll find a a brief description of each of the Oregon wineries that we represent.  To read their full-story, please visit their websites.


Beaux Freres

Winemaker and vineyard manager Michael Etzel farms 34 acres of
estate Pinot Noir. Etzel is a leader in quality each vintage and is
passionate about biodynamic and organic style farming, and uses
impeccable standards to produce exceptional wines. Owners: Michael
Etzel, Robert M. Parker Jr., Robert Roy.
  Lady Hill

With Northwest roots going back five generations, family-owned Lady
Hill Winery makes hand-crafted wines from grapes grown only at the
region’s finest vineyards and by the most experienced winegrowers—no
matter where they are in the Northwest. Wine grapes, after all, know no
borders. Carefully fashioned with a love for the region, respect for the
heritage of the land, and a commitment to preserve it for future
generations, Lady Hill wines express the authentic spirit of the True
Black Cap
In 2002, 2nd-generation winemaker Jason Lett launched a solo
effort, introducing his own individualistic interpretation of Oregon
Pinot noir and later Chardonnay. With a production of less than 350
cases per year, Lett continues to source his fruit from dry-farmed,
older vines from around the Northern Willamette Valley. His wines
emphasize a velvety structure and generous finishes. At the same time,
they pay homage to his family’s Eyrie Vineyards style by being built to
cellar, with restrained use of oak and a sensitivity towards balance.

Every year, the Autumn Equinox brings with it more balanced
days and nights. Leaves shimmer with deep golden, brilliant orange and
fiery red colors in the gentle fall breeze and warm sunlight. Vineyard
hands work quickly to pick the perfectly ripe fruit before the balance
in the brix and acid levels becomes askew. And remember, it’s birthday
time for us Libras; those of us who seek the delicate balance in our
lives. This balance is also an integral part of many things, including
the process of transforming grapes into beautiful wine.

Nearly 20 years ago Craig and Claudia Broadley started
Broadley Vineyards, a small, family owned winery and vineyard located
in Monroe, Oregon where they raised their son Morgan. Broadley s
committed to producing wines that express the unique terroir of their
Southern Willamette Valley vineyard sites. Their wines are known for
whole cluster fermentations making full bodied, rich and complex
Pinots. We agree with GQ Magazine who recently named Broadley as one of
the top reasons to love America. Owners: Craig, Claudia, Morgan &
Jessica Broadley.
Matzinger Davies
Matzinger Davies is a very personal collaboration between
Michael Davies, REX HILL and AtoZ winemaker, and his wife, Anna
Matzinger, Archery Summit winemaker since 2002. The intention of
Matzinger Davies Wine Co is to produce wines with a resonant voice;
speaking to their geographical origin, varietal typicity and of course
season. Authenticity, vibrancy and integrity should be their calling
Jimi Brooks was the biodynamic farmer and winemaker for
Momtazi Vineyard and Maysara Wines. He believed that great wine is is
produced in the vineyard. His time amongst the vines was spent pursuing
his commitment to capture the elusive essence of Pinot noir and
Reisling. Jimi flexed his European style of winemaking with his
affordable and inventive brand of wines, which are made from grapes
 from over a dozen sites. A true Oregon collaboration, the camaraderie that Jimi
built lives on. Owner: Pascal Brooks. Head
volunteer: Janie Brooks Heuck.
Pamplin Family
Pamplin Family Winery was founded to pursue a singular goal – to craft 
the very best Bordeaux varietal red wines from the top vineyards in the
State of Washington. The vision for this winery is a collaborative
effort of Bob Pamplin and his son-in-law Art North.
We are a family-owned and operated winery, dedicated to handcrafting
superior quality wines through uncompromising attention to detail in
the vineyards and winery.
Colene Clemens

My name is Joe Stark. My wife Vicki and I own Colene Clemens Vineyards
and Winery which we named in honor of Vicki’s mother. I grew up in
Gaston and met Vicki, a Portland native, when she took the position of
librarian at Gaston High School. A chance meeting led to a relationship
that has lasted almost forty years now. We have a wonderful son, Aaron,
a beautiful daughter, Adriane Jetton, two perfect grandchildren, Max
and Margo, and their father, Eric, the best son-in-law in the world.
Patton Valley
Patton Valley was founded by Monte Pitt and Dave Chen in 1995.
They met in the mid-80s while attending business school. The result is
wine with a silky, sensuous texture, a solid backbone of acidity, long
flavors dominated by fruit, and complex aromas. Their foremost tenant
of winemaking is to allow the characteristics of the site, or
”terroir,” to show through. The process begins with fastidious vineyard
Christopher Michael
Sibling rivalry never tasted so good! Acclaimed Oregon
Winemaker Ryan Michael Harms and his brother Eric Christopher Harms
have developed a reputation for delivering quality wine at a great
value. The Harms brothers seek out high quality fruit from reputable
growers, in well established growing regions, and create wines with
typicity of varietal and vineyard.

Redman Wines is located in Oregon, nested alongside Ribbon
Ridge proper, just northwest of Newberg. Their Pinot Noir wine, with
its beautiful garnet color, is their true passion. They are a boutique
winery, believing in family, hard work, incredible wine and sharing
their Pinot Noir with others to enjoy.
Dominio IV
Our intent is to create an estate winery known largely for its
red varietals. Foremost among our reds is the Spanish grape
Tempranillo. A natural bridge between the Pinot Noir and the Cabernet
Sauvignon, this grape is legendary in Europe and vastly under-planted
in the New World. We are positioning ourselves to be among the first
estate wineries showcasing Tempranillo. We’ll stack the cards by using
the benefits of Oregon’s varied climates to make Tempranillo, Syrah and
Pinot Noir from vineyard sites aptly suited to these grapes.

The creation of ROCO wines is the result of twenty years of
dreaming, research, and planning. In 1987, the same year Rollin Soles
began to develop the prestigious Argyle Winery, he also purchased a
unique hillside property in the Chehalem Mountain Range Yet, it was not
until 2001 that Rollin and his wife Corby planted the hillside to Pinot
Noir, and in 2003 announced the fruit of their long held vision, ROCO
wines (pronounced rock-oh). The result is a vineyard and wines that
reflect the very best distillation of Rollin’s 20 years of Oregon
viticultural learning and the property’s special characteristics.
The Eyrie Vineyard’s David Lett founded the Willamette
Valley’s modern era of winemaking in 1965, when he brought to the
region its first Pinot noir, Chardonnay, and the country’s first Pinot
gris. Throughout his long career, David elevated The Eyrie Vineyards to
enduring international status. David’s son Jason Lett took over the
domaine in 2005, and continues to evolve the wines while paying homage
to Eyrie’s founding ethos.
Vineyard Manager Joel Myers manages approximately 250 acres of
premium vineyards in the Willamette Valley. Joel’s Wines are made from
a single vineyard designate of select Guadalupe vineyard fruit. Joel is
recognized as a leading grower in the state and his efforts here prove
his talent for managing all aspects of production from vine to wine.
Owners: Joel & Louise Myers.
Fausse Piste
Constantly looking for balance, definition and integrity our
wines are of the traditional mindset- native yeasts, lack of
manipulation in the cellar and a belief that finesse bests extraction.
these are the wines I seek to produce- wines of a time and place.More
at home with food and friends, as a addition not a distraction- seeking
stones, minerals, acids and elegance.

Soter Vineyards is the culmination of Tony Soter’s life-long
study in viticulture and winegrowing. Settled at Mineral Springs Ranch
in the Yamhill-Carlton District of the Willamette Valley, Tony and his
family invite you to experience the place they regard as a haven for
raising exceptional Oregon Pinot Noir and sparkling wines.

For more than 16 years, Hamacher has represented an
uncompromising commitment to quality. As one of Oregon’s leading
winemakers, Eric Hamacher has established a reputation for producing
texturally rich, elegant, balanced Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.
Tero Estates is a partnership between longtime friends Mike TEmbreull
and Doug ROskelley (TERO). The idea began over dinner at an Italian
restaurant in 2006. Doug was talking about making wine and Mike
mentioned that a friend had seen a vineyard for sale in the Walla Walla
area. The rest, as they say, is history.
J.K. Carriere

The winery’s name is a combination of owner/winemaker Jim
Prosser’s grandfathers’ names and represents a covenant he holds with
their integrity. A wasp features prominently on the label because he is
allergic and has twice nearly been killed by them at harvest; it
reminds us that he puts all of his energy into this brand. Jim focuses
on making classically structured, agreeable, high-acid, smooth tannin
 Pinot noir. 
Trust Cellars
To change, to shift. To make an about-face. To move from a lifestyle rooted in technology and speed to an existence focusing on soil and sun. Taking a giant step requires trust. The trust of your family and friends…and the trust in yourself. Come visit us in Walla Walla. We’ll share a glass of wine and our story.
J. Scott
J Scott is a small boutique wine producer that features wines
of the Pacific Northwest. The bounty of the Pacific Northwest is
amazing. From nuts, fruits, vegetables, wild truffles and mushrooms, to
lamb, seafood, artisan cheeses and wines. Our wines are made from some of the best vineyards
in Oregon and Washington.
Waters is an artisanal boutique winery located in Walla Walla,
Washington. Founded in 2005, we believe that the Walla Walla Valley
terroir is capable of producing distinctive red wines that rival the
finest of the Old and New World regions. Waters produces just a few
thousand cases of small lot bottlings each year, aimed at reflecting
the unique character of each varietal and the qualities of the land
that they come from.