Emerson Vineyards is a family-owned and operated winery present at the center of Oregon’s Willamette Valley. It is a multi-generational winery present on almost 127 hectares of land in the low hills of the coastal range. The winemakers believe there is nothing more satisfying than working in the vineyards and creating something beautiful and unique with their own hands. They work hard to protect the natural environment and make the best wines possible. Organic and sustainable methods are used in the vineyards and the winery. The name of the winery comes from Emerson Waldo Fisher, who was the grandfather of the owner Tom. He continues to inspire the family members and makes them work hard.
The Emerson estate is spread over a land of almost 127 hectares, and twenty-four acres are currently under vine. Nearly all the products they use are organic, and there is no use of chemical fertilizers or pesticides. The climate, rainfall, and soil in the region are perfect for the cultivation of vines. They have cover crops between their rows of vines and use spent-grape skin as fertilizers. The main types of grapes that grow here are Pinot Noir, Viognier, Baco Noir, Marchal Foch, Leon Millot, and Oberlin Noir. The best grapes are handpicked by the workers and go into the production of their red, white, rose, and fortified wines. Their wines are unique and show the quality and features of their region. Their main aim is at Pinot Noir, but they also make other red wines and aromatic white wines.
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Pinot Noir, Viognier, Marchal Foch, Baco Noir, Oberlin Noir, Leon Millot