“…small lots of authentic, handmade wines of provenance…”
“For decades I have been growing and producing small parcels of balanced, nervy wines. They are meticulously made wines from unique, cool-climate sites including my organically farmed French “Cru” vineyards, the Sonoma Coast and Willamette Valley. Naturally made and with minimal interventions, my wines precisely express the “where” more than the “who”. Pull up a chair and check them out.”
- Jonathan Pey, Owner & Vigneron
Select vineyards, small Lot wines
I focus on small lots of wines from specific places, working with great vineyards, doing things by hand on a small scale and in concert with nature.Learn More
I own and farm two 70-year old, dry and organically-farmed vineyards that have crumbled pink granite soils and which deliver small clusters of OMG delicious Gamay Noir. Growing above 1300’ altitude these wines are medium-bodied, impeccably balanced, velvety, aromatic, suave and ageable reds. Don’t miss them.
This chilly area has a plethora of valleys with perfect nooks and crannies in which exemplary grapes can be grown. Cold, sometimes wind-blown, the conditions are perfect for crafting gorgeous, lithe Pinot Noir, layered Chardonnay and mouth-watering Sauvignon Blanc.
Willamette Valley, Oregon
Up the coast, Oregon’s Willamette Valley is an ideal locale to make small lots of earthy, “crunchy” Pinot Noir. Influences from the nearby cold Pacific Ocean shape its weather, and myriad rolling hills and valleys provide an amazing template for terroir-based winemaking.