One of Oregon's niftiest natural winemakers. In a place were everyone makes a Pinot Noir, she has managed to make one standout from the crowd without being outrageously priced. Fruit is sourced from two biodynamic vineyards and undergoes a partially carbonic maceration. Drinks like a new world version of cru Beaujolais.
From the producer's website:
"As a winemaker, I see nature and the earth as an intimate romance of weather and climate that magically spawn delicious fruit from the ether. I feel blessed to nurture these grapes - my babies - into wine and experience seasons wholeheartedly in the process."