History in the Vineyards, A Genesis Tour of Ken Wright Cellars Single Vineyard Pinot Noir Sites & Sources By Jim Gullo Vineyard Focus: Freedom Hill Vineyard Purchase Wine One hundred and forty years of history allow for considerable hindsight, and … Continue reading →
History in the Vineyards, A Genesis Tour of Ken Wright Cellars Single Vineyard Pinot Noir Sites & Sources By Jim Gullo Vineyard Focus: Carter Vineyard Purchase Wine You think you’ve heard every butterfly story, and then this one comes along. Like … Continue reading →
The sun peaked out for our annual company pruning day on Monday Feb. 22nd at Savoya Vineyard! The four essential steps to pruning a vine are as follows: 1) Access the plant & decide what you want to leave for … Continue reading →
As 2015 drifts into history, we need to stop and celebrate a unique and important anniversary. Ten years ago, thanks to an extraordinary, coordinated effort by our growers and wineries, the Yamhill-Carlton AVA was officially established and put on the … Continue reading →
The New York Wine Experience (NYWE) is a three-day celebration of great wine organized by the Wine Spectator. It’s an opportunity to taste wine from the world’s best wine makers. The wines almost all come directly out of producers personal … Continue reading →
Audio Version: 2014 Harvest Letter November 4, 2014 Dear Friends, We produced the # 1 wine on the planet per Wine Enthusiast this year, but please read on… As those who live here know, we experienced one … Continue reading →
It’s that time of year again. The vineyards are busy with workers pruning and preparing for this year’s growing season. The KWC staff is not exempt from this hard work. On March 21st all KWC employees met at the Savoya vineyard to prune the company block. After a hearty meal, a few sips of bourbon and a quick tutorial from vineyard managers Mark Gould, Taylor Varuska and Seth Miller the company set out with clippers in hand. The company spent the sunny afternoon making thoughtful cuts, pulling old brush from the trellis system and then tipping and tying the new cane to the wire.