This Pinot Noir comes from the Bergström Vineyard's low-yielding vines. Fermentations are natural and spontaneous (a rarity in the U.S.). A true labour of love, as one would expect from Bergström.
One of the finest sources of Pinot Noir, not just in the United States, but in the world, Bergström's story began in 1999, when Josh and Caroline returned to the Willamette Valley, where his parents had been sowing ...Learn more
“...the Bergströms are Pinot Noir specialists really, and certainly the hugely ambitious Bergström, Bergström Vineyard Pinot Noir 2009 Willamette Valley and the Bergström, Cumberland Reserve Pinot Noir 2009 Willamette Valley blend, the only two of their Pinots I have tasted recently, are truly excellent - exuberant yet complex - wines, costing a bit more than the Chardonnay. The wines are made by Josh Bergström who managed to pick up not only a diploma but also a French wife in Beaune. Viticulture is notably hands-on (see below), winemaking hands-off, and they have been Demeter USA certified biodynamic since 2004.”