Willamette Valley Oregon
In our first years, our fruit was best known for small lot production, highly collectible, Mahonia Vineyard designate wines made by legendary Oregon winemaker Russ Raney under his Evesham Wood label.
Between 2005 and 2008 our fruit was used to produce small lots made exclusively from our fruit, marketed for the first time under the Mahonia Vineyard label. Production ranged from 50–100 cases. These wines were beautifully crafted by Russ Raney, and because of the superb quality they disappeared quickly.
Our winemaker, Anne Hubatch (Helioterra Wines & Whoa Nellie Wines), has been known for crafting aromatic and full-bodied wines since 2009. Anne's ability to make a complex yet highly drinkable wine, matched with our mature vines and unique site characteristics, result in nothing less than spectacular wine!
Bright and mineral. Citrus and clean florals on palate with lots of acid. Great for food pairing!
Bottled January 2019. Fresh with bright acidity, lemon peel.
Very mineral aromas, banana and white flowers. Lemon oil on front palate, lots of acid. Banana, saline and underripe pineapple on palate. Dry.
Bright minerals and toast on nose, high acid palate with notes of brioche.
Pretty floral aromas and bright slightly underripe raspberries on the palate. Bright acid and dry finish.
Bursting ripe bing cherries with a light cranberry fruit finish. Nicely balanced tannins and acid. A definite crowd pleaser.
Tart apples and lemon oil on the nose, with green apples and citrus pith on the palate. Dry.
Overripe apple and green grass aromas. Bitter citrus and cling peaches on the palate, long finish.
Fresh strawberries and greens, lychee on nose. Light bodied, floral raspberry and nicely balanced acid. Dry.
Rich cherry compote on the nose. Soft ripe berries on the palate, tart finish with hints of pie cherries. Great for pairing with all foods.
Nose of roasted pineapple and jalapenos. Pears and apples on palate, lighter body with stone fruit finish. Tart and dry.
Notes of jasmine and oranges on nose, flavor develops into banana and lemon cream.
Nose: Cranberries and Raspberries. Spiced red fruits, dry, great Rosé for Salmon or Brunch.
Bold cherries and raspberry aromas, with dark red fruits and tobacco on the palate. Hints of spice. Perfect Pinot Noir for a steak or charcuterie.
This Special Cuvee of Pinot Noir has a round mouthfeel, juicy fruit, but balanced with tannin. Great food pairing Pinot Noir.
Aromas of ripe pears and white flowers. Sweet tart on palate, moderate mouth weight with mouth-watering acidity. Apricot and petrol, wonderfully balanced Alsatian style. Off dry.
Creamy citrus and vanilla on the nose. Lemon oil and honeydew melon, bright acid balanced with light oak.
Cranberries and loganberries with a touch of cedar on the nose, elegant strawberries and bramble on the palate. Light bodied with a soft finish. Lighter flavor profile makes it a perfect pairing for Salmon and rich cream dishes.
A beautifully age wine, the 2013 Reserve Pinot Noir has a savory boysenberry and earthy aroma. Medium weight on the palate, this wine showcases a silky balance between acid, tannin structure and fruit. Versatile and supple, this wine would pair well with foods ranging from Salmon and cream based dishes to pork, cheese or charcuterie. A treasure to enjoy now!
Mahonia’s Reserve Collection represents the finest wines that are produced in our cellars. The wines are sourced primarily from Mahonia’s “Dijon Clones” planted in the 1980s by vineyard founder and owner, John Miller, after consulting in France and Oregon with Dr. Raymond Bernard from the Office National Interprossionnel de Vins (ONIVINS) in Burgundy. The wines are aged for a minimum of 18 months in oak casks before being subjected to a thoughtful selection process to identify the two finest barrels to be bottled.
The Cellar Club offers Members early access to new releases and discounts on all wine purchased throughout the year. In addition, Club Members are ensured availability of special release Mahonia Vineyard Reserve wines and highly allocated Single Vineyard Designate wines made by some of the top winemakers in the Willamette Valley.
Mahonia shares with you exciting news, upcoming events, a recap of our summer celebration, and a recipe!
Mahonia fruit is so special, the winemakers who purchase it often use it to make single vineyard designate wines and limited release wines such as Mahonia's clonal series.
When you are out on the town, you can find Mahonia Vineyard wine at many fine restaurants, bottle shops, and retail stores.