Champion – 6 Bottles – Mixed – December

Your December club package is here!

2016 Division Eola Springs Vineyard Chardonnay

A special, celebratory bottle we’ve patiently waited to share with you.

After 7 years of making wine in the Willamette Valley, Kate and Tom decided to commemorate this lucky year by bottling a special duo of wines from the vineyard that launched their career in this special region. Cheers to making the wines we love to drink – thank you for joining us on our delicious journey.

2019 Division “Crémant de Portland”

Champagne but make it Portland!

We have always loved sparkling wine and this is our fourth time making this wine since 2013, which we only make in the vintages where the grape maturity is ideal for sparkling wines. We named this wine “Crémant de Portland” because the word “Crémant “ refers to French sparkling wines made with the méthode traditionnelle process, but are not in Champagne. We thought it was fitting as this wine was made in the Champagne method, but in Portland!

2021 Division Chardonnay “Quatre”

A top-tier cool climate Chardonnay shows all the potential of this grape in Oregon.

The Royer Vineyard sits on the southwest-facing tip of the Eola Hills. The Lower Block we work with feels cool winds from the Van Duzer Corridor coming across the Willamette Valley. It’s one of the absolute best sites for Chardonnay in Oregon.

2021 Gamine Aligoté

We think of Aligoté as Chardonnay’s spunky younger sister

Kate’s personal wine project, Gamine Wines, now in its sixth vintage, celebrates the wines that both her and her mother, Sylviane, love to drink. Kate’s Gamine Wines highlight unsung varieties and styles from all across France, and they are stellar examples of the diversity of wines being made in the Pacific Northwest.

2021 marks the third vintage of Kate’s Aligoté. It’s electric, with hints of lemongrass, pear and pineapple which bring a touch of roundness to this energetic wine

2020 Nightshade Nebbiolo

Bold and beautiful.

Nightshade is Tom’s personal project focused on the robust Nebbiolo grape.

2021 Division Pinot Noir “Cent”

Zero Zero, that’s nothing added (specifically referring to sulfur in the wine world), single-vineyard Pinot that channels the best of the vintage and demonstrates the potential of winemaking without a net.

We use very little added sulfur, to begin with, but have always felt a small amount stabilized the wines from oxidation and microbial troubles, without sterilizing the wine. However, this wine continually demonstrates an unusual capacity to gain in complexity and grace.

We typically name our Pinot Noir wines with numbers written in French, “Un,” “Deux,” etc., and wanted to continue the tradition here, but felt that just continuing down the line didn’t quite feel right for this wine. No sulfur and non-manipulated wines are often called “00” wines in the natural wine community and as there already is a winery called “00” in Oregon, we thought we would be a bit tongue-in-cheek and name the wine “Cent” or “100,” as it’s 100% percent free of any adds.

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