Stoller Vineyards is a 373-acre parcel located on the southern slopes of the Dundee Hills. This particular knoll is known fondly as “Corton Hill” by local winegrowers, referencing its similarity to the famed wrap-around Grand Cru hillside in Burgundy. The vineyard parcel is home to owners Bill and Cathy Stoller, who converted this family farm to vines in the early 1990s.
Partners with Harry Peterson-Nedry in Chehalem Winery, the Stollers have previously released their wines as vineyard-designates under that label. In the fall of 2003, the Stollers released the inaugural vintage of their own eponymous label. Stoller also sells fruit to a number of notable Willamette Valley wineries, including Adelsheim, Argyle, Domaine Drouhin, La Bete, Scott Paul, Rex Hill, and A-Z.
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