Capella Wines are here for 2024

Celebrate Pi Day and beyond with Capella Wines, back for 2024! Local grapes were grown here in the rich soils surrounding our Southern Willamette Valley, and the wines were produced by artisan winemaker, Ray Walsh of Capitello Wines, right here in Eugene. It doesn’t get much better than that. Drop by and pick one up for dinner or a special occasion, Pinot Gris ’23, Rosé of Pinot Noir ’23 or a Pinot Noir ’22.Capellawines

Grapes for the Pinot Gris were grown at Mary’s Peak Vineyard (75%) in Philomath and Equinox Vineyard (25%) in Crow, OR. The wine was aged in 100% Stainless Steel.

Grapes for the Rosé of Pinot Noir were grown at Valley Vista Vineyards in Veneta, OR, and aged in 100% Stainless Steel as well.

Grapes for the Pinot Noir come from Souring Vineyard (50%) in Veneta and Stanton Vineyard (50%) in Crow, OR. This wine was barrel-aged in French Oak for 14 months.

Support your local farms, vineyards and artisan food and beverage crafters – that’s what a sustainable food system looks like.


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