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Brittan Vineyards

  Veteran winemaker Rober Brittan searched for years to find the ideal site on which to grow Pinot Noir and finally found it on a 128-acre hillside in Oregon, which he purchased in December 2004. The soils are a mixture of glacial deposits and volcanic material, with a predominant presence of broken basalt. It  has east, south and west exposures to choose from on a cool, windy site on the edge of the Coastal Range. As a result, Robert believes he has found a site where he can grow unique grapes and Brittan Vineyards can offer wines that truly speak of  place.     In these two videos, Robert Brittan discusses the differences of  The Basalt Block   and   The Gestalt Block and how they affect his pinot noirs.    

Guy with Ellen Brittan from Brittan Vineyards in McMinnville, OR

Brick House in Newberg, Oregon

Brittan Vineyards in McMinnville, OR




McMinnville, OR


829 NE 5th Street
McMinnville, OR 97128