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WINE REVIEWS

The 2018 Fairsing Vineyard estate Chardonnay with white clover or shamrock on the label

2018 CHARDONNAY

“A wealth of spicy-oak complexity that manifests itself in a pastry and biscuit-like layer on the nose, along with poached pears and apples. The palate has a vibrant, juicy and sleek feel with an attractive, crisp finish. Drink now.”

 92 Points – James Suckling, January 2020 

Bottle $42  •  Labyrinth $35.70  •  Celtic Knot & Crimson Clover $33.60
The 2018 Fairsing Vineyard Kenney Pinot Noir with crimson clover blooms on the label

2018 KENNEY PINOT NOIR

“Dark-cherry and red-plum aromas with light cocoa-powder and violet notes. The palate has a very rich, fleshy and mouth-filling style with fine tannins, wrapping around a core of plump cherries. Drink now or hold.”

 93 Points – James Suckling, January 2020 

Bottle $62  •  Labyrinth $52.70  •  Celtic Knot & Crimson Clover $49.60
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2017 FAIRSING PINOT NOIR

“Impressive, complex, spicy aromas with vibrant red cherries at the core, leading to a very smoothly arranged palate that carries a fresh, lithe and juicy feel. Long, succulent and handsomely defined finish. Drink or hold.”
94 Points – James Suckling, July 2019
$46 Bottle • $39.10 Labyrinth • $36.80 Celtic Knot & Crimson Clover
The 2017 Fairsing Vineyard Pinot noir receives 91 Points from Wine Spectator

2017 FAIRSING PINOT NOIR

“Generous and plump, with fresh strawberry and cherry flavors that draw in hints of cinnamon and floral spice, gliding along a sleek finish. Drink now through 2016.”

 91 Points – Wine Spectator, February 2020 

Bottle $46 • Labyrinth $39.10  •  Celtic Knot & Crimson Clover $36.80
The 2017 Fairsing Vineyard Sullivan Pinot Noir with blooming crimson clover on the label

2017 SULLIVAN PINOT NOIR

Attractive oak spice, some meaty nuances and plenty of deeply ripe red cherries on offer here. This has a smooth, raspberry and wild cherry-focused palate and zippy acidity to close it out. Drink now.”

 92 Points – James Suckling, July 2019

Bottle $62  •  Labyrinth $52.70  •  Celtic Knot & Crimson Clover $49.60
The 2016 Fairsing Vineyard Sullivan Pinot Noir with blooming crimson clover on the label

2016 SULLIVAN PINOT NOIR

“This is a cut above the rest, in terms of quality, with very attractively ripe and fresh red-cherry and red-plum aromas, leading to a plush and supple palate that carries a considerable array of supple, long and silky tannins. Excellent depth here. Drink or hold.

 93 Points -Nick Stock, November 2018

Bottle $62  •  Labyrinth $52.70  •  Celtic Knot & Crimson Clover $49.60
The 2016 Fairsing Vineyard Sullivan Pinot Noir with blooming crimson clover on the label

2016 SULLIVAN PINOT NOIR

“Spirited and plump, this version features fresh cherry and tart blueberry fruit flavors, accented by orange peel and savory spice notes, finishing with refined tannins. Drink now through 2024

 92 Points – Tim Fish, January-February 2019

Bottle $62  •  Labyrinth $52.70  •  Celtic Knot & Crimson Clover $49.60
The 2016 Fairsing Vineyard Sullivan Pinot Noir with blooming crimson clover on the label

2016 SULLIVAN PINOT NOIR

Pale to medium ruby-purple with warm red and black cherries and baked cranberries on the nose plus suggestions of underbrush, violets, black earth and spice. Light to medium-bodied and very fresh in the mouth with grainy tannins and warm black and red fruits flavors, it finishes long with spicy accents.

 90 Points – Erin Brooks, August 2018

Bottle $62  •  Labyrinth $52.70  •  Celtic Knot & Crimson Clover $49.60
The 2016 Fairsing Vineyard SDardis Pinot Noir with blooming crimson clover on the label

2016 DARDIS PINOT NOIR

“Attractive, ripe cherry and boysenberry aromas here with hints of raspberries in a fresh, appealing mode. The palate has an array of fine, grainy tannins that carry a very bright, upbeat and approachable layer of ripe, red cherry-berry flavor. Drink now”

 92 Points – Nick Stock, November 2018

Bottle $62  •  Labyrinth $52.70  •  Celtic Knot & Crimson Clover $49.60
The 2016 Fairsing Vineyard Dardis Pinot Noir with blooming crimson clover on the label

2016 DARDIS PINOT NOIR

Pale to medium ruby-purple in color, this wine opens with black cherries, dark berries, touches of black licorice, underbrush and purple flowers with earthy notes. Light to medium-bodied, it fills the mouth with black fruits flavors, framed by firm tannins and tons of freshness, finishing earthy. Enjoy now through 2022

 90 Points – Erin Brooks, August 2018

Bottle $62  •  Labyrinth $52.70  •  Celtic Knot & Crimson Clover $49.60

Honors for the 2017 Kenney Pinot Noir from Wine Enthusiast

Fairsing Vineyard is honored by Paul Gregutt and Wine Enthusiast with 91 Points for the 2017 Fairsing Vineyard Kenney Pinot noir. 

This inaugural release was meticulously crafted from Dijon and Wadenswil selections and is delightful addition to our family of estate wines. With final alcohol of 14.1% and 308 case production, this estate wine has proven popular in […]

Honors for the 2018 Rosé of Pinot Noir from the Washington Wine Blog

Fairsing Vineyard is honored by the Washington Wine Blog with a 91 rating for our 2018 Rosé of Pinot noir.

This estate wine is intently crafted from Dijon 777 and Pommard selections and is a quintessential summer sipper.  Upon harvest, this Rosé stayed on skins for four hours after destemming and was gently pressed before barrel fermentation in neutral French oak

Accolades for the 2016 Pinot Noir Fairsing from Wine Spectator

Fairsing Vineyard is honored by Wine Spectator’s Tim Fish with the award of 90 Points to the 2016 Pinot noir Fairsing.

This estate wine represents the whole of Fairsing Vineyard’s varied micro-climates, exposures, soils and selections. The 2016 Pinot noir Fairsing is Included among other notable Oregon wines in the January 31 – February 28, 2019 edition.

With alcohol of […]

Praise for the 2016 Fairsing Vineyard Pinot noir Sullivan

Fairsing Vineyard is pleased to share that our 2016 Pinot noir Sullivan received 92 Points from Wine Spectator’s Tim Fish.

Included among other Oregon wines in the January 31 – February 28, 2019 edition, this estate-grown expression of the southeast blocks of our vineyard is beautifully distinct and incredibly food-friendly. 

With just 413 cases produced, visit our tasting room […]

Fairsing Vineyard 2016 Pinot Noir Dardis Available

Savor our Fairsing Vineyard estate 2016 Pinot noir Dardis.

This wine is delightful combination of Dijon 115 and Pommard selections from the west portion of Fairsing Vineyard. 

Visit our tasting room between 11 am and 5 pm, and experience this structured and velvety wine crafted by Robert Brittan and his team. 

Our Pinot noir Dardis and […]

2016 Chardonnay – 91 Points from Wine Enthusiast

Fairsing Vineyard’s estate 2016 Chardonnay received 91 Points in the August 2018 edition of Wine Enthusiast Magazine. 

Senior Editor, Paul Gregutt notes the steely core of pear and apple fruit with a pleasing touch of buttered toast.

Crafted by winemaker Robert Brittan, this wine may be enjoyed now or reward those who cellar for a few years. 

92 Point Awarded to Both 2015 Pinot Noir Sullivan and Dardis

Grandparents Day weekend marked the release of the 2015 Fairsing Vineyard Pinot noir Sullivan (92 Points – Wine Enthusiast) and 2015 Fairsing Vineyard Pinot noir Dardis (92 Points – Wine Spectator).

Paul Gregutt, with Wine Enthusiast describes the 2015 Pinot noir Sullivan as “instantly delicious and bursting with sweet cherry fruit. Full flavored and fruity, it finishes on lasting milk chocolate, sweet herb and cola notes”.

With the 2015 Pinot […]

2014 Fairsing Chardonnay Honored by Wine Enthusiast

The Wine Enthusiast December 2016 Buyer’s Guide include review of our 2014 Fairsing Vineyard Chardonnay by Contributing Editor, Paul Gregutt.

Awarded 91 Points, this wine was made by Robert Brittan from our estate-grown Dijon 76 and 95 selections. Harvested 9/20/14, this Chardonnay barrel-aged 10 months in French and neutral oak. Limited quantities available. To purchase, click here.

“Deep gold, fully ripened and rich with tropical fruits, melon and peach, this is a wine […]

FAIRSING NEWS

1859 Oregon’s Magazine Explores Libation Vacations With Fairsing Vineyard

Fairsing Vineyard is proud to be included among diverse establishments featured within “Libation Vacations” in the March/April edition of 1859 Oregon’s Magazine.

“From its expansive view of the Cascades on the horizon to the high praise its wines have won in […]

Oregon’s Willamette Valley Wins Wine Enthusiast’s Prestigious 2016 “Wine Region of the Year”

Wine Enthusiast Magazine announced Oregon’s Willamette Valley as its 2016 Wine Region of the Year for its annual Wine Star Awards.

Wine Star Awards are viewed as some of the most influential in the wine industry. Each year […]

Fairsing Vineyard Tasting Room Voted 8th Overall in USA TODAY 2016 Readers’ Choice Awards.

Great wines sipped in a great space – these are the elements that combine to make a top-notch tasting room.

A panel of wine experts partnered with 10Best editors to seek out tasting rooms which met these qualifications and narrowed their list to […]