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Four distinctive wines from Fairsing Vineyard's 2016 vintage

Fairsing Vineyard Wines

Winemaker Robert Brittan comments on the distinct finesse and structure of Fairsing Vineyard Wines

The 2016 Fairsing Vineyard Pinot noir

2016 Pinot noir Fairsing

With a warmth-like quality, inviting aromas of blood orange, spiced cherry, soft violets and cocoa emanate from the glass. This wine features rich. lush color and flavors of fresh-picked blackberry, herbaceous evergreen rosemary and finishes with a nibble of red licorice.

$46     1265 case production
92 Points – James Suckling (pdf)

2016 Pinot Noir Sullivan

Our 2016 Pinot noir Sullivan is a beautifully fruity combination of Wadenswil and Dijon 777 selections from the east portion of our vineyard. This flavorful and lively wine flaunts lingering red fruit flavors.

$62     413 case production
93 Points – James Suckling (pdf)
90 Rating – Wine Advocate (pdf)

2016 Pinot Noir Dardis

This elegant wine from the southwest portion of the vineyard opens with black cherry and dark berries with hints of black licorice and purple flowers. Framed by firm tannins, vitality and freshness, this wine extends to a lush and earthy finish.

$62     433 case production
92 Points – James Suckling (pdf)
90 Rating – Wine Advocate (pdf)

2016 Fairsing Vineyard Chardonnay

2016 Chardonnay

Delicate citrus fruits blossom on the mid palate of this elegant Chardonnay. Fresh mineral and floral notes are met with earthy fig and rich toasted hazelnuts.  This wine features ripe Asian pear, lime zest and lemon curd with a rich, creamed honey finish.

$42     525 case production

93 Points – James Suckling (pdf)
91 Points – Wine Enthusiast (pdf)

2015 Pinot Noir Fáinne

Our barrel select Pinot noir balances earthiness and elegance. On the nose rich tobacco leaf blends with molasses and black cherry cola. A soft entry glides to a strong middle and back palate presence. This wine features clean minerality and velvety, fine-grained tannins.

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$95     72 case production

2017 Rosé of Pinot Noir 

This 2017 Rosé of Pinot Noir with beautiful coral hue, is balanced and refreshing. Inviting summer scents waft from the glass. On the palate sweet strawberry and poached stone fruits marry with crisp acidity.

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$30     200 case production

The 2016 estate Fairsing Vineyard Chardonnay received 93 Points from James Suckling

“There’s a fresh array of very ripe and vibrant fruit on offer here. Bright, ripe lemon and peach aromas and flavors lead to a fresh and vibrant palate with plenty of subtly creamy, lightly spicy and nutty flavors at the finish. Drink now.” Nick Stock, 11/30/2018

$130 Magnum

$110.5 Labyrinth Club

$104 Celtic Knot and Crimson Clover Clubs

Fairsing Vineyard 2016 Pinot Noir Estate Honored with 92 Points from James Suckling

“There’s freshness to this wine, amid deep black cherries that make a fully ripe impression. This is nicely judged. The palate is supple and suave with very velvety and alluring texture. Drink now.” Nick Stock, 11/30/2018

$140 Magnum

$119 Labyrinth Club

$112 Celtic Knot and Crimson Clover Clubs

The 2016 Fairsing Vineyard Pinot Noir Sullivan received a 93 Points from James Suckling

“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.” Nick Stock, 11/30/2018

$155 Magnum

$131.75 Labyrinth Club

$124 Celtic Knot and Crimson Clover Clubs

The 2016 Fairsing Vineyard estate Pinot Noir Dardis received a 90 Rating from Wine Advocate

“Pale to medium ruby-purple in color, this wine opens with black cherries, dark berries, touches of black licorice, underbrush and purple flowers with earth notes. Light to medium-bodied, it fills the mouth with black fruits flavors, framed by firm tannins and tons of freshness, finishing earthy.” Erin Brooks, 8/1/2018.

$155 Magnum

$131.75 Labyrinth Club

$124 Celtic Knot and Crimson Clover Clubs

The 2015 Fairsing Vineyard estate Chardonnay received a 90 Plus Rating from Wine Advocate

“Opening with youthfully mute toast and cedar suggestions over a core of lemongrass, white peach and fresh apples, the 2015 Chardonnay is taut and finely constructed, with an appealing quiet intensity plus great freshness and length.” Lisa Perrotti-Brown, 8/31/2017

$155 Magnum

$131.75 Labyrinth Club

$124 Celtic Knot and Crimson Clover Clubs

The 2015 Fairsing Vineyard Pinot Noir Estate Honored with 90 Points from Wine Enthusiast

“This wine’s strawberry and raspberry flavors carry a slightly funky bouquet, but call it a feature, not a flaw. It has salted caramel notes from aging for nine months in 30% new French oak, and it’s creamy and focused on the palate, finishing on a hint of cola” Paul Gregutt, 10/1/2017

$155 Magnum

$131.75 Labyrinth Club

$124 Celtic Knot and Crimson Clover Clubs

The 2015 Fairsing Vineyard Pinot Noir Sullivan Received 92 Points from Wine Enthusiast

“With a riper profile than the 2014, this vintage of this wine is instantly delicious and bursting with sweet cherry fruit. Full flavored and fruity, it finishes on lasting milk chocolate, sweet herb and cola notes.” Paul Gregutt, 10/1/2017

$155 Magnum

$131.75 Labyrinth Club

$124 Celtic Knot and Crimson Clover Clubs

The 2014 Fairsing Vineyard Pinot Noir Sullivan in 1.5 Liter Magnum

“This crisp, quiet style offers modest raspberry and floral flavors, finishing with a firm texture. Best after 2018. 200 cases made.” Harvey Steiman, 2017

$155 Magnum

$131.75 Labyrinth Club

$124 Celtic Knot and Crimson Clover Clubs

The 2015 Fairsing Vineyard Pinot Noir Dardis received 91 Points from Wine Enthusiast

“The Dardis designate is a mix of Wädenswil and Dijon 115 clones, aged for 10 months in 30% new French oak. Cherry, berry and chocolate flavors meld gracefully with a thread of cola. There’s a briary undertone to the fruit, and a dusting of cocoa over the tannins. This is ready to enjoy immediately” Paul Gregutt, 2/1/2017.

$155 Magnum

$131.75 Labyrinth Club

$124 Celtic Knot and Crimson Clover Clubs

SHIPPING DETAILS

Fairsing Vineyard flat rate shipping is state specific. 

 As of December 2, 2018 ground shipping is not available throughout much of the US (until warm temperatures return in the spring). Second day air services are recommended during months with extreme temperatures.

 Shipping rates provided for packages containing bottles (750 ml) or magnums (1.5 Liter)

 Due to weight and size, bottles and magnums can not be combined in the same package

Fairsing will not ship wines if extreme temperatures will be encountered en route or at the destination

Pacific NW: CA, ID, NV, OR, WA

Bottles – up to 12 (one case):
$30 Ground Shipping

Bottles – up to 12 (one case):
$125 Second Day Air

Single (1) or two (2) Magnums:
$30 Ground Shipping

Single (1) or two (2) Magnums:
$125 Second Day Air

* Maximum of 2 Magnums per pkg

Central: AK, AR, CO, IA, IL, IN, KS, LA, MI, MN, MT, ND, NE, NM, OH, OK, SD, TN, TX, WI, WY

Bottles – up to 12 (one case):
$35 Ground Shipping (available spring 2019)

Bottles – up to 12 (one case):
$125 Second Day Air

Single (1) or two (2) Magnums:
$35 Ground Shipping (available spring 2019)

Single (1) or two (2) Magnums:
$125 Second Day Air

* Maximum of 2 Magnums per pkg

East: AL, CT, DE, FL, GA, MA, MD, MA, NC, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, SC, VA, VT, DC, WV

Bottles – up to 12 (one case):
$40 Ground Shipping (available spring 2019)

Bottles – up to 12 (one case):
$125 Second Day Air

Single (1) or two (2) Magnums:
$40 Ground Shipping (available spring 2019)

Single (1) or two (2) Magnums:
$125 Second Day Air

* Maximum of 2 Magnums per pkg

SHIPPING INFORMATION

Shipping wine by ground transportation (UPS or FedEx Ground Services) is weather dependent. 

As of December 2, 2018 ground shipping is not available throughout much of the US (until warm temperatures return in the spring). Second day air services are recommended during months with extreme temperatures.

Fairsing Vineyard will not ship wine utilizing ground transportation if weather conditions are too hot or too cold at the desired destination or while en route. Extreme temperatures damage wine. To safeguard your wine, we recommend second-day services for your shipment during months when weather conditions are extreme.

Please contact zach@fairsingvineyard or 503-662-5930 for more detailed information.

Unfortunately Fairsing Vineyard is unable to ship to the following states: Hawaii (HI), Alaska (AK), Utah (UT), Kentucky (KY) and Mississippi (MS).

Fairsing Vineyard has a three (3) bottle minimum for wine shipments. Exceptions may be arranged by contacting 503-662-5930 between 11-5 (PST).

Due to their size and weight, magnums (large format bottles – 1.5 Liter) can not be combined with bottles (750 ml) in the same shipment. Large format bottles require separate packaging with a maximum of two (2) magnums per package. 

Shipping Policy