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Domaine de Broglie is located in the Dundee Hills in the northern part of the Willamette Valley. The winery itself resides less than one mile from where the first Pinot Noir vines were planted in the region, and today the area is considered as the origination for some of Oregon’s most acclaimed vineyards.

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Domaine de Broglie
Pinot Noir | Cuvée

Sourced from several different Pinot Noir clones, including 777, 667, and 115, the 2018 Domaine de Broglie Cuvée presents lush, sweet, forward fruit, and shows intense savory spiciness in the mid palate, with fine tannins on the finish. The Cuvée boasts exceptional clarity. Notes of cherries, strawberries, and mulberries dominate while hints of allspice and star anise peek through on a palate. This wine has beautiful silky length that reveals subtle kisses of earth and flower petals on the finish.

YEAR

2018

APPELLATION

Dundee Hills, Willamette Valley, Oregon | Cuvée

BLEND

100% Pinot Noir

ALCOHOL

13.7%

BARREL REGIMEN

10 months in French oak, 7% new barrels, 93% neutral wood
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Domaine de Broglie
Pinot Noir | Block A – Clone 114

Block A is one of the original plantings of Pinot Noir on the Domaine de Broglie estate, planted in 1999 with Pinot Noir Clone 114.  Planted at 860-860 feet, much of the block is western facing. Clone 114 has small, compact clusters, but is rich with color and concentration.

Clean and straightforward with significant texture, the 2018 Block A Clone 114 Pinot Noir has an elegant profile highlighted by red fruit and soft tannins. Candy apple and pomegranate aromas mingle with scents of licorice wood and spices. Strawberry and red fruits drive the front, with a delicate mid palate leading to a subtle tannic finish.

YEAR

2018

APPELLATION

Dundee Hills, Willamette Valley, Oregon | Block A – Clone 114

BLEND

100% Pinot Noir

ALCOHOL

14.5%

BARREL REGIMEN

16 months, 100% French oak, 31% new barrels
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Domaine de Broglie
Pinot Noir | Block C – Clone 777

Block C, an 8-acre parcel, is planted exclusively with Clone 777 and resides at the highest altitude of all our vineyards. This block is shaped like a spherical cap, giving it sun exposure on all sides. Block C also presents our sweetest selections of fruit and those with the most predominant floral qualities. Clone 777 was introduced to the Willamette Valley in the 1970s and 1980s as the local industry worked with the University of Burgundy in France to introduce new Pinot Noir vines that would flourish in the unique terroir of Oregon. This clone can bring the best from the terroir it’s planted on.

Intense and concentrated, dark cherry fruit is evident on the nose with frontal forward red fruit flavor. Subtle spicy woodiness with a trace of vanilla. Mid-palate is balanced with firm, but relatively fine tannins. This wine is very well rounded with deep color and balanced structure. It is drinkable young, because of the forward fruit, but it also has the structure and acidity to age well for a long time.

YEAR

2018

APPELLATION

Dundee Hills, Willamette Valley, Oregon | Block C – Clone 777

BLEND

100% Pinot Noir

ALCOHOL

14.6%

BARREL REGIMEN

16 months, 100% French oak, 29% new barrels
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Domaine de Broglie
Pinot Noir | Block G - Pommard Clone

Block G ripens quickly, due to its position at a slightly lower elevation, where the climate is a bit warmer. The 4-acre block is planted with two different Pinot Noir clones: 777 and Pommard. While we typically use this fruit for blending, the 2018 Pommard once again demonstrated beautiful texture and complexity, entitling it to its own stand-alone bottling. As the original Pinot Noir clone planted in the Willamette Valley, Pommard has been the workhorse of the Oregon wine industry and helped to build the region’s reputation for world-class Pinot Noir.

The 2018 Block G Pommard Clone is lush, jammy, and dense. Dark deep notes of rhubarb and plum on the nose complemented by sweet toast aromatics of butterscotch. Bright acidity accentuates flavors of cranberry and sweet cherry, with subtle tones of black pepper on the finish.

YEAR

2018

APPELLATION

Dundee Hills, Willamette Valley, Oregon | Block G - Pommard Clone

BLEND

100% Pinot Noir

ALCOHOL

14.2%

BARREL REGIMEN

16 months, 100% French oak, 22% new barrels
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Domaine de Broglie
Pinot Noir | Reserve

2018 was a very hot and dry season with fantastic weather during harvest. Normally, this would cause us to expect overripe fruit, but we were fortunate that this did not happen. The grapes developed sugar slowly and steadily and remained balanced. We were able to hang well into September for color and skin development. Great weather meant no concerns about rot or botrytis or rain damage at all. This was an ideal vintage, at least at Domaine de Broglie’s high elevation. The wines are generally extremely dark, with great mellow tannins, intense concen-trated fruit, and ideal acidity.

Dense, dark, and tannic, this spicy Pinot Noir is savory, with aromas of cedar and vanilla, and a mushroom earthiness, and herbal notes. Black fruit notes of blackberry and raspberry on the palate, coupled with black tea and chocolate. A brooding dark wine, that will age well.

YEAR

2018

APPELLATION

Dundee Hills, Willamette Valley, Oregon | Reserve

BLEND

100% Pinot Noir

ALCOHOL

14.9%

BARREL REGIMEN

16 month, 100% French Oak, 27% New Oak
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Domaine de Broglie
Brut Rosé | Block H | Pommard Clone

The 2018 Brut Rosé is the first of its kind for Domaine de Broglie, and is comprised of Pommard Clone Pinot Noir grapes from Block H of our estate vineyard. The fruit was harvested early, and the juice spent only a few hours on the skins to give it a beautiful light pink hue. Early harvest allowed for lower sugar levels in the slightly underripe fruit and a higher acidity that brings a refreshing crispness. The Brut Rosé was bottled in January 2019 to begin secondary fermentation, and en tirage for 18 months, riddled, and finally disgorged in September 2020.

The 2018 Brut Rosé has an expansive nose with dominant notes of tropical citrus, grapefruit, and lemon peel, coupled with a nice trace of nuttiness. Bright flavors on the palate include classic "Brut" notes, pomegranate, grapefruit, and a trace of red fruit and strawberry. There is a wonderful tension between sparkling mouthfeel and acidity, with nut and bread on the finish.

YEAR

2018

APPELLATION

Dundee Hills, Willamette Valley, Oregon | Block H | Pommard Clone

BLEND

99.5% Pinot Noir. 0.5% Chardonnay dosage.

ALCOHOL

14.2%

BARREL REGIMEN

Stainless steel, then bottled for secondary fermentation
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Domaine de Broglie
Pinot Gris

The 2020 growing season in Oregon was warm and dry, with near ideal ripening conditions. These conditions helped balance the fruit’s ripeness and texture with a crisp, natural acidity that’s important for Pinot Gris. This year’s fruit was exceptional, bringing a diverse array of nuances to both the nose, and the palate.

Sourced from several vineyard blocks in the Dundee Hills, our 2020 Pinot Gris boasts aromatic complexity featuring notes of citrus, honeysuckle, melon, and orange peel. Flavor nuances of key lime, lychee fruit, and Granny Smith apples mingle with notes of pineapple and mango. A subtle stony minerality gives the wine an elegant edge.

YEAR

2020

APPELLATION

Dundee Hills, Willamette Valley, Oregon

BLEND

100% Pinot Gris

ALCOHOL

13.7%

BARREL REGIMEN

Stainless Steel
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Domaine de Broglie
Rosé

The 2020 growing season remained predominantly warm and dry – close to ideal growing conditions. Light and mild rainfall during harvest, with this year’s fruit showing richness and complexity that translates to a distinctive year for Oregon wines.

Sweet and floral on the nose, with highlights of rose petal, hibiscus, and apricot. Crisp and bright palate, with notes of Pink Lady apple, pear, strawberry rhubarb pie, pomegranate, and a slate minerality on the finish. A refreshing and captivating Rosé, that is sure to delight.

YEAR

2020

APPELLATION

Dundee Hills, Willamette Valley, Oregon

BLEND

100% Pinot Noir

ALCOHOL

13.1%

BARREL REGIMEN

100% Stainless Steel
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Domaine de Broglie
Chardonnay

2019 harvest was a return to classic Oregon growing conditions. Generally cooler temperatures overall and early return of Fall rain with significant precipitation at the end of the growing season. 2019 wines will show naturally moderate alcohol levels and lively acidity, and exceptional flavor and color development.

Bright and lively with enticing aromas of pineapple, wet stone, caramel, and barrel toast on the nose. Citrus, pear, lemon zest, and limoncello notes dance on the palate, accompanied by a rich creaminess - a vibrant, stunning, well-balanced Chardonnay.

YEAR

2019

APPELLATION

Dundee Hills, Willamette Valley, Oregon

BLEND

100% Chardonnay

ALCOHOL

12.3%

BARREL REGIMEN

12 months in French oak, 30% new oak