Dundee Hills

The red iron rich basalt soils of the Dundee hills were where David Lett first established the Eyrie vineyard back in 1965, and in fact almost all early plantings took place here. A small hill range to the south of the Chehalem mountains, it is generally a little warmer than some other AVAs, by virtue of its protected position and distance from the Van Duzer corridor, but still very much affected by night time fogs which cools the clay in the basalt soils long after the sun has come up. These are some of the most classical wines in the valley, red fruited and perfumed but built on iron rich minerals and handsome structures.

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