Domaine Drouhin Oregon

Our Wines

All of our wines are crafted by hand in our four-level gravity flow winery built atop the Drouhin family’s 235 acre estate in the Dundee Hills of Oregon.

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Roserock
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Domaine Drouhin Oregon

Established in 1987, Domaine Drouhin Oregon is owned by the Drouhin Family of Burgundy. Fourth-generation winemaker Véronique Boss-Drouhin produces wines of distinction, balance, elegance, and longevity. Philippe Drouhin, who oversees the family vineyards in Burgundy and Oregon, is responsible for the 225-acre estate. Today, 130 acres are under vine and are certified sustainable by L.I.V.E. The Family’s principled approach to viticulture and winemaking, and long experience with Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, have earned an international reputation for excellence.

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Drouhin Oregon Roserock

Roserock continues the Family’s commitment to Oregon in the newest chapter of the Drouhin story. The Roserock vineyard, purchased in 2013, is an exceptional terroir, marked by volcanic soils, cooler temperatures, and an ideal elevation range. Roserock reflects the singular Drouhin approach, celebrating patience and nuance, elegance and complexity, and above all, finesse.

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Joseph Drouhin

Founded in Beaune in 1880, Maison Joseph Drouhin’s cellars have spread from the historical Cellars of the Dukes of Burgundy and the Kings of France in Beaune (12th-18th centuries) to the Moulin de Vaudon, an 18th Century watermill in Chablis. Rigorous attention to detail, self-imposed discipline, a desire to learn, a strong sense of values, passion and daring, are the qualities that have been handed down through the generations, together with the art of winemaking and a never-ending search for excellence. Today, the fourth generation is at the helm leading the way in both France and Oregon.

Please Note: Joseph Drouhin wines can only be shipped to these states: AK, CA, DC, FL, HI, MA, MN, MT, NC, NE, NV, NH, NM, ND, OK, OR, SC, TN, VA, WI, and WY

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Library Wines

From time to time, we release a limited number of wines from our library for you to access. This is an exceptionally rare opportunity to secure a piece of DDO history and makes for a fascinating insight into winemaker Véronique Boss-Drouhin’s ability to embrace each year’s challenges and find the excellence within.

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Become a part of the DDO Family! By signing up at either the Classique, Classique Mid or Classique Plus wine club level, you’ll enjoy all of the benefits of membership, and will automatically receive each of our four* wines as they are released throughout the year.

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Recent Oregon Vintages

2005

2005’s winter months were unusually dry and warm, which led to early bud break. A relatively cool, wet spring slowed the maturation process down, causing uneven flowering over an extended period and, ultimately, painfully low yields. But the vines enjoyed a lovely, moderate summer and an easy September, leading to excellent ripening and an ideal October harvest.

Arthur: Ready – At Peak Maturity
Edition Limitée Chardonnay: Can Drink – May Be Past Peak
Rosé: No Wine Made
Dundee Hills Pinot Noir: Can Drink – Not Yet At Peak
Laurène: Can Drink – Not Yet At Peak
Edition Limitée Pinot Noir: No Wine Made
Louise Cuvée: Can Drink – Not Yet At Peak

2006

The 2006 growing season was warm and mild, finishing in splendid fashion with a relaxed, two-week harvest window. Our goal is to pick fruit when flavor and great complexity have been achieved, and 2006 was certainly successful in that regard.

Arthur: Ready – At Peak Maturity
Edition Limitée Chardonnay: Can Drink – May Be Past Peak
Rosé: No Wine Made
Dundee Hills Pinot Noir: Ready – At Peak Maturity
Laurène: Ready – At Peak Maturity
Edition Limitée Pinot Noir: No Wine Made
Louise Cuvée: Ready – At Peak Maturity

2007

2007 will long be remembered for the lovely, graceful growing season that led up to a rather stressful harvest. Robert, Véronique and Philippe Drouhin literally spent three October weeks in a high-stakes chess match with the vineyards. In the end, a year’s worth of superb viticulture and a month of microscopic attention to detail allowed for a very successful vintage. It’s been easier before and since, but vignerons live for the challenge.

Arthur: Ready – At Peak Maturity
Edition Limitée Chardonnay: In Decline – May Be Undrinkable
Rosé: In Decline – May Be Undrinkable
Dundee Hills Pinot Noir: Ready – At Peak Maturity
Laurène: Ready – At Peak Maturity
Edition Limitée Pinot Noir: No Wine Made
Louise Cuvée: Ready – At Peak Maturity

2008

2008 was simply an incredible vintage in Oregon. Though we could have wished for higher yields given the incredible quality, we are grateful for what we have. Overall, it was a long, relatively cool growing season, which allowed for full ripeness, strong acidity and lower alcohols.

Arthur: Ready – At Peak Maturity
Edition Limitée Chardonnay: Ready – At Peak Maturity
Rosé: No Wine Made
Dundee Hills Pinot Noir: Ready – At Peak Maturity
Laurène: Ready – At Peak Maturity
Edition Limitée Pinot Noir: No Wine Made
Louise Cuvée: Can Drink – Not Yet At Peak

2009

In the Dundee Hills, 2009 will be remembered as an exceptionally long growing season that ended in a relatively relaxed, even harvest. The accumulated heat throughout the season, in addition to a September heat spike, yielded wines with full fruit character – powerful, but balanced. Much like 2004 and 2006, these are wines that have an immediate charm but will age gracefully.

Arthur: Ready – At Peak Maturity
Edition Limitée Chardonnay: Ready – At Peak Maturity
Rosé: In Decline – May Be Undrinkable
Dundee Hills Pinot Noir: Ready – At Peak Maturity
Laurène: Can Drink – Not Yet At Peak
Edition Limitée Pinot Noir: No Wine Made
Louise Cuvée: Ready – At Peak Maturity

2010

2010 is a spectacular Oregon vintage, reaffirming the magic of Pinot Noir & Chardonnay grown in a cool climate. The harvest was the second latest on record at the time in the Dundee Hills, and though we wrung our hands until the last minute, we were rewarded with outstanding fruit.

Arthur: Ready – At Peak Maturity
Edition Limitée Chardonnay: Ready – At Peak Maturity
Rosé: In Decline – May Be Undrinkable
Dundee Hills Pinot Noir: Ready – At Peak Maturity
Laurène: Can Drink – Not Yet At Peak
Edition Limitée Pinot Noir: No Wine Made
Louise Cuvée: Ready – At Peak Maturity

2011

2011 will be remembered as Oregon’s latest growing season ever with a cool and wet September turning into a dry and moderately warm October. Harvest lasted into November, allowing for full maturity and excellent flavor development.

Arthur: Ready – At Peak Maturity
Edition Limitée Chardonnay: Ready – At Peak Maturity
Rosé: In Decline – May Be Undrinkable
Dundee Hills Pinot Noir: Ready – At Peak Maturity
Laurène: Can Drink – Not Yet At Peak
Edition Limitée Pinot Noir: Ready – At Peak Maturity
Louise Cuvée: Ready – At Peak Maturity

2012

2012 was an exciting growing season and we’re thrilled with how delicious the wines are. The signature for the year was the extended dry period leading up to harvest and the overall warmth of the season. In contrast to the cooler 2010 and 2011 vintages, 2012 delivered gorgeous, ripe fruit, with wonderfully intense flavors

Arthur: Ready – At Peak Maturity
Edition Limitée Chardonnay: Ready – At Peak Maturity
Rosé: In Decline – May Be Undrinkable
Dundee Hills Pinot Noir: Can Drink – Not Yet At Peak
Laurène: Can Drink – Not Yet At Peak
Edition Limitée Pinot Noir: Ready – At Peak Maturity
Louise Cuvée: Ready – At Peak Maturity

2013

The 2013 growing season was warm and relatively even. Picking began in mid-September under clear skies, and after a surprise burst of weather, optimal conditions returned for the last few days of picking. The result is an interesting marriage of cooler and warmer year characteristics, making 2013 a unique, balanced and exciting vintage in the Dundee Hills.

Arthur: Ready – At Peak Maturity
Edition Limitée Chardonnay: Ready – At Peak Maturity
Rosé: In Decline – May Be Undrinkable
Dundee Hills Pinot Noir: Ready – At Peak Maturity
Laurène: Can Drink – Not Yet At Peak
Edition Limitée Pinot Noir: No Wine Made
Louise Cuvée: Ready – At Peak Maturity

2014

We’re still in awe of the 2014 harvest, an intense, long, and very promising finish to what was an extraordinary year in the vineyards. We saw bud break in mid-April, a warmer than average spring led into an even, dry and often hot summer. Harvest began in mid-September under clear skies, which continued for a remarkable four straight weeks. Looking back, it seems like the perfect marriage of hard work and very good luck, two of a farmer’s best friends.

Arthur: Ready – At Peak Maturity
Edition Limitée Chardonnay: Can Drink – Not Yet At Peak
Rosé: In Decline – May Be Undrinkable
Dundee Hills Pinot Noir: Can Drink – Not Yet At Peak
Laurène: Can Drink – Not Yet At Peak
Edition Limitée Pinot Noir: Can Drink – Not Yet At Peak
Louise Cuvée: Can Drink – Not Yet At Peak

2015

If vintages have twins, one could say that 2014 and 2015 are nearly ‘jumeaux identiques’. The warm, long growing season brought us a second straight harvest of exceptional quality. We began picking on September 9, and the next three weeks brought us day after day of beautiful, ripe fruit. In 2015, we simply raised our glasses and said, ‘thank you’.

Arthur: Can Drink – Not Yet At Peak
Edition Limitée Chardonnay: Can Drink – Not Yet At Peak
Rosé: Can Drink – May Be Past Peak
Dundee Hills Pinot Noir: Can Drink – Not Yet At Peak
Laurène: Can Drink – Not Yet At Peak
Edition Limitée Pinot Noir: Can Drink – Not Yet At Peak
Louise Cuvée: Can Drink – Not Yet At Peak

2016

2016 marks the third consecutive season of warm, dry and largely harmonious growing conditions. Spring came early, and the vineyards enjoyed the warmer and drier weather. This helped maintain small clusters and berries that could mature evenly between bloom and harvest. In fact, harvest began during the last days of August, but a cooler September allowed us to achieve an overall balance of flavor and layered complexity.

Arthur: Can Drink – Not Yet At Peak
Edition Limitée Chardonnay: Can Drink – Not Yet At Peak
Rosé: Can Drink – May Be Past Peak
Dundee Hills Pinot Noir: Can Drink – Not Yet At Peak
Laurène: Can Drink – Not Yet At Peak
Edition Limitée Pinot Noir: Can Drink – Not Yet At Peak
Louise Cuvée: Can Drink – Not Yet At Peak

2017

A cool winter, followed by a cool and wet spring, slowed the arrival of bud break. Summer temperatures were largely warm, but moderate weather arrived by late August, allowing fruit maturation to slow. By the middle of September temperatures were perfect. Over the course of nearly three weeks, we were able to harvest parcels at optimal ripeness. In the end 2017 gave us beautifully balanced fruit with delightful flavors and lovely length.

Arthur: Can Drink – Not Yet At Peak
Edition Limitée Chardonnay: Hold
Rosé: Ready
Dundee Hills Pinot Noir: Hold
Laurène: Hold
Edition Limitée Pinot Noir: Hold
Louise Cuvée: Hold

2018

Our exceptional run of vintages here in Oregon continues with 2018. The season started on a slightly wet and cool note leading to late bud break but caught up quickly. After dry weather and occasional heat spikes in July and August, the end of summer brought comfortable temperatures, a little rainfall, and the perfect set up for harvest.

Arthur: Hold
Edition Limitée Chardonnay: Hold
Rosé: Ready
Dundee Hills Pinot Noir: Hold
Laurène: Hold
Edition Limitée Pinot Noir: Hold
Louise Cuvée: Hold

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