A 99 Pointer: Voices of Willamette Chardonnay

Whether you're a Willamette Valley Chardonnay aficionado or newcomer, this Chardonnay 6-pack is for you. Six of the leading voices in Willamette Valley Chard, from tiny mom-and-pop to international powerhouse. From the Godfather of Oregon wine to its most vocal new generation. From Chards too small in production to be submitted for scores to a 99-pointer.

Yes, a 99 point Willamette Valley Chard, tying as the highest rated Willamette Valley Chardonnay in history, from any scorer or publication. And it is available only in our Voices of Willamette Valley Chardonnay 6-pack!

New Chard releases from Drouhin Roserock, Eyrie, Walter Scott, Twill, Morgen Long, and Hundred Suns—each as wonderful as its peers.

$199 - save 10% on the 6-pack sampler

One bottle each:
Drouhin Roserock Eola-Amity Hills 2019
The Eyrie Vineyards Estate 2020
Walter Scott Cuvee Anne 2020
Twill Willamette Valley 2020
Morgen Long Willamette Valley 2020
Hundred Suns Old Eight Cut 2020

Available ONLY in the Chardonnay 6-pack

99 points The Wine Advocate: "The 2019 Chardonnay from Domaine Drouhin Roserock is absolutely stunning, and I simply can't put it down. It explodes with singular scents of fenugreek, sage and dried flowers streaked with graphite, and it glides across the palate like satin, an integrated tang drawing out lemongrass-like accents that add a touch of exoticism to this cuvée. It finishes with extraordinary length."

$29.95 in any 12 bottle or Build a Case order ($32.95 regular)

Eyrie is the godfather of Oregon wine. The first to plant Pinot noir in the Willamette Valley, the first to plant Pinot gris in North America, the first to show the world Oregon Chardonnay's aging prowess—Eyrie's revelatory 30-year vertical tasting of their Chardonnays (which I was very fortunate to attend) was a major catalyst for the Oregon Chard renaissance. But this is no mere "lifetime achievement award": under second-generation winemaker Jason Lett, The Eyrie Vineyards' wines have never been better.

$35.95 in any 12 bottle or Build a Case order ($39.95 regular)

No conversation about Willamette Valley Chard is complete without Walter Scott. They've been among the handful of bus drivers and drum majors leading the market. Cuvee Anne is their vision for Willamette Valley Chardonnay and what a bright vision it is! What begins with exceptional fruit—80% Freedom Hill and 20% Seven Springs vineyards—is crafted with the signature Walter Scott style. Energy and tension, mouth-filling flavor and texture. If you know it you love it and if you don't know it, it's high time you change that.

$22.95 in any 12 bottle or Build a Case order ($24.95 regular)

Twill may be a quieter voice within the Chardonnay discussion due to their micro-production but those who know, know: Twill Chards are among the Willamette Valley's finest. When you consider the mind-bending value of this Willamette Valley blend, you have liquid gold. Loaded with lime, from scents of lime blossom to key lime pie with a graham cracker crust and a dollop of fresh cream—it's complex in all the rights ways yet completely friendly.

$35.95 in any 12 bottle or Build a Case order ($39.95 regular)

We call this "the ambassador" because it both represents the Morgen Long style and serves as a representative of the best elements of Willamette Valley Chard. This year's blend is 15% Durant, 25% X Omni, and 59% Yamhill vineyards. It's fabulous!

Delicate, vivid aromatics of pink grapefruit, key lime, Asian pear, lemon balm, pine sap and crushed rocks. Austere green citrus flavors are steely smooth with wet mineral flourishes, delicate and electric.

$27.95 in any 12 bottle or Build a Case order ($29.95 regular)

A tremendous value that has it all: great Chardonnay character, a rounded and mouth-filling texture, depth and intrigue, wonderful balance. This hits the nail on Grant's winemaking vision—to create a layered wine of great complexity that is, first and foremost, totally delicious! 

We know what makes up the backbone of the 2020 Old Eight Cut: Koosah Vineyard. It is no understatement to say that Koosah is one of the handful of most exciting Oregon vineyards planted in the last ten years. To have all that energy channeled into a sub-$30 Chard is electrifying!