Stoller is the largest site in Oregon's Dundee Hills. The property spans 373 acres with approximately 180 under vine on elevations ranging from 200 to 600 feet. The surrounding mountain ranges buffer the site and provide a warmer microclimate, which allows for consistent ripening.
Owner Bill Stoller, also co-owner of Chelalem Winery, planted his first ten acres each of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay in 1995 on his estate that was acquired from family members in 1993. True to his Oregon upbringing, Bill sees himself as a custodian of the land he loves, and cares deeply about sustainability and environmental protection. Driven by these values, he sought to create a business that would last for the next two centuries and beyond. Winemaker Melissa Burr strives to create wines of balance and elegance that exemplify the uniqueness of each vineyard and the vintage they arose from. The volcanic soil, elevation, exposure, and weather of the Dundee Hills site all combine to create the perfect conditions for growing cool-climate wine grapes.
- Agricultural Standards: Sustainable