Producer of Premium Pinot Noir and Italian-style Wines

Tasting Room
14135 NW Timmerman Road Forest Grove, Oregon 97116
(Highway 6 at Milepost 44)


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2011 Apolloni Estate Pinot Noir

2011 Apolloni Estate Pinot Noir

A cool, long growing season is reflected in our elegant estate Pinot Noir. This wine opens with floral perfume, spice, cedar and a hint of smoke. On the palate, pie cherry, currants, tobacco and clove layer into fine tannins, building to a lovely, long finish with notes of cocoa and sweet vanilla. The fruit is sourced from our sustainably farmed vineyard and aged for 16 months in one-third new French oak barrels. The wine can be enjoyed now and is also a good candidate for aging.

Harvest date: 24 October – 4 November, 2011
Pinot clones: Dijon 113, 114, 115, 667, 777, Pommard and Wadenswil
Sugar at harvest: 21.5º Brix
pH at harvest: 3.35
461 Cases Produced


2011 Apolloni Cuvee L Pinot Noir

2013 Apolloni L Cuvee Pinot Noir

Our “L Cuvee” label, named in honor of Laurine Apollloni, and uniquely represents the Willamette Valley's exceptional 2012 vintage.  Intensely expressive aromas of black currant, plum and dark cherry are delicately laced with black pepper and spice over floral notes, and just a hint of vanilla.  On the palate, it is balanced and smooth, with lots of ripe fruit, pleasant, chewy tannins and a persistent and long, round finish. This wine is sourced from our family’s sustainably farmed vineyards in the northern Willamette Valley. 

Appellation: Willamette Valley
Harvest date: 2 - 13 October 
Pinot clones: Dijon 113, 114, 115, 667, 777, Pommard and Wadenswil
 Sugar at harvest: 24.2º Brix pH at harvest: 3.28
Alcohol: 13.8%  
585 Cases Produced


2013 Apolloni Pinot Blanc

The green-skinned sister of Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc is ideally suited for the cooler climate of the Willamette Valley. Made in the traditional Italian Pinot Bianco style, this lovely wine marries beautiful floral aromas of pear blossom and honeysuckle with bright fruit flavors and subtle minerality to produce a delightful and lively palate. A perfect shellfish partner or complement to spicy Asian or Indian food

Appellation:  Willamette Valley

Harvest Date:  2- 15 October, 2013

Sugar at harvest:  21 Brix

pH:  3.20

TA at harvest: 7.1  g/L

Alcohol:  12.5% by volume
391 Cases Produced


2013 Apolloni Estate Pinot Grigio

Made from fruit grown at the north end of the Willamette Valley, this crisp and clean wine has wonderful tropical fruit aromas, fresh flavors of honeydew melon and Asian pear, a bright citrus finish and a balance of stony minerality.  Made in the Italian Pinot Grigio style traditional of Veneto and Friuli.  Pairs beautifully with seafood, chicken, risotto and summer salads.

Appellation:  Willamette Valley
Harvest: 5 – 14 October, 2013
Sugar at Harvest: 22.° Brix
pH: 3.17
Alcohol: 13.5%
Cases Produced: 378


2013 Apolloni Estate Chardonnay

Produced exclusively from the fruit of our sustainably farmed vineyard, this uniquely fresh and fruit-focused Chardonnay is made in a traditional Italian style. It is fermented only in stainless steel with minimal manipulation and no secondary malolactic fermentation. With an elegant white peach and orange blossom nose, this full flavored and luscious wine pairs perfectly with your favorite hard cheeses and grilled fish.

 Appellation:  Willamette Valley
Harvest date:  13 October, 2013
Sugar at harvest: 21.3º Brix
pH at harvest: 3.22
Alcohol: 13.1% by volume
228 Cases Produced


2014 Apolloni Rosé

This delightful Rosé wakes up your pallet with birght strawberry and rhubard, followed by a smooth and lingering finish.  Aromas of honeysuckle and driend flowers will remind you of a warm and sunny afternoon.  Enjoy this Rosé with seasonal vegetables, chicken, fish and port, or just on its own.  
Grape varieties:  Pinot Noir  and Viognier
Appellation: Oregon
Harvest Dates: 4 - 9 October 
Sugar at Harvest:  20.5 - 24 Brix
pH:  3.26
Alcohol: 13.3%
427 Cases produced


2010 Conti di Val Seriana Soleggio

2010 Conti di Val Seriana Soleggio

Soleggio, which means sunshine in Italian, represents the sunshine-ripened grapes, which make up this Super Tuscan style blend. Sangiovese provides the bright fruit, Cabernet Sauvignon the structure, while Merlot adds balance and spice. This wine opens with a burst of ripe plumbs, fig and bright cherry while the structured tannins tie the black pepper, toast and coffee notes into a long lasting finish. Enjoy this wine with flavorful dishes, including cheeses and roasted meats.
Grape Varietals: 57% Sangiovese – Candy Mountain, 25% Cabernet Sauvignon – Pepper Bridge , 18 % Merlot – Pepper Bridge
Appellation: Columbia Valley
Harvest Date:  September 30- October 23 2010
Sugar at harvest:  25.4° Brix avg
pH at Harvest:  3.55 avg
Alcohol:  14.8 % by volume
510 Cases Produced


2008 Conti di Val Seriana Ciel du Cheval Sangiovesse

2012 Conti di Val Seriana Candy Mountain Sangiovesse


2012 Apolloni  Dolce Vino Viognier

This wonderful dessert wine brings out the floral, apricot, and spice flavors unique to the Viognier grape. It’s sweet, citrus flavor will compliment ripened cheese, baked fruit desserts and Crème Brulee., Made in the ice-wine style, the concentrated flavors and aromas capture the essence of the sunny growing season in each small bottle.  Enjoy this candy for adults!

Appellation:  Oregon

Vineyards:  Seven Hills & Daisy Creek

Harvest:  18 & 25 September  2012

Sugar at harvest:  24° Brix

Sugar at ferment:  36° Brix

pH:  3.51

Residual sugar:  17.4%

Alcohol:  12.3 % by volume

336 Cases Produced


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