Golden Cluster Coury Vineyard Semillon 2019
Coury Vineyard (now called David Hill Vineyard), planted in 1966. These are some of the oldest vines in Oregon and they represent the beginnings of Oregon’s modern wine industry or as Coury called it, “a wine renaissance”. This vineyard is also home to the rare and mysterious “Coury Clone” of Pinot Noir. We like to remind people however, that that “Coury Clone” should be referred to as “COURY CLONES” as there are more than one rare clone of grape that Mr. Coury… (clears throat) …imported. Our Flora and Savagnin Rose wines are the oldest plantings of these grapes in the USA. They are also the only single varietal bottlings of these grapes in the USA as well. These are not only rare Oregon wines, but rare American wines.