When Bill Blosser and Susan Sokol Blosser planted their first vines in 1971, they needed all of their youthful self-confidence, energy and determination to make their way because there was no wine industry in Oregon. Today, with over 400 wineries and more than 19,000 acres of vineyards, Oregon wines are available throughout the world. Sokol Blosser has survived, grown and prospered as a family-owned and run operation, and they are proud to have been part of developing and shaping Oregon's now prominent wine industry.
Sokol Blosser strives to create wines of world class quality that are produced sustainably, mindful of the environment and your health, and that express the distinctive flavors of their hillside vineyards. Sokol Blosser wines reflect who they are – their values and their sense of place. We hope you enjoy them.
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We shortened the name to Evolution (we also trademarked it) and had fun with the package. The new label picks up similar elements of the old label with a fresh twist. It reflects how Evolution evolves: the same classic blend of 9 white grapes, each pressed separately, adding its own character. At... more
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The 2011 Dundee Hills Pinot Noir is perfumed with hints of toasty oak, black cherry, bright red fruits (raspberry and cranberry) and earth. Dark purple in color, with notes of rose petals and dried sage. It starts smooth in the palate with the red fruits and cherry and flavors of red currant,... more
This wine is showing plenty of development and complexity - mineral, stony, earth, and spice aromas, with flavors of apricot, peach, and fig. The mouthfeel is both crisp and very rich, concentrated, and creamy, with a long, lush finish.
Pairs well with salads, artisan cheeses and grilled herbed... more
The 2010 Dundee Hills Pinot Noir is perfumed with notes of rose petals, dried sage, and cigar box; leading to a focused palate of red currant, pomegranate, and signature Jory soil terroir with a spicy mineral finish. Possessing great depth of pure fruit flavor, a crystalline structure, and... more
This wine epitomizes everything Sokol Blosser
has stood for since we planted Sokol Blosser's first vines in 1971. The Dundee Hills Pinot Noir is born each year in the heart of Oregon's Pinot Noir country. A majority of the grapes are organically estate grown and are primarily from our new Dijon... more
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On the nose it displays mineral, stony, earth, citrus, and spice aromas, with flavors of apricot, apple, and fig.
The mouthfeel is crisp, dry, and refreshing, but also rich, concentrated, and creamy, with a long, lush finish. more
About fifty percent of the grapes for our 2008 Pinot Gris came from our own vineyards, with the balance coming from neighboring vineyards in the Dundee Hills. They were not de-stemmed or crushed, but pressed as whole clusters and given a slow, cool stainless steel tank fermentation lasting about... more
Our 2008 Dundee Hills Pinot Noir is truly an expression of this classic vintage. Complex and layered, with black cherry, berry, and earthy minerality, it has concentration and depth without being heavy. There's wonderful structure and texture, with soft, supple tannins and acidity for aging. ... more
Color: Dark Purple.
Aroma: Mocha, black cherry, and raspberry, and our distinctive Jory soil forest-floor earthiness is beginning to show through.
Taste: Delicate and elegant - soft, supple, harmonious, and already showing layers of complexity. more
Color: Dark purple.
Aroma: Black cherry, raspberry, truffles and cola/mocha componenents.
Taste: Tightly structured, with the fruit and acid for long-term aging, yet the tannins are soft, smooth, and polished.
At this very early stage in this wine's development the flavors and aromas are mostly... more
A slow, cool fermentation lasting about a month followed by a very extended period of lees contact has given this wine a firm, focused steely backbone and a creamy lushness.
2002 was another in a string of remarkably good Oregon vintages in the Northern Willamette Valley. After a brief, but heavy... more