Ribbon Ridge Wine Willamette Valley, Oregon

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        • Beaux Freres Belles Soeurs Pinot Noir 2019  Front Label
          Beaux Freres Belles Soeurs Pinot Noir 2019
          Pinot Noir from Ribbon Ridge, Willamette Valley, Oregon
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        • Beaux Freres The Beaux Freres Vineyard Pinot Noir 2019  Front Label
          Beaux Freres The Beaux Freres Vineyard Pinot Noir 2019
          Pinot Noir from Ribbon Ridge, Willamette Valley, Oregon
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        Learn about Ribbon Ridge wine, common tasting notes, where the region is and more ...

        Ribbon Ridge is a regular span of uplifted, marine, sedimentary soils (called Willakenzie), whose highest ridge elevations twist like a ribbon. An early settler from Missouri named Colby Carter noticed this unique topography and gave the region its name in 1865—though but it wasn’t declared its own AVA until 140 years later, in 2005. The AVA is enclosed by mountains on all sides between Yamhill-Carlton and the Chehalem Mountains, and is actually part of the larger Chehalem Mountains AVA. Its soils have a finer texture than its neighbors with parent materials composed of sandstone, siltstone, and mudstone. Given its presence of natural aquifers in this five square mile area, most vineyards are actually easily dry farmed!

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