The 2018 Chemistry Pinot Noir is a wine with a deep, glowing garnet color, and inviting aromatics of dark berries like boysenberry and black raspberry, earth, and baking spice. The wine is bright on the front palate showing initial flavors of cranberry that evolve to tart cherry and earth with structured tannins on mid-palate and finish.
James Suckling 91 Points
Kindled in the midst of transition, the Stoller Family Estate and Chehalem winemakers were presented the opportunity to collaborate. This allowed the two estate-driven, tenured wineries the chance to further explore the Willamette Valley. The bond was formed.
The story of Chemistry began 30 years ago when Owner and Founder, Bill Stoller, followed his passion for wine. An initial investor, Bill quickly became a partner in Chehalem Winery and purchased his family’s farm with the vision of cultivating a world-class vineyard. As his dream evolved, Bill decided to launch his own winery, Stoller Family Estate, in 2001. For the next 15 years, his two wineries remained relatively independent of one another, until Bill’s partner retired in 2018, and he assumed ownership of both wineries. The winemakers seized the opportunity to broaden their palates and collaborate.
Chemistry wines are made for life’s everyday moments.