Our estate 2 acre vineyard planted in 2008 on grafted root stock. This vineyard consists of the following pinot noir clones; 40% pommard, 40% 777, 20% 115. The soil is well drained jory with layers of ballistic rock. The exposure is south west with the spacing very tight, with just 4 feet between each vine. Expect a very concentrated wine from this vineyard.
Our 1 ½ acre south side estate vineyard planted in 2011 on it own roots. The pinot noir clones are 50% 667 and 50% 777. The soil is well drained jory with much more ballistic rock than the Laree vineyard. The spacing very tight, with just 4 feet between each vine. Expect a very concentrated wine from this vineyard.
Named for the owner’s ancestral home in Ireland, Horseleap Vineyard is located above the Tualatin River in Washington County, Oregon. The vineyard is at a elevation of approximately 200 to 300 feet in the North Willamette Valley wine appellation. The vineyard is about 6.75 acres in size and was planted in 2001 and 2002. Grafted vines were purchased from Loranne Nursery, a division of King Estate Winery in Eugene, Oregon. The majority of the vines are pinot noir. Approximately 2.5 acres are planted in the Dijon 777 clone graphed onto 101-14 root stock. The other 2.5 acres of pinot noir are the pommard clone graphed onto 3309 root stock.
Horseleap Vineyard has .5 acres of pinot gris vines which are a 146 clone graphed onto 3309 root stock and a 152 clone graphed onto a Reparia Gloire root stock. Rallison Cellars is the only vineyard producing Pinot Gris from Horseleap. The best wines from the most exclusive vineyard sites.
Barron-Wahl Vineyards are located at the 800 foot elevation on Parrett Mountain with valley views of the Willamette Valley and easterly toward beautiful Mt. Hood. The vineyard, located on Ladd Hill Road in Sherwood, was planted in 2001, with 100% pinot noir. Pommard clone make up most of the the plants but some 777 are also included in later plantings. In 2006, Barron-Wahl harvested their first vintage, and was awarded a Bronze Medal at the Oregon State Fair Wine Competition.
Barron-Wahl Vineyards was fortunate to obtain its first Pinot Noir starts from a friend and former teacher to Bill Wahl, Mr. Hal Medici. Mr. Medici is very well known for his pioneering wine-grape production and producing excellent wines.
Rallison Cellars is fortunate to source grapes for Barron-Wahl. This is truly a unique site and an example of the excellent wine grown on Parrett Mountain.
Pearl Family Vineyard
The Pearl FamilyVineyard consists of 18 acres, four of which have Viognier on 101-14 rootstock. The vineyard is on the banks of the beautiful Applegate River with abundant sunlight and soils that provide optimal drainage.
The growing season in Southern Oregon provides reliable ripening while allowing the sufficient hang time sufficient for the Viognier flavors to fully develop. Vineyard practices consist of annual cover crop in alternating rows to naturally replenish the nutrients in the soil. Plants are spur pruned and shoot thinned to avoid over cropping. Clusters are color thinned post veraision to assure uniformity. The Pearl approach is to let the plants do the work–help them, but stay out of the way.