Willamette Valley Chardonnay is ascending, and rightfully so. Winemaker Alex Fullerton explains what makes our Five FACES Chardonnay so compelling and delicious. Barrel fermented with elegant, lifted acidity, this wine keeps us smiling year round. Purchase here.
Alex explains how the vineyards and fermentation vessels contribute to our staple Willamette Valley pinot noir offering at Fullerton Wines, Five FACES Pinot Noir. The 2016 vintage is elegant, aromatic, and effortlessly drinkable. Purchase here.
This newly released 2017 vintage Mae’s Vineyard Syrah showcases the importance of detail and craft in the winemaking process. Smoke from wildfires added a challenge to the winemaking that required new strategies to minimize the smoke’s impact on the finished wine. The result is so stunning we will be implementing many of these techniques in the future, wildfires or not. Purchase here.
Alex Fullerton tastes 2017 Three Otters Chardonnay while explaining how this unoaked wine brings freshness and layers. This week’s #sixfootaparty takes on a steely tone. Purchase here.
Alex Fullerton tastes our 2019 Rosé on the roof, sharing the backstory on the wine, and the “tension” that makes this wine compelling. Purchase here.

Alex explains what makes our Three Otters Pinot Gris so aromatically attractive, and reminds us how to #sixfootaparty. Purchase here.

Alex tastes 2017 Three Otters Pinot Noir, and gives some insight into the style of this wine, the vineyards, and our #sixfootaparty that respects social distancing. Purchase here.

We’ve released our 2017 vintage of Mae’s Vineyard Syrah from the Applegate Valley of southern Oregon. Deeply pitched and delicious, you need to get your hands on this limited production wine (50 cases produced). Complete story coming soon in full length release video.

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