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Fairsing means “bountiful” in ancient Gaelic, reflecting the plentiful resources of our large, diverse site.
Fairsing Vineyard is a sustainable Pinot noir grower in Oregon’s Yamhill-Carlton American Viticulture Area (AVA). We have 38 acres of Pinot noir and 2 acres of Chardonnay in production.
Our vineyard is nestled inside an 80-acre Certified Family Forest, distinguished by biodiversity, varied topography and panoramic views of the Northern Willamette Valley. There are numerous ridges with deep intervening draws, acres of new and mature forest, streams flowing year-round and abundant wildlife.
There is a splendid range of microclimates across the vineyard. This diversity adds subtle complexities to our wines. Our ideal south to southeast site aspect combines with a varied topography to create unique maturation profiles. Some vine blocks rest on top of rolling ridges, others spread across smooth steep slopes and a few blocks are nestled in sloping bowls. On summer nights, the vineyard is cooled from various directions: northwest from the Pacific Coast Range, northeast from the Columbia Gorge, and southwest from the Van Douser Corridor.
Pinot noir loves our site because of the confluence of soils, site aspects and location. The foundation of the vineyard is coarse-grained, silty-loam soils that developed from ancient marine sediments. Predominant soils are the Windy Gap and Bellpine series; with Goodin and Dupee series also prevalent.
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