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ADEA Wine Company

ADEA Wine Company We were introduced to the wine industry when we arrived in Yamhill County in 1984. Absorbing all we could, Dean, with the helpful efforts of Michael Etzel (Beaux Freres Vineyard) planted the estate vineyard in 1990. Also in 1990 the hobby began. Three barrels divided equally with the Beaux Freres family were treasured, tasted and bottled into a very rewarding wine. The trend grew and became a reality in 1995 when the first vintage of Fisher Family Cellars was handcrafted at the Medici Winery, Newberg, Oregon. Our focus remains to produce superior Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Gris. To blend the fruits from varying vineyards, thus, varying the soils, elevations, clones, micro-climates and flavors, we strive to produce the wines that show what the North Willamette Valley has to offer. 1995 through 1998 vintages were produced at the Medici Winery. In 1998 we were notified of a trademark conflict with the Fisher Family label. Not to be discouraged, we decided to move to a new idea. The first label with the new name: ADEA (Ann Dean Erica Adam, the Fisher family) was posted to the 1998 vintage when we had relocated to the Lemelson winery in Carlton, Oregon. While the name may have changed, the goal has not. The Fisher family continues to strive to make Oregon's tastiest premium Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Pinot Gris was added to the list in 1998. By focusing on limited production in all varietals close attention to each detail of the vintage is attainable. In 2002, we relocated from the Lemelson winery to our permanent facility here in Gaston. Located at the entrance to Yamhill County from the North, we are easy to find and have continued to source from hand-picked vineyards for our blends. The vineyards are all located within 25 miles of the winery in Yamhill and Washington Counties of the North Willamette Valley. Vineyards such as Whistling Ridge, Shea, Anderson Family, Hawks View, Laurel, Durant, Yamhill Valley and Coleman have all been exceptional contributors to the "flagship" Pinot Noir. In 2001, two single vineyard Pinot Noirs were bottled from the Coleman Vineyard and the Yamhill Valley Vineyard. The Pinot Noirs and Chardonnay have continually received award-winning reviews. After a two-year break Pinot Gris was added back to the production in 2003.

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26423 NW Highway 47, Gaston, OR, US, 97119 Email: info@adeawine.com
Phone: 503-662-4509 Web: www.adeawine.com
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Products



  Chardonnay
Pretty straw color with sweet fruit. Blend of dijon and 108 clones for exceptional balance.
  Chardonnay Willamette Valley
This a rich, balanced Chardonnay. A blend of dijon and 108 clones. Lots of fruit, soft and creamy with vanilla, butterscotch and pineapple-pear flavors. Light and tangy, with pleasant pear and citrus flavors, shaded with hints of pepper and toast. 675 cases made.--H.S. (the Wine Spectator)
  Chardonnay Willamette Valley
Inventory low. Blend of vineyards using low-yield 108 clone and a sampling of Dijon clone. Bright fruit on the nose and palate. Minerals linger with each taste. Wine Spectator April 30,2003 88 points. Light, well-mannered style offers pretty apple, citrus and date flavors, finishing with a grapefruit note, lingering nicely. 673 cases made. Spring 2003 issue WINE PRESS NORTHWEST RECOMMENDED Enjoy with shellfish or grilled salmon. Fall 2002 issue THE WINE ADVOCATE by Pierre-Antoine Rovani
  Chardonnay Willamette Valley
Earthy minerals and cidery flavors in this easy-drinking Chardonnay. 100% Dijon clone. 725 cases produced.
  Deano's Pinot Noir
Release Nov 2005. Barrel selection from five premium vineyards of the North Willamette Valley. Barrels chosen reflect the terroir, the cooperage as well as the superior fruit. Deep dark red color, big, dark cherry fruit.
  Deano's Pinot Pinot Noir
The first vintage produced and bottled at ADEA winery location. The perfect vintage conditions are reflected in the 2002 Dean-o's Pinot. Made from six Willamette Valley vineyards including young and old vines, varying terroir and clones. Beautifully textured, rich with blackberry and cherry flavors. Chocolate and spice tannins linger. 504 cases produced the Reserve of 2002
  Pinot Gris Willamette Valley
Only 20 cases remain available. Release April, 2004. Soft and fruit forward. Ripe pear and apple flavors linger with crisp acidity. Exceptional with crab cakes and appetizers. Drink now.
  Pinot Noir Coleman Vineyard
111 cases produced of this single vineyard bottling. Broad and generous, with a burnt edge to the cherry and red pepper flavors. Firm Finish.
  Pinot Noir Durant Vineyard
The first bottling designated to the Durant Vineyard although the fruit has been a particular piece of the Willamette Valley bottling for years. Located in the new Dundee Hills appellation. Fruity yet well-balanced and a perfect enhancement to that evening meal.
  Pinot Noir HawksView Vineyard
A perfect blend of two old favorite clones, Pommard and Wadensvil. Bright fruit, intense flavors.
  Pinot Noir Willamette Valley
Deep and attractive ruby red color. Aromas of burnt sugar and cherries with a fresh forest scent in the background. Very sweet cherry and raspberry fruit flavors attack the tongue. 578 cases produced
  Reserve Pinot Noir Willamette Valley
Handcrafted blend from three vineyards. 100% Pommard clone Pinot Noir, vines are 14 years and older ADEA estate, Coleman and HawksView vineyards. Well-balanced integrated with dark fruit and traces of chocolate and spice aromas.
  Reserve Pinot Noir Willamette Valley
Very Limited quantity. 105 cases produced. Handcrafted blend from three vineyards. 100% Pommard clone Pinot Noir, vines are 14 years and older ADEA estate, Coleman and HawksView vineyards. Well-balanced integrated with dark fruit and traces of chocolate and spice aromas.
  Rose of Pinot Noir

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