' Fullerton Wines - Vineyards


Apolloni Vineyard Ivy Slope Vineyard Lichtenwalter Vineyard Arborbrook Vineyard Nemarniki Vineyard Bella Vida Vineyard Fir Crest Vineyard Momtazi Vineyards Bjornson Vineyard Wetzel Vineyard Croft Vineyard Bennett Vineyard

Ivy Slope Estate Vineyard

Our ½ acre parcel of Chardonnay, planted on Susanne and Eric’s property in Beaverton, Ivy Slope Vineyard rests on a very steep slope once covered by English Ivy. 468 grapevines and over 100 roses call the terraced Ivy Slope Vineyard home. The vineyard started with 20 vines of Davis 108 clone, and a year later Dijon clones 76, 95, and 96 completed the planting. The first significant crop was harvested on September 15, 2014. The fruit shows great promise.

Estate Ivy Slope Vineyard in dappled morning lightElevation: 500 to 525 ft.
Clones: Dijon 76, 95, 96, and Davis 108
Exposure: Southeast
Soil: Cornelius
AVA: Willamette Valley

Fruit used in the following wines: Lux Chardonnay, Five FACES Chardonnay



Apolloni Vineyard

Fantastic attention to detail combines with an excellent north valley site to produce compelling and balanced fruit. L.I.V.E. and Salmon Safe certified. 

Apolloni Vineyard above the fog in morning light

Elevation: 350-600 ft.
Clones: 667, 777, Pommard, Chard 76
Exposure: South/Southwest/Southeast
Soil: Melbourne
AVA: Willamette Valley

Fruit used in the following wines: Five FACES Chardonnay, Five FACES Pinot Noir


ArborBrook Vineyard

Located parallel to the Ribbon Ridge on Calkins Lane in the Chehalem Mountains, Arborbrook Vineyard grows in ancient silt-stone derived soils comprised of ancient sea-bed. Elevations of 300-400 feet and well-drained soils make for a dark fruit profile and spice-laden, earthy Pinot Noir. Predominantly southeast to south facing slopes allow for ample sun and plenty of rays to ripen without being baked in the late afternoon heat.


ArborBrook Vineyard with rising moon

Elevation: 300-400 ft.
Clones: 115, 667, 777, 943, Pommard, Coury  
Exposure: South/Southeast
Soil: Dupee sedimentary soils 
AVA: Chehalem Mountains

Fruit used in the following wines: ArborBrook Vineyard Pinot Noir, Five FACES Pinot Noir


Bella Vida Vineyard

Perched high in the heart of the Dundee Hills, this picturesque vineyard provides elegant fruit from the storied Jory soils of the AVA. L.I.V.E. certified.

Bella Vida Vineyard in the Dundee Hills of Oregon

Elevation: 600-700 ft.
Clones: 113, 667, 777
Exposure: South/Southwest
Soil: Jory
AVA: Dundee Hills

Fruit used in the following wines: Bella Vida Vineyard Pinot Noir, Five FACES Pinot Noir


Bennett Vineyard

This mid-valley site provides beautifully raised fruit passed from one family to another. 


Elevation: 300-400 ft.
Clones: 115, 777, Pommard
Exposure: East/Southeast/Northeast
Soil: Bellpine
AVA: Willamette Valley

Fruit used in the following wines: Bennett Vineyard Pinot Noir, Three Otters Pinot Noir (first vintage in 2015)


Bjornson Vineyard

Surrounded by famed neighbors, this Eola-Amity Hills site yields beautiful and complex fruit thanks to an ideal micro-climate and soils. Certified Salmon Safe and L.I.V.E.


Elevation: 450-560 ft.
Clones: 115, 777, Pommard and Wadensville
Exposure: South/Southwest
Soil: Jory and Nekia
AVA: Eola-Amity Hills

Fruit used in the following wines: Bjornson Vineyard Pinot Noir, Five FACES Pinot Noir


Croft Vineyards

Located outside of Monmouth, south of the Eola-Amity Hills AVA, Croft Vineyards organically farms two distinct sites. The main Croft Vineyard sits on a long, gradual, southeast facing slope while the Croft-Williamson Vineyard sits on a steep southwest facing slope. The soils are primarily Bellpine Series with small inclusions of other soil types, such as Willakenzie and Jory. Both Croft Vineyard sites sit within a slightly warmer microclimate protected from the Van Duzer Winds by the Coast Range and surrounding hills. Croft yields concentrated, deeply colored wines with red and dark berry notes alongside aromas of spice, and damp, lush pine forest.

Pinot Noir hanging in Croft VineyardCroft-Main
Elevation: 400-500 ft.
Clones: 115 and Pommard
Exposure: Southeast
Soil: Bellpine
AVA: Willamette Valley 


Elevation: 500-600 ft.
Clones: Wädenswil
Exposure: Southwest
Soil: Bellpine
AVA: Willamette Valley

Fruit used in the following wines: Croft Vineyard Pinot Noir, Five FACES Pinot Noir


Fir Crest Vineyard

A dry farmed and LIVE certified vineyard in the western Yamhill-Carlton AVA, we source from one block of 30-year-old vines and one block of 23-year-old vines for our Fir Crest Pinot Noir. This site produces Pinot Noir akin to a wise sage speaking profoundly and melodiously. The well-draining sedimentary soil derives from ancient sea floor—a stunning site all-around.

Fir Crest Vineyard in the Coast Range foothills
Elevation: 250-400 ft.
Clones: 115 and Pommard
Exposure: South/Southeast
Soil: Willakenzie
AVA: Yamhill-Carlton

Fruit used in the following wines: Fir Crest Pinot Noir, Five FACES Pinot Noir


Lichtenwalter Vineyard

On the western slope of the south-facing Ribbon Ridge sits the lovely Lichtenwalter Vineyard. Here Willakenzie soils, derived from ancient sedimentary seabed, coax black fruits and concentrated spices out of the wines.

Phoebe in Lichtenwalter Vineyard in the Ribbon Ridge AVA of Oregon Elevation: 350-400 ft. 
Clones: 777
Exposure: South/Southwest
Soil: Willakenzie
AVA: Ribbon Ridge

Fruit used in the following wines: Lichtenwalter Vineyard Pinot Noir, Five FACES Pinot Noir



Momtazi Vineyard

A Biodynamic vineyard in the McMinnville AVA, the site benefits from long, warm days. However, it is also one of the first vineyards in the Willamette Valley to cool down every evening due to its proximity to the Van Duzer Corridor, which funnels cold, coastal winds into the valley. We source from four blocks: 777 clone from the very heights of the vineyard, a steep block of 115 on the hillside, 113 from the bottom of the slopes, and 114 from around the pond at the northeastern part of the vineyard. A mix of sedimentary and volcanic soils, Momtazi Vineyard provides ripe flavors of dark berries and Eastern spices, backed by firm tannins and lively acidity.

Biodynamic Momtazi Vineyard in the McMinnville AVA of the Willamette Valley
Elevation: 500-800 ft.
Clones: 115 and 777
Exposure: South/Southeast
Soil: Sedimentary/volcanic
AVA: McMinnville

Fruit used in the following wines: Momtazi Vineyard Pinot Noir, Five FACES Pinot Noir




Nemarniki Vineyard

High in the northern side of the Chehalem Mountains AVA (future proposed Laurelwood sub-AVA), Nemarniki Vineyard grows L.I.V.E. certified Chardonnay and Pinot noir. Transitioning to organic certification as of the 2019 growing year.

Elevation: 650-700 ft.
Clones: Chardonnay Dijon 76 & 96, and Pinot Noir Pommard
Exposure: West/Southwest
Soil: Laurelwood
AVA: Chehalem Mountains

Fruit used in the following wines: Five FACES Pinot Noir, Five FACES Chardonnay


Wetzel Vineyard

One of the most westerly vineyards in the US, located at the beginning of the Van Duzer Corridor, Wetzel Vineyard grows L.I.V.E. certified Chardonnay, yielding steely and taut fruit perfect for our elegant and mouth-watering styles of Chardonnay.

Elevation: 675 ft. 
Clones: Davis 108 & Dijon 76
Exposure: West/Southwest
Soil: Rickreall (sedimentary)
AVA: Van Duzer Corridor

Fruit used in the following wines: Five FACES Chardonnay, Three Otters Chardonnay