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Corollary Wines Announces New Spring Releases


Oregon Winery Known for Producing All Sparkling Wines to Open New Tasting Room In May 

Portland, OR. (March 21, 2024) – Corollary Wines, known for exclusively producing distinctive traditional method sparkling wines in Oregon’s Willamette Valley, has announced six new spring releases, now available for purchase and national shipping.

New releases include:

  • 2020 Cuvée One, $45
    • Cuvée One expresses the soul of Willamette Valley sparkling, with the blend changing year-to-year. The 2020 vintage delivers notes of orange blossom, juicy lemon, and white raspberry, a touch of warming spice, and a lingering flinty finish. 
  • 2020 Cuvée One Rosé, $55
    • Cuvée One Rosé expresses the soul of Oregon sparkling in rosé form. This wine sings with notes of raspberry leaf, pink peony, strawberry, and wet volcanic stone. 
  • 2020 Momtazi Carbonic Rosé, $65
    • Pomegranate. Thyme. Tangerine. This carbonic rosé from the biodynamically farmed Momtazi Vineyard will make you rethink what Oregon sparkling can be.
  • 2019 X-Omni Blanc de Blancs, $75
    • Crafted from 17 clones of chardonnay that are co-planted together in the same  block, the X-Omni Blanc de Blancs highlights the power of field blends to spotlight the terroir of these volcanic soils. Notes of roasted hazelnut and sweet almond mingle with juicy tangerine, followed by a fine chalky finish.  
  • 2019 Winter’s Hill Pinot Blanc, $60
    • Electric from start to finish, this wine leaves lime zest, delicate white flowers, and a wash of wet stone minerality in its wake. A unique Dundee Hills expression of a traditional Champagne grape variety that is rarely bottled on its own. 
  • 2019 Namaste Blanc de Blancs, $60
    • Made with fruit from the oldest chardonnay vines in the Van Duzer Corridor AVA, this wine delivers racy intensity with an explosive nose of Meyer lemon, roasted apple, nougat, and baking spices. Pair with chicken nuggets, crab bisque, eggs Benedict, and pasta carbonara. 
Renderings courtesy of Corollary Wines and Waechter Architecture

Corollary Wines’ new tasting room, a 57-acre property in the Eola-Amity Hills, is slated to open May 2024. Dedicated exclusively to sparkling wines, the tasting room will provide a range of interior and exterior spaces for curated winemaker tastings, focusing on traditional champagne grape varieties including Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier, and Pinot Blanc. As one of a very small number of growers that plant exclusively for sparkling, Corollary will leverage the extensive knowledge that owners Dan Diephouse and Jeanne Feldkamp have gained over the last eight years to experiment with root stocks, clones, and row orientation as they work to find the best ways to farm for sparkling in the valley. 

About Corollary Wines

Corollary Wines, founded by Dan Diephouse and Jeanne Feldkamp, has been creating distinctive traditional method sparkling wines in Oregon’s Willamette Valley since 2017. The couple began their path to winemaking by learning as much as possible about sparkling wine through tastings, visiting their favorite Champagne grower-producers, and eventually experimenting with traditional-method sparkling cider in their garage. They are dedicated to exploring the terroir of the region and its expression in every bottle. Intention, care, and precision are paramount in every detail in their process—from grape growing to winemaking to the guest experience.

Corollary currently produces about 2000 cases annually. They are committed to working with growers who follow sustainable farming practices. As an extension of this commitment, they recently purchased an expansive 57-acre property in the Eola-Amity Hills AVA that has been planted specifically for sparkling wines. Management of the property will be guided by regenerative agriculture principles. In addition, the company is currently constructing a tasting room, expected to open in late spring 2024. Corollary was a featured winery at the 2024 Oregon Chardonnay Celebration and will be a featured winery at the 2024 International Pinot Noir Celebration.

Corollary offers a 6 or 12 bottle wine club where members get first access to new and limited release wines, including magnums and extended tirage bottlings. For more information, visit corollarywines.com and follow @corollarywines on Instagram and Facebook