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Broadley Vineyards

Broadley Vineyards

Broadley Vineyards

Broadley Vineyards
265 S 5th Street
Monroe, Oregon
USA 97456
Phone: 541-847-5934
http://www.broadleyvineyards.com/

Contact: Jessica & Morgan Broadley
Email: info@broadleyvineyards.com

Vineyards: 33 Acres
Production: 5,000 cases

Hours of Operation: Open by appointment. Call 541-847-5934 or email info@broadleyvineyards.com

Tour Hours: Tour by appointment. Call 541-847-5934 or email info@broadleyvineyards.com

FARMING PRACTICES & WINE MAKING
The 1st phase of the estate vineyard was planted in 1981. Our family has been hand crafting wines since 1986. Craig & Claudia were the founders of the winery, and their son, Morgan and his wife Jessica are the 2nd generation continuing with their passion in the wine business.

Our estate vineyard is farmed using sustainable farming practices including using sheep to mow our vineyard's ground cover & weeds when appropriate. We also use organic material to promote healthy growth in our vines. Sustainability is a part of our daily life and we believe it is essential for our future.

Our goal is to consistently produce dynamic and outstanding wines that are true expressions of the place where they are grown. We want to make wines that make you stop and think.

We believe that good wine is first made in the vineyard. At Broadley, Pinot Noir grapes are harvested from several designated blocks on the estate vineyard including, Claudia's Choice, Marcile Lorraine & the Jessica block. More Pinot Noir (and occasionally Chardonnay grapes) are sourced from hand selected vineyards that also use meticulous farming methods in order to harvest the healthiest fruit the vintage can bring.

Wooden fermenters impart unique qualities to our wine. When wine is fermented in wood, it gives a richer and deeper complexity to the finished wine. We also use whole clusters in fermentation when the vintage ripens the fruit's stems and the flavor and intensity of the fruit is there. This adds structure and character to the wine.

Winemaker

Winemaker: Morgan Broadley

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/@broadleyvineyardswine

Distribution: Looking for representation in Canada. Available direct and most wine stores in U.S.A looking for representation in Canada

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