THE FIRST WINE IN AMERICA TO BE CERTIFIED NATURAL PATH PRODUCTION
For over 25 years, Duck Pond has been committed to farming the land sustainably and organically, and using traditional winemaking techniques to craft pure, estate-grown natural wines. The 2020 vintage marks an historic moment for Duck Pond as the First Certified Natural Path Production Wine in America by the Clean Label Project™. Clean Label Project™ is a national non-profit with the mission to bring truth and transparency to food and consumer product labelling. @cleanlabelproject.org
Duck Pond Cellars began growing fine Willamette Valley wine at our Dundee Hills winery in 1993. Since then we have farmed sustainably, crafting minimal-intervention wines that we hope faithfully reflect our unique Oregon climate, soil and culture. The 2020 vintage marks an important moment in our history because with this vintage we released our first Natural Path Production Certified Wines. Our wines are certified by the Clean Label Project.
Low Sulfites · No Additives
Indigenous Yeast · 100% Transparency
Our mission is to cultivate and craft products that are both delicious and free of contaminants. We are one of the first commercially farmed vineyards in Oregon to remove the use of glyphosate (pesticide) in the farming process and have received the Clean Label Project Purity Award.
The Wetlands clean and restore our water supply; provide critical fish and wildlife habitats; and protect our communities from flooding. Since 1981, The Wetlands Conservancy has been a leader in working to protect Oregon’s greatest wetlands through conservation, collaboration & stewardship.
Produced in small lots with attention to detail and minimal intervention along with vertical integration delivers hand crafted consistency in every bottle.
2016 Pinot Noir
2017 Pinot Noir
2017 Pinot Noir
St. Jory Vineyard
2017 Pinot Gris
Established in historic Dundee, Oregon in 1993 in Willamette Valley and Dundee Hills AVA’s. Organically farmed, hand harvested and artfully crafted achieving 90t. Scores or higher in most recent vintages.
- Pinot Gris #3 Wine Enthusiast Top 100
- Winner of Willamette Valley Winemakers Auction
- Record for highest bid ever for an Oregon wine (>$1,000/bottle)