I went out for another visit to Argyle Winery today to talk to Dan and Willy. While there, I took a short drive up to the top of the Knudsen Vineyards (owned by Cal Knudsen and managed by Argyle) to take some pictures. This particular vineyard is one of my favorite spots in Oregon. The views are spectacular, to say the least. The vines were fresh and vibrant after a morning rain. The grape clusters were in the later stages of bud-break, making them look like tiny pellets instead of grapes. The entire vineyard smelled amazing – crisp, clean air and the scent of rich soil. It’s days like today that make it clear why Oregon Pinot Noir so amazing. Check out some of the pics below.

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