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Triple Creek filly named Et Fille
During Et Fille's May 2014 Vintners' Weekend at Triple Creek Ranch a new filly was born. She is adorable. She was just named... Et Fille.

Allen Meadows' Burghound.com,
Et Fille 2010 WIllamette Valley:
"absolutely terrific value and is highly recommended as it is rare these days to find this kind of quality for $24. One to buy by the case!"

Allen Meadows' Burghound.com names
Et Fille's Willamette Valley and Palmer Creek Pinot Noirs as two of 12 Oregon Pinot Noir Selections

Tanzer ratings of Et Fille:
2011 Heredity: 91
2010 Palmer Creek Vineyard: 91
2010 Kalita Vineyard: 92
2010 Willamette Valley: 90(+?)
2008 Deux Vert Vineyard: 92
2007 Maresh / Jim's Block: 92

Oregon Wine Awards:
Double Golds for Et Fille's Pinot Noir
2011 Palmer Creek
2011 Maresh
2011 Heredity
2010 Willamette Valley

Gold for 2011 Kalita

Our 2010 Kalita Vineyard rated 92 by the Wine Spectator:
"Supple, expressive and distinctive"

Our 2010 Palmer Creek Vineyard
rated 91 by Tanzer, called "Chambolle-like"
& wins Gold Medal at the Great Northwest Wine Competition

See a video of our 2011 Pinots being bottled

New: Food-Et Fille Wines Pairings

Events:

International Pinot Noir Celebration (IPNC)
July 25-27, McMinnville, Oregon

Winemaker Dinner at Jen's Garden
August 27, Sisters, Oregon



vineyard rows

 

 

Greetings

from Oregon's Wine Country!

Et Fille Wines is a family-run Oregon winery established in 2003 specializing in pinot noir. Et Fille, which means "and daughter", honors the hand-in-hand, father and daughter team of Howard Mozeico and Jessica Mozeico-Blair that makes these wines.

Our goal is to find the best vineyards in the Northwest, and make a style of wine that reflects the best that each vineyard has to offer. We each bring our scientific backgrounds and love of art to making wine, because it requires both. We personally touch the grape clusters, fermenters, barrels, and bottles that eventually become our wine. We always sort, punch-down, and top-off by hand. We deal in small lots of grapes (so that we can get just the clones we want), small fermentation lots (which gives us enhanced flexibility in our winemaking), and small oak barrels (which can help in the wine's complexity). We believe that having the two of us involved in each stage of the winemaking process allows us to bring two perspectives- and two palates- to our wines. For us, two is better than one.

Please take a look around and stay a while.

Jessica & Howard sorting collage
photo courtesy of Sam Blair

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