Lujon Pinot Gris
We have been sourcing our Pinot Gris from the same vineyard since we started making it in 2009. I comes from a small family owned vineyard that we contract to buy their 4 acres of grapes every year. It’s located in the far north end of the Willamette Valley on the south slope of the Tualatin Mountains. At around 650 feet of elevation, it’s a relatively cool sight. The southern aspect and full east to west exposure provides all day sun and good air circulation. The sight allows for extended hang times and full physiological maturity. This shows in the wines that are produced from this sight. They consistently produce wines of impressive pedigree.

Lujon Syrah
Along with Cabernet Sauvignon, Lujon Syrah has been our other flagship wine. We have always been impressed with the quality of the Syrah from the Walla Walla Valley. As with our Cabernet we have grown to understand the climate, soils and vineyards that grow superior Syrah. Our Syrah is grown to ripeness to express the wonderful fruit and soft elegant tannins. Occasionally we will co-ferment our Syrah with a little Viognier to accent the wonderful fruit aromas, this will vary by vintage and ripeness levels.

Lujon Cabernet Sauvignon
Cabernet Sauvignon has been one of our flagship wines from the inception of Lujon in 2005.  We have been sourcing fruit from the Walla Walla Valley for over a decade and have grown to understand the climate, soils and vineyards that we work with.  We strive for fruit expression, balance, and elegance.  Our Cabernet will age in French oak for a minimum of two years and typically will not receive more that 20% new oak.  Although oak is a integral of the wines development it should never be the main focus.  We think you’ll agree.

Lujon Chardonnay
Although Chardonnay is a huge category in California it is often overlooked in Oregon. Its identity crisis has been mainly due to lack of proper viticulture and vilification.  Experimentation has brought the varietal notoriety as of late and it is finding a stylistic identity.  We produce a small amount of Chardonnay off a small 2 acre vineyard planted with Dijon clones.  They ripen nicely and have wonderful varietal characteristics.  We typically do our fermentations with 50% oak barrels and 50% stainless steel.  We limit the amount of malo-lactic ferment as to not produce excessive buttery notes.  It's a fine balance between the fruit and oak, with subtle creamy textures.