The 2009 crop went to <a href=”http://www.eveshamwood.com/“>Evesham Wood Vineyard</a>, <a href=”http://www.hadenfig.com”>Haden Fig Winery</a>, <a href=”http://www.stonewolfvineyards.com/”>Stone Wolf Vineyards</a>, <a href=”http://www.troonvineyard.com/”>Troon Vineyards</a>, and <a href=”http://walnutcitywineworks.com/”>Walnut City Wineworks</a>. We are looking forward to seeing how each of these wineries make their own distinctive wine from the fruit. </p>
The 2008 fruit went to :
<p>The 2007 fruit went to <a href=”http://walnutcitywineworks.com/”>Walnut City Wineworks</a> and <a href=”https://www.toriimorwinery.com/”>Tori Mor Winery</a> .
The 2006 fruit went to all of the those below and to <a href=”https://www.toriimorwinery.com/” title=”Torii Mor Winery”>Torii Mor Winery</a>. This fruit was released mid 2008. Look for the Walnut City Wine Works Reserve 2006 and Torii Mor Eola-Amity Hills Blend. The Torii Mor product has been rated by Wine Spectator at a 92. The label indicates that 1/3 of the fruit came from Hidden Rocks Estate. So a goal has been atttained; the vineyard name on a major Oregon Pinot Noir bottle. It is on the back label, but it is on a label.
The 2005 first harvest went to three wineries;Quercus Wines;http://www.walnutcitywineworks.com “Walnut City Wineworks”, and <a href=”http://www.methvenfamilywines.com” title=”Methven Family Wines”>Methven Family Wines</a>. Quercus has released the Hiddenrocks fruit under their Rock Creek label. Walnut City Wineworks and Methven Family wines have put the fruit in their reserve labels.