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Lachini Vineyards began producing limited, ultra-premium, single vineyard Pinot Noirs with the 2001 vintage. A yearning for the old world and a passion for Pinot Noir led Ron and Marianne Lachini to Oregon in 1997 in a patient pursuit to produce world-class Pinot Noir and establish a way of life for future generations. Lachini Vineyards embraces the time-honored principles of uncompromising desire for quality and long-term stewardship of the lands from which they harvest. Their commitment begins as growers of world-class grapes with a desire to have these turn into exquisite wines that bear measurement against the test of time and other leading wines of the world.

Tasting Room Hours: Fri - Sun 11-5:30; Mon 11-4:30

Wine Region: Other

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