Named for the sedimentary soil of two of Oregon’s major rivers, the Willamette and the McKenzie, WillaKenzie Estate produces a range of Burgundian-inspired red and white wines, focusing on Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris from the Willamette Valley AVA.
Passion for Pinot with a Sense of Place is what defines Willakenzie Estate, a family owned winery located in the heart of the Willamette Valley. The winery is named after the sedimentary soil on which the vines are planted to reflect the ultimate expression of “terroir”.

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Gisèle Pinot Noir

Gisèle Pinot Noir displays a lovely garnet, ruby color with a nice smokiness on the nose that gives way to aromas of blackberry and red cherry. This Pinot Noir has juicy acidity and flavors of raspberry, plum and a hint of white pepper. The mouthfeel is elegant and polished with a long, velvety finish. Enjoy this wine now or age for 5 to 7 years.

Food Paring

Gisèle Pinot Noir pairs well with a variety of foods. It is delicious with charcuterie, cheeses, grilled fish, roasted poultry, and grilled vegetables.

Pierre Léon Pinot Noir

Pierre Léon Pinot Noir is deep ruby with aromas of anise, cedar, roasted nuts and earthiness. The palate offers cassis, dark berries and slight citrus on the finish. This well-balanced wine has good acid build-up and supple tannins. We suggest opening an hour before drinking or decanting.

Food Paring

Pairs nicely with barbecued pork chops with grilled peaches.

Pinot Gris

Featuring a pale straw color and aromas of pineapple, citrus, and tropical fruits, this wine starts with a sweet note of melon on the palate, finishing with refreshing acidity. It will age well for 5 to 7 years. Serve slightly chilled.

Food Paring

Pairs well with Thai food, curry and sushi.