Arterberry Maresh Pinot Noir
Dundee Hills

Living and farming in the Dundee Hills since 1969 has its perks, one of which is our long term relationships with some of the best wine grape farmers in the area. Our Dundee Hills Pinot Noir is a blend of Maresh Vineyard and other vineyard fruit from our neighbors.


2022 Vintage

A classic Dundee Hills drinking beautifully now. Red plum, cinnamon, raspberry liqueur. Seamless red nectar hits a wall of fine tannin. Has the high toned concentration of fruit leather at under 13%.

2021 Vintage

The 2021 Pinot Noir Dundee Hills offers quality that sits well above its modest price tag with its pairing of concentrated flavors and a weightless frame. Medium ruby, it features cranberry sauce, pomegranate and rhubarb fruit with accents of tea leaves, lavender, bitter orange and amaro. The light-bodied palate is silky and seamless with an incredible core of flavor and a very long, bitters-laced finish. I would be excited to drink this wine any night of the week!

2019 Vintage

The 2019 Pinot Noir Dundee Hills is ethereal and perfumed this vintage. It offers pure scents of raspberry preserves, bergamot, tangerine and Angostura with wafts of sweet balsamic. The palate is soft, bright and super silky, with layer after layer of sweet fruit, spice and citrus, and it finishes long and perfumed.

2018 Vintage

Pale ruby-purple, the 2018 Pinot Noir Dundee Hills takes its time to open, unfolding slowly to cherries, boysenberries, floral perfume and earthy nuances. The palate is elegant with pure fruit character framed by dusty tannins and rounded acidity, finishing long and nuanced. How pretty!

The wine is immediately approachable with fresh cherry and berry flavors. After decanting, the wine is “just like the 2017” says a friend of the winery. Wine Advocate described the 2017: “This Pinot starts with a hint of woodsmoke, crushed pink peppercorn, garrigue, dusty earth and dried leaves aromas with notes of cranberries, wild blackberries, red berries and a framing of cinnamon spice…”

2017 Vintage

Pale ruby, the 2017 Pinot Noir Dundee Hills opens with woodsmoke, crushed pink peppercorn, garrigue, dusty earth and dried leaves aromas with notes of cranberries, wild blackberries, red berries and a framing of cinnamon spice. It’s light-bodied and elegantly styled with spicy fruits, a soft frame and juicy freshness, finishing long.

The 2017 Dundee Hills Pinot noir is a blend of vineyards from Dux, Anderson Family, Weber and Maresh. The 2017 vintage is a change of pace from the last three years of early picks in the heat. A cold spring pushed picking dates into a classic Oregon October allowing flavors to run far ahead of sugars. The 2017 Dundee Hills is fresh and delicate. Very much a Dundee Hills red fruited Pinot noir that you will find drinks pretty easy and quickly.

100% Dundee Hills AVA.
Picked 9-24 to 10-16.
12.8% abv.
Drink from 2019-2028.

2016 Vintage

Wine Advocate
Rating 93
Release Price $28
Drink Date 2018 – 2028
Reviewed by Erin Brooks
Issue Date 31st Aug 2018

Pale to medium ruby-purple, the 2016 Pinot Noir Dundee Hills has a lovely open nose of warm cinnamon stick, cranberry and baked red cherry pie with black tea leaf and potpourri spice. Light to medium-bodied, it fills the mouth with warm red fruit and layers of baking spice, earth and mineral—dried leaves, oolong tea, warm earth—with a good frame of fine-grained tannins and plenty of juicy acidity, finishing long and spicy. 550 cases produced.

Rating 92 points

Vivid red. Mineral- and spice-tinged aromas of fresh red and blue fruits are complicated by hints of licorice and musky earth. Clean and racy on entry, then deeper in the midpalate, offering bitter cherry, raspberry and boysenberry flavors with a sweetening touch of candied flowers. Subtle tannins come up slowly on a shapely, finely etched finish that lingers with impressive, floral-dominated persistence. There’s only 12.8% alcohol here.
— Josh Raynolds

2015 Vintage

The 2015 Dundee Hills Pinot Noir is made with all Dundee Hills fruit from Maresh, Folly Hill, Weber, and Dux Vineyards. These are all highly pedigreed vineyards and the wine includes lots of old vine fruit. A wine shop owner describes this wine as having flavors of “Toasty Strawberries, Huckleberries, Cherry Blossoms, Dried Orange Peel”.

The Dundee Hills is drinking well right now – and at this price point and the way it is drinking there is no need to cellar – just go ahead and enjoy! – Jim

91 points

Bright red. Highly perfumed red berry preserve, Asian spice and rose oil aromas are lent vivacity by a smoky mineral nuance. Silky, expansive raspberry, bitter cherry and spicecake flavors show very good energy and pick up a smoky flourish with aeration. Finishes juicy, gently sweet and quite long, featuring lingering red fruit flavors and discreet tannins.
— Josh Raynolds

2014 Vintage

Wine Advocate
Rating 90
The 2014 Pinot Noir Dundee Hills is a blend of Maresh, Juliard, Weber, Gehrts and Folie Hill vineyards. It has a fresh and vibrant bouquet with red cherry and wild strawberry fruit, touches of blood orange with fine delineation. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannin – a mixture here of red and black fruit, meaty in style with a Pommard-like finish that lingers in the mouth. – Neal Martin

Rating 92 points

Brilliant red. High-pitched raspberry and rose scents are complemented by hints of anise and allspice. Shows very good energy and depth to the red berry and floral pastille flavors, which are given lift by a spine of juicy acidity. Closes smooth, spicy and very long; fine-grained tannins frame the juicy, appealingly sweet red fruit. This wine delivers outstanding value and shows impressive nerve for a warm vintage.
— Josh Raynolds

2013 Vintage

Rating 91 points

Bright red. Aromas of cherry pit and dark berry skin, with exotic Indian spice and wood smoke notes adding complexity. Juicy, concentrated and smooth, offering gently sweet, palate-caressing blackberry and rose pastille flavors that show good depth and power for the year. Finishes smooth, sappy and long, with dusty tannins coming in slowly to add grip. A big success for an entry-level bottling from this vintage.
— Josh Raynolds

“Only a handful of Pinot Noirs in my experience have delivered greater beauty or more striking singularity.” 98 Points.
– Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate on 1985 Maresh Vineyard Pinot noir