Cynthian Vineyards
Cynthian Vineyards
Vineyard in the heart of Oregon's Wine Country
 
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8,559 total plants

(As of April 2016)

 
 
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Water

Rainfall
Annual 49.57"
Growing Season 13.04"

Drainage
Natural drainage class; 
Well Drained

Drip Lines
Installed

Water Storage
Captured rain water




Sun

Sunlight
14+ Hours a day

Solar Radiation
Annual
Growing Season

Huglin Index
1815.31

Growing Degree
Days 1943.07


Soil

Soil Type
8D – Bellpine Silty 
Clay Loam
12 to 20 percent slopes

Elevation
+430 – 495ft
Slope 13.1% (7.48°)
Aspect South (169.3°)

Soil Depth
20 to 40 inches to 
paralithic bedrock


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Wine

Zone 1
1,526 Planted ‘16
“777 Clone Plants” 

Zone 2
1,720 Planted ‘16
“777 Clone Plants” 

Zone 3
1,390 Planted ‘16
“777 Clone Plants” 

Zone 4
1,527 Planted ‘16
“Pommard Clone” 

Zone 5
2,396 Planted ‘16
“Pommard Clone” 

 
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Location

van duzer corridor

 

Cynthian Vineyards is nested in the heart of the Van Duzer Corridor, a unique grape growing environment that bring cool coastal air to chill the grapes.

 
 
 
 
 
 
Wine makes every meal an occasion, every table more elegant, every day more civilized.
— Andre Simon
 
 
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