Bells Up composes handcrafted, classically styled, small batch Oregon wines with grapes sourced exclusively from our estate vineyard and from micro-sites in the Willamette Valley and Eastern Oregon.

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The best part of being a micro-boutique winery? It’s the relationships we build with you. We love hearing from you, so call or e-mail us to place an order: 503.537.1328 | info@bellsupwinery.com

Every Bells Up wine is named for a piece of classical music that perfectly epitomizes the wine and/or prominently features the French horn, the instrument owner and winemaker Dave Specter played for more than 20 years. Hear each piece on our Spotify playlist, here.

  • 2020 Rhapsody – SOLD OUT

    Willamette Valley Pinot Blanc

    46 cases produced. $32 | SOLD OUT

    Named for George Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue,” this jazzy Pinot Blanc is aged sur lie style in stainless steel tanks for six months to produce a fuller-bodied wine. No malolactic fermentation allows crisp acidity, subtle minerality and spicy characteristics to take center stage, creating the perfect accompaniment to a variety of foods or for enjoyment solo.

    NOSE: Pear, candied lemon peel, granny smith apple, honeysuckle, white nectarine.

    PALATE: Green apple, pear, Meyer lemon, honeydew melon, minerality, full mouth-feel and texture with long finish.

    To purchase, call 503.537.1328 or email info@bellsupwinery.com

  • 2020 Helios – SOLD OUT

    Estate Vineyard ∞ Chehalem Mountains AVA Seyval Blanc

    15 cases produced. $40 | SOLD OUT

    The first and only planting of Seyval Blanc in the Willamette Valley (second in Oregon), Helios is named for Carl Nielsen’s “Helios Overture, Opus 18.” Grown in Bells Up’s vineyard, this hybrid wine grape is found mainly in the Midwest – our former home – and East Coast. Although unrelated to Sauvignon Blanc, Helios shares many similarities in flavor and texture.

    NOSE: Dragonfruit, mango chutney, comice pear, lime zest, quince, graham cracker, hint of creaminess.

    PALATE: Pear, pineapple, parsley, guava, kiwi, lemon, tangerine, minerality, well balanced acid and creaminess with light, long finish.

    To purchase, call 503.537.1328 or email info@bellsupwinery.com

  • 2020 Prelude

    Estate Vineyard ∞ Chehalem Mountains AVA Rosé of Pinot Noir

    109 cases produced. $28

    Sourced from the Bells Up vineyard, this fuller-bodied rosé is named for Franz Liszt’s “Symphonic Poem No. 3: Les Preludes.” Its equal parts heritage clone Pommard and Dijon clone 667 were soaked on skins for 24 hours, then pressed prior to fermentation. Post-ferment, the wine was transferred to neutral French oak for a malolactic ferment to smooth its acidity.

    NOSE: Strawberry jam, watermelon, tangerine, rose water, minerality.

    PALATE: Strawberry, watermelon, orange rind, peaches, rhubarb, long finish.

    To purchase, call 503.537.1328 or email info@bellsupwinery.com

  • 2018 Titan

    Willamette Valley Pinot Noir

    111 cases produced. $44

    The 2018 release of our flagship pinot noir, "Titan," blends 41.4% Chehalem Mountains Pommard (10-year-old vines) grown on wind-blown Loess with 29.3% Dijon Clone 115 and 29.3% Dijon Clone 777 (18-year-old Yamhill-Carlton vines) grown in sedimentary Willakenzie soil. Named for Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 1 in D Major “Titan,” the wine aged 12 months in French oak (38% new). The 2018 growing season saw consistent warm, dry days and cool nights, producing rich fruit flavor, balanced structure, and deep color.

    NOSE: Red raspberry, dewy forest floor, tart currant, violets, chocolate.

    PALATE: Balanced and structured with a medium finish and red raspberry, tart currant and white pepper.

    To purchase, call 503.537.1328 or email info@bellsupwinery.com

  • 2019 Titan – NEW RELEASE

    Willamette Valley Pinot Noir

    74 cases produced. $44

    The 2019 Titan combines 6-year-old Pommard (29.4%) vines from Bells Up's estate for the first time with Dijon Clones 115 (37.2%) and 777 (33.4%) from Tonnelier Vineyard's 19-year-old Yamhill-Carlton vines. Named for Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 1 in D Major “Titan,” the wine aged 12 months in French oak (36.8% new). The 2019 growing season saw more typical Willamette Valley weather. The resulting 2019 Titan is gentle and elegant.

    NOSE: Cinnamon, blueberry pie, currant, light floral, herbaceous.

    PALATE: Bright blueberry, tart apple, medium-long finish with medium tannin and balanced acid.

    To purchase, call 503.537.1328 or email info@bellsupwinery.com

  • 2019 Candide – NEW RELEASE

    Chehalem Mountains AVA Reserve Pinot Noir

    74 cases produced. $54 | NEW RELEASE

    Named for Leonard Bernstein's operetta of the same name, Candide is comprised of two heritage clones of Pinot Noir—65.4% Wadenswil (11-year-old vines) from Nemarniki Vineyard and 34.6% Pommard (6-year-old vines) from the Bells Up Estate—in the Chehalem Mountains AVA. The 2019 vintage barrel-aged for 12 months in French oak. This wine has the richer mouthfeel and spicier characteristics of these two Pinot clones, made more pronounced by a cooler, wetter growing season. 

    NOSE: Blackberry, dark plum, birch bark.

    PALATE: Balanced and complex with a long finish and tapering acidity; notes of tart cherry pie, Granny Smith apple peel, blackberry, spice.

    To purchase, call 503.537.1328 or email info@bellsupwinery.com

  • 2019 Firebird

    Summit View Vineyard ∞ Walla Walla Valley AVA Syrah

    114 cases produced. $52 | MAGNUM AVAILABLE

    Named for Igor Stravinsky’s “Firebird Suite,” these grapes are sourced exclusively from Summit View Vineyard, one of the highest elevation sites in Milton-Freewater, Oregon – at 1,150 feet. Its deep, well-drained glacial soil produces full-bodied fruit with intense flavors and vibrant acidity. Aged 12 months in French oak, this gentle, lower tannin Syrah is for Pinot lovers.

    NOSE: Blueberry, blackberry pie, leather, tobacco, pine needle, white pepper, cocoa, nutmeg. 

    PALATE: Blueberry concentrate, black cherry cola, nutmeg, forest floor.

    To purchase, call 503.537.1328 or email info@bellsupwinery.com

  • 2019 Jupiter (Fanfare Club Exclusive) – SOLD OUT***

    Estate Vineyard ∞ Chehalem Mountains AVA Pinot Noir

    ONLY available to members of Fanfare Club. ONLY 46 cases produced. $48 | SOLD OUT ***MAGNUM AVAILABLE***

    Bells Up’s debut estate Pinot Noir, Jupiter is named for both Gustav Holst’s “The Planets” orchestral suite and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Symphony No. 41, “Jupiter.” Made of equal parts heritage clone Pommard and Dijon clone 667 – our first vines, planted Spring 2014 – Jupiter showcases the key notes of Pinot grown in Jory soil in the Chehalem Mountains AVA.

    NOSE: Blueberry, black cherry, mandarin orange rind, pekoe tea, brick, fallen timber, star anise.

    PALATE: Blueberry, raspberry, warm cherry pie, cranberry, spice cake, smooth velvety texture with a rich, slightly chewy finish.

    To purchase, call 503.537.1328 or email info@bellsupwinery.com

  • 2019 Villanelle (Fanfare Club Exclusive) – NEW RELEASE

    Tonnelier Vineyard ∞ Yamhill-Carlton AVA Reserve Pinot Noir

    ONLY available to members of Fanfare Club. ONLY 55 cases produced. $58

    Composed of 100% un-pressed wine, 2019 Villanelle has the lightest tannic structure of our Pinots. Named for Paul Dukas' duet for French Horn and Piano, it combines equal parts free-run Dijon clones 115 and 777 (19-year-old vines) from Tonnelier Vineyard's 4-acre micro-site on sedimentary Willakenzie soil. Barrel-aged for 12 months in French oak, this silky, elegant and delicate wine is “the little black dress” of Bells Up’s Pinots. ***The 2019 vintage marks the retirement of Tonnelier Vineyard's owners and the Villanelle label.***

    NOSE: Ripe black plum, fresh blueberry, dewy fern fronds.

    PALATE: Marionberry, fresh huckleberry, light salinity, soft tannins, bright acidity and well balanced finish.

    To purchase, call 503.537.1328 or email info@bellsupwinery.com

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