"Résonance is removed, spiritual and surrounded by forest. We want those who come to experience something intimate, special, unique."
Thibault Gagey captures the sense of Résonance perfectly. Based in Carlton, Oregon Résonance is the culmination of the generations long relationship between Maison Louis Jadot and the Kopf family. The French maison was founded by the Jadot Family in 1859—the same year as the State of Oregon. Nurturing premier and grand cru vineyards in Burgundy, Maison Louis Jadot earned a reputation for world-class wines made in small lots, capturing the attention of Rudy Kopf, an importer for Kobrand Wine & Spirits and the founder of the wine and spirits division of Macy’s department store in New York. In 1945, Rudy made a pilgrimage to visit Maison Louis Jadot, and the long-standing relationship between the Kopf and Jadot Families commenced.
Today, Oregon enjoys the fruits of this French connection. WineryHunt members will enjoy the classic, simple winemaking style of Résonance, which permits the Yamhill-Carlton terroir show through without interruption. Tastings are held in the stunning tasting room in the Calrton Countryside, complete with fire pits and gorgeous views of the coast range and vineyards.
Wines Produced: Chardonnay, Pinot noir, Rosé
Three Great Reasons To Visit
With the same meaning in English and French, Résonance evokes many great things to come. They added the tiny but all-important accent mark to represent this small but special connection between Oregon and France.
The Résonance Vineyard, established in 1981, anchors the winery's collection of wines in the Yamhill-Carlton AVA, with unique maritime influence from the coast and deep roots.
This may be your new favorite hidden gem outside of Carlton thanks to the gorgeous tasting room and long winding gravel road on the way in