Trium [pronounced TREE-um] is Latin for “of the three.” The three are vineyards in the Rogue Valley Appellation. The owners know a simple fact: great wine is made in the vineyard! That truth joined six old friends in an ambitious enterprise: to grow in their own vineyards the best grapes possible and from them to produce premium wines.
The Trium Partners: Rebecca and Randy Gold own Gold Vineyard near Talent, Oregon. Not far away, are Laura and Kurt Lotspeich of Pheasant Hill Vineyard. Nancy Tappan and Vernon Hixson own Evans Creek and Venture Vineyards near the City of Rogue River.
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All the Trium partners farm their vineyards using eco-friendly practices and belong to LIVE Inc. (Low Input Viticulture and Enology), a sustainable agricultural program.
Evans Creek Vineyard is 13 acres of grape vines: 5 acres of Cabernet Sauvignon, 5 acres of Merlot, and 3 acres of Cabernet Franc.
Gold Vineyard, founded in 1984, is 18 acres of grape vines: 7.5 acres of Merlot, 2.5 acres of Cabernet Franc, 3 acres of malbec, 2 acres of Chardonnay, and 2 acres of Viognier.
Pheasant Hill Vineyard, in Southern Oregon, is 18 acres of wine grapes: 5 acres of Merlot, 1.5 acres of Cabernet Sauvignon, 1.5 acres of Cabernet Franc, and 2 acres of Pinot gris.
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