The Bergström wine with the most history, having first released this proprietary blend in 2001, the Cumberland Reserve is a homage to the Willamette Valley, which the winery call home. This Pinot Noir blends the finest barrels from the five estates farmed Biodynamic properties. The Cumberland Reserve is by far one of the most taxing wines to make, as it takes five months of tasting each barrel from each of the five estates to perfect the blend. The winemaking process is a blend of whole cluster and destemmed fruit fermented and aged for 12 months in 10% new French oak barrels. This wine highlights the fresh fruit character, the sweet spices and the warm earthiness that Willamette Valley Pinot Noirs are famous for.