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Cramoisi Vineyards Estate Pinot Noir 2017

Cramoisi Vineyards Estate Pinot Noir 2017

My wines represent my passion for wine growing and all the challenges that come with it – the nights of insomnia worrying about failing, countless hours invested in learning and experimenting. I have so much love and respect for our land and the hardworking vineyard stewards. There a sense of community and passion that grows even stronger vintage after vintage, as does my pride to build a family legacy for my two boys.” – Sofia Torres-McKay, Co-Owner 


100% Dijon 667, Sofia’s favorite clone from her namesake block. This is an opulent wine with beautiful bright and delicate crimson color that will age wisely for years to come.




Born in Mexico City, Sofía worked 19 years in the tech industry before moving to the United States in 2002 to pursue her career in corporate business. In 2011, Sofía and her husband Ryan McKay both invested their money and took a chance on 10 acres of property in the Dundee Hills of Oregon. They planted vines and started living their dream making small lots of boutique Pinot Noir!

Sofía is a passionate steward for diversity in the wine industry and teaches vineyard workers the importance of Organic and Biodynamic farming.


A small group of Oregon winery owners and winemakers who share a Hispanic background and have come together to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15th to October 15th, 2020 in order to share our stories, display the diversity of the Hispanic cultures which span most of Latin America and Spain, and as small business owners give back to the Spanish-speaking community in Oregon.

To commemorate the Celebrating Hispanic Roots initiative, Sofia created a Trio Vertical of her Cramoisi Cuvee Pinot Noir Estate Grown 2016, 2017, 2018.

10% of sales will be donated to the Latino Partnership Program of the Oregon Community Foundation which funds efforts within education, leadership development and community bridge building that address social and economic issues within Oregon’s Latinx/o community. Click here to learn more.