Charlotte Louis wine comes from Rogue Valley, the southernmost wine-growing region in Oregon. The region is made up of three distinct valleys with warmer microclimates, but it is also the highest elevation of Oregon’s wine-growing regions. The warmer valleys and high elevation vineyards enable the growth of both cool and warm-climate grape varieties. The vineyards where the grapes are sourced are at high elevation to help moderate growing temperatures and retain acidity to make a classic Oregon Pinot Noir.