Marc-André Roy and winemaker Jared Etzel established Domaine Roy & Fils in 2012 to celebrate their heritage and continue the winemaking legacy of their fathers, who founded Beaux Frères Winery in 1991. The winery aspires to produced timeless wines through meticulous stewardship of the land, a minimalist approach to the winemaking, and a commitment to organic farming. "Shai" (gift in Hebrew) is their stellar kosher Pinot Noir. It's sourced from La Colina in the Dundee Hills AVA of the Willamette Valley, OR. The wine displays the traditional aromas of the La Colina vineyard, including dark red fruit, grilled meat and incense. The palate is one of the broadest and concentrated in the producer's lineup. The red fruit is palate staining, and offers an extended finish. It will age nicely for the next 10 years. Kosher, Kosher for Passover (certified through Oregon Kosher). 120 cases produced.