David Hill Winery has really outdone themselves with their “Farmhouse Red”. This is a well rounded and balanced blend of grapes that were grown in Washington. Bold and enjoyable – you will love this blend! Cheers!
Archery Summit has been producing some incredible Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris from the Willamette Valley for over 20 years. Check out the 2012 Willamette Valley Pinot Noir for yourself – it is a little taste of heaven. Cheers!
The 2011 Foris Fly Over Red is the perfect wine to pair with Pot Roast, and it is even better to use it in the dish itself! Check out my simple recipe for this delicious dish.
Pinot Noir is Oregon’s most popular varietal – and for good reason! Our climate here is the perfect match for the Pinot grapes picky tastes. Thank goodness it grows so well, otherwise we might not have as many options as we do. Cheers!
Stop by the newly opened WildCraft Cider Works for some incredible house made ciders and delicious bites. Cheers!
Viognier is one of my favorite varietals! Try the 2011 Viognier from the Rogue Valley produced by Eugene’s very own Silvan Ridge Winery. Talk about yum. Cheers!
Druid’s Fluid is a red blend from the Applegate Valley from Troon Vineyards. This blend isn’t messing around – it is full bodied and full of dark berry flavors. Check this blend out for yourself, Cheers!
Grenache is a varietal with its roots going all the way back to northern Spain. Luscious, fruit forward, and balanced, this grape may be a little harder to come by in Oregon but it worth the search. Try one for yourself!
Desert Winds Winery produces some phenomenal big red blends in Eastern Washington. Pick this bottle up for yourself and sip on a little bit of heaven. Cheers!
Bennett Vineyards is located in Cheshire, Oregon and grows grapes for many wineries, Including their own label. Check out the White Pinot Noir, a summery treat perfect for any occasion. Cheers!