Keeping a cellar at home is simple, and a great way to store wines that would benefit from a little aging. Try these simple tips to keep a wine safe until it is ready to drink. Cheers!
Brandborg produces high quality wines in the new Elkton AVA, Check them out for an amazing selection of wines from crisp whites to big red varietals. Cheers!
Argyle Winery produces some phenomenal wines in the Willamette Valley. If you are looking for a quality wines at great prices, look no further. Cheers!
Viognier is a grape that is full of lush, fruit flavors. Check one out for yourself, Cheers!
The next time you stop by downtown Eugene, check out the First National Taphouse for some delicious wine on tap. The 2010 Arch Terrace Syrah is a great choice for a big red wine full of berry flavors. Cheers!
Are glass corks they the way of the future? There are many sealing options in addition to just the traditional corks used in the past. Glass corks may just be the way of the future. Cheers!
J.Scott Cellars is a local urban winery producing some amazing wines. The 2013 Sauvignon Blanc is a knockout - and perfect for our frugal budgets! Cheers!
William Rose wines are local (just off 5th and Lincoln in Eugene), and delicious. Make sure and try the Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon blend for a tart, but refreshing wine drinking experience. Cheers!
Lavelle Vineyards produces many varietals. The 2012 Willamette Valley Pinot Noir is a big bodied Pinot, made with lots of love. Stop by one of their two locations to get yourself a taste of this delicious wine. Cheers!
Food and wine pairing can be a very fun experience, especially if that wine is Oregon Pinot Noir! Everything from smoked ham to curry pair well with Pinot, but try creamy french onion soup next time you are looking for a quick, complimentary pairing. Cheers!