The holidays are one of the most exciting times of the year. Whether you like a nice glass of bubbles or a crisp rosé, there are wines that can fit any occasion. Cheers to an amazing holiday season!
During my exploration of Oregon wine, I have encountered many wineries that excite me when I see their bottle in my frugal price range. Adelsheim Vineyards is of of those wineries.
From the very start of my wine journey - I've always loved red wines. Especially red blends. In addition to growing excellent pinot noir, Oregon can impress with it's large bodied reds. There are many big red varietals (i.e. cabernet sauvignon, tempranillo, or merlot) that are grown in Southern Oregon because of the warmer climate. However, today's selection is from a little further north.
Upon my first sniff I knew I was in for a treat. It had a crisp acidity with a hint of black pepper. It smelled like a crisp fall day
Oregon Pinot Noir can be a very difficult wine to find while maintaining a frugal budget. I’ve tried many less than $20 dollar Pinots, and until now I’ve had a tough time finding one that truly impresses me.
In This edition of Wine Down Eugene, we've got another great Frugal Wino entry from Sarah Tunnell. Originally published a year ago, Sarah was spot on then and it's perfect for now.
One of the great things about publishing EDN is the opportunity to find unknown writers and make them known, to give them a platform for their voice. Wine writers in particular.