Montinore Estate is a producer of fine Oregon wines in Forest Grove. They have an amazing array of varietals, and grow all of their grapes in biodynamic and organic vineyards. They also have some excellent options at our frugal price point. Cheers!
These wine racks are like nothing I've ever seen - solidly engineered with precision from reclaimed barn wood, there's no chemical treatment whatsoever and every crevice and grain of the wood, undoubtedly, has a story to tell.
Having just returned from the gorgeous Horse Heaven Hills AVA in southeastern Washington, I’ve barely had time to unpack while I’m already thinking about what to pack for the upcoming 27th Annual International Pinot Noir Celebration (IPNC).
This year, since we are so close in proximity to our neighboring Umpqua Valley wineries, I've decided to highlight their Memorial Weekend events in addition to highlighting the events happening at the South Willamette wineries.
With a six day forecast like the one we currently have in the South Willamette Valley, there's no better place to be than at the wineries, soaking in the warmth and rays. If you need me, I'll be at one of the following wineries, glass in hand.
I'm back from the vibrant city of New York - a city that never sleeps, for sure. As I strolled (or should I say, speed walked) along the busy streets lined by restaurants, bars and shops packed full of patrons, I was amazed by the never ending dynamism.
As I pack for my trip to New York City, I'm tempted to bring spring sandals, light jackets, and brightly colored outfits, but the forecast tells me that even though my arrival day will be the first official day of spring, it's looking a lot more like winter on the East Coast.
Wow, this is the 100th issue of Wine Down Eugene! For a total of 100 weeks, I've been bringing the readers of Eugene Daily News a weekly listing of wine related happenings and events at local shops, restaurants, bars and wineries.
In just 5 more editions of the Wine Down, I will have written about wine and wine events in and around Eugene for a total of 100 weeks - without missing a beat. I guess that means I'll need to pop the cork on a bottle of wine; better yet, a bottle of Oregon Sparkling Wine!
Ahhhh, Spring is in the air...or so we all thought. Two days ago I was admiring the daffodils and blossoming trees. Today, the second day of Spring, those same flowers and trees are blanketed in about 6 inches of snow.