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Stay Well & Well Stocked

Stay Well & Well Stocked

Posted 11/16/20.Uncategorized

As we head into Thanksgiving, a holiday defined more than any other by the sharing of food and community, Governor Brown has announced a “two-week freeze” on gatherings – effective Wednesday, Nov. 18 – to slow the spread of COVID-19. While the Governor’s order will pause onsite tasting, wineries across…

Give and Get This Giving Season

Give and Get This Giving Season

Posted 11/05/20.Uncategorized

It’s been a tough year. So this holiday season more than 100 wineries statewide want to say thank you for your ongoing support with a gift, discount or charitable donation. The Giving Season is our gift to you and it starts right now. Gather safely with your loved…

Professional Athletes and Oregon Wine Make Great Collaborative Teams

Professional Athletes and Oregon Wine Make Great Collaborative Teams

Posted 09/30/20.Blog

Most NBA fans know about players’ affinity for fine wine, but what may be less known is among the wines they love are many standouts made in Oregon. When players like LeBron James are quoted as saying this to Yahoo Sports in 2017:  “Oregon Pinot is some of the…

Celebrando a los Administradores de Viñedos de Oregon en Harvest

Celebrando a los Administradores de Viñedos de Oregon en Harvest

Posted 09/17/20.Blog

Foto por Easton Richmond National Hispanic American Heritage Month es del 15 de setiembre al 15 de octubre.  Si como dice el dicho, “el vino se hace en el viñedo,” entonces vino de altura no se puede producir sin la experiencia de los trabajadores Hispanos y Latinx de los viñedos.

Consistency is King with Oregon Reports Penned by Wine Critics

Consistency is King with Oregon Reports Penned by Wine Critics

Posted 09/17/20.Blog

Felipe Ramirez, winemaker at Rose & Arrow Estate In early February 2020, before COVID-19 placed its indelible mark on us, Nick Stock filed his 2018 Oregon wine report for JamesSuckling.com: “…another convincing showing from Oregon, which is producing high quality across a number of vintages and demonstrating real…

Celebrating Oregon’s Vineyard Stewards at Harvest

Celebrating Oregon’s Vineyard Stewards at Harvest

Posted 09/16/20.Uncategorized

Photo by Easton Richmond September 15 – October 15 is National Hispanic American Heritage Month. It’s also the four weeks during which the majority of Oregon’s grapes are harvested. If, as the saying goes, wine is made in the vineyard, then great wine can’t be made without the experience of…

Raise a Glass to Oregon’s Latinx Wineries

Raise a Glass to Oregon’s Latinx Wineries

Posted 08/21/20.Uncategorized

Beacon Hill Winery’s Carla Rodriguez / Photo courtesy Beacon Hill Winery Oregon’s wine community is powered in part by an experienced, dedicated and indefatigable Latinx community. From the vineyard rows to the cellar door, countless personalities contribute to growing great grapes and making nuanced wine. Our friends at Travel…

Turn Your Bottle Purchases Into Perks

Turn Your Bottle Purchases Into Perks

Posted 08/05/20.Blog

Now through September 1 you can turn last night’s bottle into tomorrow’s tasting room perk. Simply upload your Oregon wine receipts to enjoy perks at more than 150 wineries statewide. Photo by Anna Campbell courtesy Elk Cove Your Oregon Vine Perks pass earns you 2-for-1 tastings at all 150+…

Bid On Rare Pinot While Supporting Oregon’s Vineyard Community

Bid On Rare Pinot While Supporting Oregon’s Vineyard Community

Posted 07/13/20.Blog

Photo by John Valls Starting Tuesday, July 14 you can bid on rare Oregon Pinot noir and support no-cost COVID-19 health services for Oregon vineyard workers and their families. You don’t even have to leave the house. For three days only the Summertime ¡Salud! E-Auction offers the 2019 ¡Salud! Cuvée from…