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I absolutely loved visiting the tasting room in McMinnville. The staff was so friendly and helpful. This pinot gris makes a fantastic gift!
hi wine julia ,i am julia
and run the wine business also
hope we have opportunity
Excellent article...Fantastic wines...
That's what I do, lol! Kids in the day, write at night. Sleep? What's that? ;-)
Wow you're up very late or very early. Lol
Still interesting andfor well written description on the wines. Will read your others too, but back to ZZZs for me now.
Thanks, Eric! I enjoyed yours as well.
Great article, love all the pics and the map. Looks great!
I'd love to meet Sarah!! She makes some excellent wine!
Sarah is our winemaker! If you haven't met her yet, I can certainly arrange that :) Great article. We love the Joel Palmer House!!!
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The Frugal Wino: 2011 Chehalem Inox Chardonnay
As my exposure to wine - especially from the Pacific Northwest - gets greater and greater, my excitement about finding new wines and wineries grows. I'm always on the hunt for new wines to try, and love it when I find one that is totally new to me - what a fun challenge to tackle!
Celebrating Earth Day With Willakenzie Estate 2010 Estate Cuvee
Happy Earth Day! I thought it would be most appropriate, on Earth Day, to pop the cork on a bottle of wine from a winery that is not only named after dirt, but also believes that dirt matters. Yamhill-Carlton's Willakenzie Estate is a small family owned winery located in Oregon's picturesque northern Willamette Valley.
The Allison Inn & Spa – Luxury Lodging in the Heart of Oregon Wine Country
The Allison Inn & Spa is, without a doubt, the ultimate place to stay while experiencing Oregon's beautiful wine country. The elegance that exudes from this pristine property is perfectly matched with the elegance of the region's highly acclaimed Pinot Noirs.
Celebrating Malbec World Day
Malbec World Day, which for me actually turned out to be more like Malbec World Week, is an annual happening that takes place on April 17. For one 24 hour period, wine enthusiasts around the world pop the cork on a bottle of Malbec and celebrate this multi-layered varietal that is chock full of character.
Drink Now: Kramer Vineyards Brut 2010
As I sat white knuckled on the plane and drank way too much of a wine that was grossly unidentifiable, I thought (quite often) of my wine writing colleagues who I knew were most certainly enjoying every sip of their Kramer Vineyards 2010 Brut.
The Frugal Wino: 2009 Three Wives Remy’s Red
I have been a fan of Remy Wines for a while now and am fortunate enough to have found a bottle under $20 that I could share with you all. Like I've said in the past, I love a good red blend. It's not about the 'darker the better' for me necessarily, I just want a blend that can bring out the best in each grape chosen.
#SnoothPVA: Oregon Wine Out Shines the Lights of New York City
Being an Oregonian whose heart belongs to Oregon wine, this was the event of events for me - it was the one I was most looking forward to. With a true affinity and passion for the wines produced in Oregon, I was excited and proud to have the wines of my home state presented to and tasted by some of the top wine writers in the U.S. - I had no doubt I'd soon be reading comments in their blogs like those previously pointed out.