What makes Oregon wines special?
Oregon is home to over 800 wineries producing around 100 different varietals. The diversity of soils, climates, and elevations inform the variety and creativity behind Oregon wines. Despite being the third largest producer of wine grapes in the US, Oregon winemakers remain committed to a small-batch, crafted wine culture.
Celebrate Oregon wine culture!
May has become Oregon Wine Month-a celebration of Oregon wines. So there’s no better time to get better acquainted with Oregon wines or to add to your collection of favorites.
Our short list of some Oregon favorite wines.
From the classic Oregon Pinot Noir as well as a delightful sparkling option, here’s our short list of some favorite Oregon wines. Each of these selections is delivered in a keepsake crate, making them perfect for gifting!
Stoller Reserve Pinot Noir
A superb Oregon Pinot abounding with focused red fruit notes and forest-floor earthiness.
Oregon Pinot Noir Experience
Transform a special occasion into a monumental celebration with a boutique bottle of sensational Oregon Pinot Noir.
Argyle Extended Tirage Brut Sparkling
A sought-after Willamette Valley sparkling wine with a quality that stands up to the best French Champagnes.
Willamette Valley Estate Pinot Noir Wine Crate
An exceptional estate Pinot Noir delivered in a keepsake wine crate.
Or enjoy a west coast sampling of Pinot Noirs.
A great way to explore a region is by comparison! We love this trio of west coast wines visits the Dundee Hills, Carneros, and the Chehalem Mountains regions.
Oregon & California Pinot Noirs: Adelsheim, Bridlemile & Etude
This wine trio features two Oregon Pinot Noirs as well as one from California.