A beautifully sloped feature; the one, two punch from Sheridan Vineyard; Patricia Green Cellars press; a Pinot that is expensive in everyway but its price; Twill shows us what Oregon Syrah can and should be; tattoos and wine go together.
Temperance Hill vineyard through Adelsheim's lens; Julia Bailey knows Four Winds vineyard; Board Track Racer sends us their first reserve wine; Did you love the Loop de Loop 2018? Cause you will now; Syrah-ish wines for the late summer/ early fall.
Ever wonder what would happen if an American record producer and a French winemaker met in an airport lounge?; Dusky Goose makes a Pinot with a sheep skull on it; Force Majeure is ultra-premium; Jim Maresh and Marcus Goodfellow do not operate at <$25; John and Ksenjia House continue to set the standard line for American Riesling; Another married couple marries Pinot noir and Gamay noir.
Temperance Hill Vineyard through the lens of Vincent Fritzsche and Marcus Goodfellow; Avalon and Betz give back to healthcare workers; Mark Ryan & Co. deliver a spectacular Columbia Valley Merlot and Willamette Valley Pinot; Evesham's first foray into the Dundee Hills; Jess Pierce brings a little earth-conscious deliciousness to the New Discoveries Club.
Doug Tunnell gives us a masterpiece from 2017; regardless of price this Cameron is reserve level; the best WA Cabernet franc we've had in years; an under-the-radar Cab; Pinot noir that gives back for two clubs; Seth Morgen Long brought us one of the most interesting and delicious Chardonnays.
Winemaker Grant Coulter is featured in both Pinot clubs; Tiny and JD Nolan deliver another rocking big red; a fond farewell to an Eola Amity stalwart; a new chapter for RR winery aka Ridgecrest; Vincent delivers a Pinot blanc for spring.
A full Trathen Hall feature for the Reserve Club; a pair of stellar Cabs from the 2016 vintage; a weekday Pinot from the library; two wines from Julia Bailey's Loop de Loop; a southern Rhone-style white for the New Discoveries.
Steve Goff hits another bulls-eye with a pair of Pinots; Kelley Fox makes her club debut; Two incredibly balanced Washington blends; Mike Lundeen delivers a lot of Pinot and history for a small price tag; Luke & Meg from COR share some delicious Columbia Gorge Chardonnay.
Two jaw-droppers for the Reserve Pinot noir members; The best vintage of Pirouette yet; a blend from the Horse Heaven Hills that drinks waaaaaay above it's price; A 2014 Pinot that is in the perfect spot; The second 2018 Division Pinot to feature in the club; Cameron Nebbiolo, yes please!; The master of Oregon Sparkling wine releases a fun force-carbonated version.
Jackson Holstein is producing delicious Pinot at all prices; Sean Boyd shares WA wine from two of his projects; Guillen family Pinot returns to the Everyday club; a delicious Southern Oregon white wine is re-discovered!
A 2007 cellar selection from the Peterson-Nedry family; a wonderfully wild Pinot from Illahe; Mark Ryan pays hommage to the Foo Fighters; Walter Scott captured the Willamette Valley in 2018; a tasty Gruner Veltliner.
Broadley Pinots are featured in two clubs; Soos Creek shares their first ever old vine bottling; a brand new winery shows us their excellent Sangiovese; Anne Amie is making the best Pinot Blanc in Oregon.
The man who puts music in your mouth has both pinot clubs grooving; We throw the Reserve club a delicious curve ball; Guardian Gun Metal makes a triumphant return; a new bottling and renewed commitment to Red Mountain from Kiona; We still love Julia Bailey; It's a Tim Malone takeover of the New Discoveries!
Ken & Erica sojourn to create their best Pinot of the vintage; Grant & Renee show their "rough cut" Pinot is high class; Tony Dollar is looking super; Soos Creek made a terribly good Cabernet; the Casteels and Fords know their estates like the back of their hands; an exciting new voice in Willamette Valley Chardonnay; our favorite folklore creature has some delicious Merlot.
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