Temperance Hill, Resonance, and Weber vineyards all feature in the Reserve Club; An elegant Big Red from Ciel du Cheval; Cabernet Sauvignon and Chapel Block Syrah from Red Willow; Two of our favorite of 2016 weekday Pinots; The Oregon Gamay revolution continues; Washington Barbera from Charles Smith; A delicious Melon from Bow & Arrow.
Tyson Crowley brings an epic single vineyard Pinot to our door; the best release from aMaurice yet; an under $20 Pinot that clobbers the competiton; Owen Roe sharecrops some delicious Chardonnay.
The OG of Oregon Pinot delivers in fine style; Red Mountain AVA struts; 2015 Pinot: est arrivé!; two of our favorite Tuesday night wines just happen to be from Washington state.
Elk Cove shows off with their magnificent 2014s; Rasa and Marcus love Rush; Crowley says thank you for 10 years running; and John Grochau tosses his skullcap in to the Oregon Chardonnay race.
Will Hamilton's Violin Pinots take over two clubs; Brad McLeroy voted Ayres' best winemaker ever; Corliss shares their secret.
A very Special Reserve Pinot; Andrew Latta steps out of the K Vintners shadow; the Eola-Amity Hills reign supreme; our friend Aaron Coe made wine from grapes.
Abbey Ridge vineyard is featured for the second month in a row; Novelty Hill graduates to the Big Reds Club; J.K. Carriere clobbers your neighbor's party wine.
Two of Oregon's finest winemakers; Oregon-made Cabernet; and the best non-Pinot Rosé we have tasted this year.
Our downstairs Gamay-loving neighbor shows off his Pinot chops and Chad Stock of Omero Cellars asks: Do you know what is in your wine?
The irreverent John Paul of Cameron Winery pays homage to his friend's dog; we pull an oldie but a goodie from the Big Reds library; and a Washington dentist finds his french wine roots.
Double the months/ Double the wines!
The highest ranking Oregon winery in history and some exciting up-and-comers.
Our most popular Pinot of the year, a delicious sparkling, and a goodbye to a long time favorite.
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If you haven't found a full case (12 bottles) to buy today, start your Build a Case now by purchasing a few bottles online, by phone or email. If you order online, select the Build a Case option. If by phone or email, just ask us to add the bottles to a Build a Case for you. You'll receive order confirmation and we'll cellar the wines for you at no charge.
Add to your case whenever you see wines you can't resist. Each time you add to your Build a Case, you'll be charged the discounted price.
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