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.
We talk Oregon history with Jason Lett of The Eyrie Vineyards; Coeur de Terre shares some Estate Reserve with us; Betz takes over the Big Reds; 2018 Pinot here we come; Two winery debuts for the New Discoveries.
Mo's new vineyard shines and the Etzel boys show the apple does not fall far; aMaurice paints us two masterpieces; Hope Well vineyard and other premier sites on a Tuesday night; a new blend you can trust and a Chardonnay from St. Innocent as they launch their next chapter.
We say goodbye to Jesus Guillen; Club stalwarts: Anneka Miller, Tim Malone, and Elk Cove make welcome end of year appearances; We find good cadence, cowboys, and magicians in Washington; so much great Pinot for <$30; A southern Oregon red Tannat, along with the shortest instructions ever from aMaurice; A delicious pair of Chardonnays.
An exciting woodsman and a lauded veteran for the Reserve members; Two spectacular Horse Heaven Hills wines; Brigadoon returns and Grant Coulter's day job sends up their flag; Ovum draws a line in the vineyard.
The Dundee Hills' Worden Hill Rd shows off in the Reserve club; Two namesake WA wineries to be proud of; Et fille and Evesham Wood are good every day of the week; Kevin White's Syrah is really something special and Trathen Hall's Sauvignon blanc is discovered.
In 2016 Will Hamilton made one of the best Sojourner Pinots to date and one of the most smile-inducing Willamette Valley bottlings; Chad Stock captures Johan vineyard in a bottle; Rotie Cellars makes a big return with a red and white blend; The Rasa boys show off their strong 2016; A $25 reserve-level Pinot; Julia from Loop de Loop dropped off a rascally red.
Our favorite vineyard through the lens of a Willamette Valley pioneer, Adelsheim; Evesham's La Grive Bleue turns legal; Red Willow vineyard + Owen Roe = perfection; You will drink Sheridan's f*$kin' Merlot; Jackson Holstein and Vincent Fritzsche deliver bang for the buck; A beautiful red blend from Syncline and Anne Amie's rose is off the beaten path.
Hands down the best Meredith Mitchell and Four Winds vineyard Pinots we've had in years; Kevin White's Dubrul vineyard is one for the ages; Jackalope shows their breadth with a Cabernet Sauvignon; rock & roll Pinot pairs with Adelsheim breaking new ground; Kevin makes damn fine Tuesday wine too; a California all star brings his game to the Willamette Valley.
Jim Maresh shares some old vine magic; Chris Dickson has made one of the best 2015 Pinots; Jason Gersing brought us a jazzy Cabernet; the folks at White Rose and Maison L'Envoye over-deliver some Wednesday night pinots; we doubly welcome Quady North to the Northwest New Discoveries club.
A veteran club producer and a new-comer to the Reserve club; Two WA syrahs made in two different states; Cody Wright's Purple Hands are working; Will Hamilton's everyday pinot is super; Jess Pierce's inaugural riesling is off the chain.
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