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Jimi Brooks would have loved it: the Brooks Winery Ara Riesling 2006 was poured at the White House for President Obama's first state dinner, November 24th, 2009. Jimi's son, sister, and friends (including help from some of Oregon's best winemakers) have grown his winery to popularity and success in Oregon and across the US.

When Jimi Brooks died at the age of 38, the future of his young winery was uncertain. Summer was coming, and harvest and winemaking would have to start soon. But Brooks Winery had a 2005 vintage. Jimi's winemaker friends worked together to make the 2005 vintage.

Jimi's son, Pascal, inherited the winery and became Oregon's youngest winery owner (at eight). Jimi's sister, Janie, stepped in to manage it and in 2006, Chris Williams was hired as winemaker. 

Jimi's vision of wine, especially his dedication to green practices, is fulfilled today with Brooks Winery's range of wines, all made from biodynamically farmed grapes. With the completion of their own facility in the Eola-Amity Hills, Brooks has fulfilled Jimi's dream to create a first-class winery.

Build a Case

Make sure you always get a discount by using Build a Case. How it works:

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.

When you complete your case, we'll apply a shipping rate and contact you to schedule your case for shipment.

Because of finite space in our warehouse, we kindly ask that you complete your Build a Case within six months. Please email or call us with any questions.