Oregon

Boedecker Cellars

Husband and wife team Stewart and Athena Boedecker created Boedecker Cellars in 2003, and they have been crafting wines focused on quality, finesse and loyalty ever since. After having lived abroad in Europe for two years, Pacific Northwest Natives Stewart and Athena Boedecker returned home to found Boedecker Cellars in Oregon’s revered Willamette Valley. After… Read more »

Evening Land Vineyards

The Evening Land has long been a symbol of the dream quest to find the mythical Greek garden where the golden fruits of immortality grew – tethered to the setting sun on the western rim of the unknown world – just beyond the reach of mortals. Inspired by the myth, the journey began to find… Read more »

Gothic

In 2009, Josh Nadel and William Tigertt launched Gothic. With decades of food and wine experience in New York City, the young would-be vintners set out to make classic Pinot Noir in the elegant, food-friendly style of Old World winemaking. Years of travel and relationships with top wineries eventually led them to the America’s Pacific… Read more »

Lemelson Vineyards

When Eric Lemelson first moved west to attend Reed College in Portland, Oregon in 1979, it initiated a cascade of serendipitous events that have culminated in his establishing Lemelson Vineyards – a “no compromise” Pinot Noir estate in the Yamhill-Carlton region of Oregon’s emerging wine industry in the late 1990’s. Eric’s strong belief in environmental… Read more »

Underwood

Ryan Harms, founder of Union Wine Company, moved to Oregon in 2001 and embraced wholeheartedly the region’s unique spirit and passion for craftsmanship, finally deciding in 2005 to satisfy that entrepreneurial bug that had been nagging him to start something that he could be proud of. He’s worked for some great Oregon wineries throughout his… Read more »

White Rose Estate

Located in the heart of Oregon’s Dundee Hills AVA, White Rose Estate is dedicated to growing and producing artisanal Pinot Noir that exhibits classic variety character and above all, conveys a sense of beauty. Since 2001, annual production has increased from a couple hundred cases to approximately 4,000 cases per year of Pinot Noir which… Read more »