OREGON WINE

    Quick Sip: Maysara Winery Jamsheed 2009 Pinot Noir

    Hello Friends, Today’s Quick Sip is the Maysara Winery Jamsheed 2009 Pinot Noir from Willamette Valley's McMinnville sub-appellation. Maysara Winery is owned by Moe and Flora Momtazi, who purchased a 532-acre abandoned wheat farm in 1998 and began planting a vineyard.  In 2...

    1 readers - By My Vine Spot

    Combing Oregon's Countryside for Rhone Style Wines

    Finding a bottle of top-quality Pinot noir in Oregon is easy, fortunately for you. And since May is Oregon Wine Month, you could easily go out and purchase a bottle of local Pinot noir in your favorite restaurant or wine ...

    By Sip With Me!

      Talk Wine with Me: Jason Brumley of Xylem Wines

      Sip With Me! - - This new series of articles will expose a side of the winemaker you don't often see—their up-close and personal side. The purpose is for you to learn a little more about each winemaker's philosophy.You might discover how and wh...

      The Dance of Wine: Elizabeth Chambers Pinot Noir

      Sip With Me! - - Elizabeth Chambers Cellars 2011 Pinot Noir Cuvée $32. Elegant, complex and classic in style. Its dance is like a ballerina; strong, lithe, yet restrained and Old World. The first thing to jump out is the dark,...

      Behind Every Wine Label Lies a Real Personality

      Sip With Me! - - A label is only the surface-level story of the wine. A winemaker’s job, besides making the best wine possible with a given vintage, is often to be the face of the brand. Winemakers attend wine dinners near and far, and partic...

    The latest about Oregon Wine

      Talk Wine with Me: Rebecca Pittock-Shouldis of Ghost Hill Cellars

      … In this on-going interview series, I will introduce you to a different Oregon winemaker in the hopes that as you learn more about them, you'll also be interested in learning more about their wines. You might discover how and why they came to make wine, you may gain a better understanding of their palate and how it influences the wines they craft…

      By Sip With Me!

      Talk Wine with Me: Jason Brumley of Xylem Wines

      … of the Willamette Valley itself, the wines produced here, and the communal spirit of those involved in the winemaking industry in northwest Oregon spoke to my soul in a way that nothing ever really had. I knew that I had finally found a calling. As we sat in a hotel room looking out at the Pacific Ocean and listening to the sound of the crashing…

      By Sip With Me!

      Combing Oregon's Countryside for Rhone Style Wines

      … Finding a bottle of top-quality Pinot noir in Oregon is easy, fortunately for you. And since May is Oregon Wine Month, you could easily go out and purchase a bottle of local Pinot noir in your favorite restaurant or wine shop. But don’t limit yourself to the famed grape. Rhône varietals thrive in Oregon, due in part to the diversity of Oregon’s weather. Read the rest of story to discover more about Oregon's Rhone style wines here at 1859 Magazine.…

      By Sip With Me!

      Quick Sip: Maysara Winery Jamsheed 2009 Pinot Noir

      …, and portobello mushrooms. Region: McMinnville, Oregon.  (Other info: ABV 13.7%, 8% barrel aged in new French oak for 11.5 months, native yeast fermentation, approx 8,772 cases produced, screw cap enclosure). 89 Points. Click here to find this wine. It has a suggested retail price of $30 and is available for as low as $23.99 on CorkExclusive…

      1 readers - By My Vine Spot

      Behind Every Wine Label Lies a Real Personality

      … will peel back the label to show you how Oregon winemakers pour their heart, soul and personality into each bottle. I’ll start here with some of the female powerhouses of Oregon wine. Read the whole story Behind the Wine Label here……

      By Sip With Me!

      The Dance of Wine: Elizabeth Chambers Pinot Noir

      … Elizabeth Chambers Cellars 2011 Pinot Noir Cuvée $32. Elegant, complex and classic in style. Its dance is like a ballerina; strong, lithe, yet restrained and Old World. The first thing to jump out is the dark, blood red color. Though the wine is young, it is already showing a brownish tinge, signifying an age it did not yet…

      By Sip With Me!
    2 Blogs about the topic