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2012 Baco Noir
Robust, rich and deeply colored, this lovely wine has distinctive tart and tangy berry flavors, medium tannins and a long fruit-filled finish.

Baco Noir

2010 Cabernet Franc
Dark, medium-bodied wine with an alluring fruity nose, this vintage has rich flavors of plum and blackberry and hints of spice and licorice.

Cabernet Franc

2009 Cabernet Sauvignon
The alluring fruity nose draws you into this wine and is followed by rich fruit flavors of plum and blackberry along with hints of cassis and cocoa. This dark, medium-bodied wine finishes with subtle oak flavors and round tannins.

Cabernet Sauvignon

2012 Carmenere
This medium-bodied wine is deep in color, with moderate tannins, and distinctive fruity and earthy flavors.


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2009 Entourage
Cabernet Sauvignon is the king, and the rest are his 'Entourage.' This Bordeaux-style wine has all six original Bordeaux grapes. It is dark, rich, full-bodied and has layers of ripe black cherry, cassis and plum with hints of mint and cedar spice.


2007 Malbec
This dark, rich, medium-bodied wine is ready to enjoy now, but also has great potential for aging.


2008 Marechal Foch (Organic Grapes)
This wine is medium-bodied and deep, dark in color. It is high in natural acidity and has dark berry, herbaceous, spicy, earthy, and woody characteristics.

Marechal Foch (Organic Grapes)

2010 Merlot (Asian Girl Vineyard)
This rich, elegant wine displays ripe berry, plum and black cherry flavors balanced by a moderate oak and tannin structure.

Merlot (Asian Girl Vineyard)

2008 Petit Sirah
The alluring fruity nose draws you in, followed by rich plum and blackberry flavors, hints of spice and licorice. Aged 29 months in oak, with round tannins.

Petit Sirah

2013 Petit Verdot
Aged for 15 months in small oak casks, this well-balanced, medium-bodied wine is rich and fruity with hints of berry, cherry, and plum flavors along with moderate oak and tannins.

Petit Verdot

2012 Pinot Noir (Umpqua Valley)
This Pinot Noir is darker, richer and more full-bodied than about all of the Pinots we have produced in our 22 years in business. Warm aromas of red cherry and strawberry, along with spice, vanilla, and a touch of oak. It is well balanced with soft tanni

Pinot Noir (Umpqua Valley)

2012 Pinot Noir (VanVactor Vineyards)
A very special vintage in Oregon, this big wine has deep color and intense bouquet, which will mellow nicely over the next ten years. Loaded with black cherry, strawberry and plum fruit along with cola, cedar and herbal tea.

Pinot Noir (VanVactor Vineyards)

2011 Pinotage
A cross of Pinot Noir and Cinsault grape, this lovely South African varietal has aromas of raspberry, cherry, and plum, followed by rich, juicy, brambly red fruit flavors along with hints of earthy slate.


2012 Sangiovese
Medium-bodied, fruity with hints of plum, cherry and cranberry. Moderate oak and tannins.


2008 Tempranillo
This dark, rich full-bodied wine combines layers of fruit with layers of toasty oak integrated into a nicely balanced wine with firm tannins.


2012 Zinfandel
This wine displays a fragrant nose of blackberry and plum followed by ripe raspberry, blackberry and spice flavors.



Visit our tasting room:

Open Daily 12 - 5

Open Saturday and Sunday 12-5
Open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 2-4

(Other times by appointment)

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