1. 14 Hands Winery

    14 Hands Winery

    (Prosser, WA)

    The inspiration for 14 Hands draws from the legendary wild horses that once roamed eastern Washington. These horses – which measured 14 hands tall – were celebrated for their power, strength and tenacity. The unique and beautiful landscape that gave the horses their spirit and tenacity now feeds our vines. With loamy sand and gravel soils, these hills require a strong and determined grapevine, and our 14 Hands vines revel in this world class terroir. With the fruit from these hardy vines, our winemaker crafts big, fruit-forward reds and crisp, juicy whites that honor the legend of the region.

  2. Alloro Vineyards

    Alloro Vineyards

    (Sherwood, OR)

    Alloro Vineyard is 70 acres of uniquely contoured, loess-derived, Laurelwood soil. Located on a southwest-facing slope in Oregon’s Chehalem Mountains, this special place is the heart and soul of our wines and is personally cared for by Founder and Vineyard Manager, David Nemarnik.  We are 100% Estate, crafting all our wines from our sustainably farmed, single vineyard site.  Our Burgundy trained, UC Davis educated Winemaker, Tom Fitzpatrick, believes that a wine should be an “expression of place, at a moment in time” and should therefore capture the unique personality of a site as it is expressed in each vintage. Elegantly composed, terroir-driven wines that reflect this philosophy are our focus.

  3. Anew Riesling

    Anew Riesling

    (Patterson, WA)

    Anew was crafted for those who enjoy healthy activities, but also seek time to relax and rejuvenate. They strive for a lifestyle of balance, making these aromatic and refreshing wines a perfect fit for their life. The fresh and light flavor profile makes Anew wines a perfect fit for many occasions. Anew wines offer a harmonious blend of pure fruit flavor, heightened aromatics and balanced acidity. Expressive flavors give Anew wines a crisp refreshing essence.

  4. Anne Amie Vineyards

    Anne Amie Vineyards

    (Carlton, OR)

    Pinot reigns supreme at Anne Amie Vineyards with Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Pinot Blanc forming the heart of our production. Complementing the pinot family is Old-Vine Estate Riesling and Müller Thurgau, planted in 1979. Our vineyards are located in the rolling hills of the Yamhill-Carlton District and on the steep hillsides of the Chehalem Mountains, both nestled in Oregon’s verdant Willamette Valley. Our tasting room hosts breathtaking views of our vineyards and the Pacific Coast Range.

  5. Archery Summit

    Archery Summit

    (Dayton, OR)

    Since its inception in 1993, Archery Summit has been devoted to crafting exceptional Pinot Noir from its 120 acres across six estate vineyards. Inspired by the remarkable growing conditions provided by the Willamette Valley, their team approaches each step of the winemaking process with particular thoughtfulness and care. Over the past twenty years Archery Summit has developed an international reputation for producing wines among the finest and most luxurious of New World Pinot Noir.

  6. Argyle Winery

    Argyle Winery

    Argyle Winery (Dundee, OR)

    Argyle Winery has been creating wines in the Willamette Valley since 1987. What began as a conviction to grow world-class sparkling wine has grown to include an acclaimed portfolio of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Riesling. Argyle farms more than 500 acres of estate vineyards in the Willamette Valley, and welcomes guests daily at the Argyle Tasting House, located in the same downtown Dundee space they’ve called home since the beginning.

  7. Barton & Guestier

    Barton & Guestier


    Founded in 1725 by the true Irish adventurer Thomas Barton, Barton & Guestier is the oldest wine merchant established in Bordeaux. With almost three centuries of experience, Barton & Guestier is present in over 130 countries on five continents. At Barton & Guestier, from vine to wine, from vinification to tasting, with our expertise and commitment, we aim perfection. Additionally, we make a point of honor of conveying our know-how, both through time, from one generation to the next, and through space, from one country to another, from one culture to another.

  8. Battle Creek Cellars

    Battle Creek Cellars

    (Willamette Valley, OR)

    In Unconditional, we’ve curated Pinot Noir from some of the most exciting vineyards in Oregon to create a wine that compromises nothing in quality and enjoyment. A versatile Pinot Noir that showcases Oregon’s perfect balance of fruit, elegance and earthiness, Unconditional’s price belies its excellent quality. This is Pinot Noir to be enjoyed every day, unconditionally.  Battle Creek Vineyard, one of its source vineyards and also the namesake winery, has a long tradition of producing premium Pinot Noir in the famed Willamette Valley. Long sunny days, tempered by cool coastal breezes and soils from ancient sea bed contribute to the quality of this single-vineyard Pinot Noir. Since 1998, Battle Creek Vineyard has produced terroir driven Pinot Noir with delicious flavor and acclaim to match.

  9. Beaujolais Wines

    Beaujolais Wines


    Located north of Lyon in eastern France, Beaujolais overlaps Burgundy in the north and Rhône in the south. The picturesque Beaujolais vineyards run along the Saône River, where winemakers have crafted deliciously supple and fruity wines since the days of Ancient Rome. The spirited wines of Beaujolais are born of handpicked grapes that are vatted whole, using winemaking methods unique to the region. While Beaujolais does produce a small amount of whites and rosés, the region is best known for its versatile reds. Lighter in body than most, the Beaujolais reds are sometimes served slightly chilled, making them as popular in the warmer months as they are during the winter.

  10. Browne Family Vineyards

    Browne Family Vineyards

    (Walla Walla, WA)

    Launched with its first vintage in 2005 in Walla Walla, Washington, Andrew Browne of Browne Family Vineyards  was inspired by the greatness of one man—his grandfather, a war hero and Nazi hunter, William Bitner Browne. Integrity and excellence are the standards upon which Browne wines are created. This is premium Washington wine, made with the utmost quality and enjoyment in mind. Known primarily for Cabernet Sauvignon, a Bordeaux red blend and Chardonnay, Browne Family has expanded to nine varieties sourced from the legacy vineyards of five distinctive viticultural areas within the Columbia Valley. Each year’s limited production brings a fresh opportunity to raise the bar. More than 30 critical scores of 90 points or higher set the bar for excellence.

  11. Canned Oregon

    Canned Oregon

    (Newberg, OR)

    Canned Oregon was born from the bold idea that quality wine should complement every lifestyle you lead. Whether exploring the mountain, relaxing at the beach, or in the city with friends, Canned Oregon evokes adventure and the endless ways to experience wine beyond the bottle. With four unique offerings – Pink Bubbles, White Bubbles, Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir – discover an Oregon wine for every moment, no matter where you are. Oregon is not just a state, it’s a state of mind.

  12. Chateau Ste Michelle

    Chateau Ste Michelle

    (Woodinville, WA)

    In the realm of New World regions, Chateau Ste. Michelle is truly a timeless classic – the premiere winery of Washington. We defined the Northwest wine industry nearly 50 years ago with classic vinifera wines and stand today in a New World leadership role.

  13. Chehalem Winery

    Chehalem Winery

    (Newberg, OR)

    Chehalem Winery boasts a rich history of innovation, sustainability and exceptional wines. Founder, Harry Peterson-Nedry, pioneered grape growing in the prestigious soils of Ribbon Ridge in the early 1980s. Chehalem now sources estate fruit from three distinctive Willamette Valley AVAs and has second-generation winemaker, Wynne Peterson-Nedry, at the helm of production. This Oregon wine original is known for its single-vineyard Pinots and its progressive approach to Willamette whites. At Chehalem, it’s about the wine.

  14. Chemistry Wine

    Chemistry Wine

    (Newberg, OR)

    Wine brings people together. There is a visceral connection that ignites the moment a bottle of wine is placed on a table. It’s the substance that binds us together and establishes new rapport. It enhances the chemistry of our lives, making each engagement with our peers more relevant, more extraordinary. Crafted from world-class fruit grown in Oregon’s Willamette Valley, Chemistry wines are made for the everyday moments in life.

  15. Col Solare

    Col Solare

    (Benton City, WA)

    From Chateau Ste. Michelle and Marchesi Antinori comes Col Solare – a Cabernet Sauvignon-based wine with profound density, complex flavors and a supple texture. The distinctive flavor of Col Solare reflects an ingenious partnership that combines our expertise in the Northwest’s climate and precision viticulture with Antinori’s 26 generations of winemaking experience in Italy.

  16. Colene Clemens Vineyards

    Colene Clemens Vineyards

    (Newberg, OR)

    Colene Clemens was founded in 2005 by Oregonians Joe and Victoria Stark, with the express purpose of making exceptional pinot noir.  Named in honor of Victoria’s mother, Colene Clemens, the Estate spans 122 acres where the Chehalem Mountains converge with Ribbon Ridge, featuring both sedimentary and volcanic soils.  Vineyard elevation climbs from 350 to 650 feet, where the winery perches with sweeping views of the coast range and valley.  Currently 59 acres are planted to pinot noir & chardonnay.  Winemaker & Vineyard Manager Stephen Goff has overseen production of the fruit and wines since the inaugural vintage in 2008.

  17. Columbia Winery

    Columbia Winery

    (Woodinville, WA)

    For more than 50 years, Columbia Winery has embraced a legacy of progressive winemaking that has led its forward-thinking winemakers to discover new grape varieties, vineyards and blends. Today, Winemaker Sean Hails continues this spirit of innovation, handcrafting a distinct collection of food-friendly wines from Washington State. Here, intense sunlight, coupled with a lack of rainfall, translates to deeply concentrated color, flavor and structure in the glass. Located just outside of Seattle, the iconic Columbia tasting room offers daily tastings and Northwest-inspired offerings.

  18. Cristom Vineyards

    Cristom Vineyards

    (Salem, OR)

    Cristom Vineyards began a quarter of a century ago as a collaboration between an engineer and a biochemist who each possessed a deep-rooted respect for the land, the natural winemaking process, and Pinot Noir. 26 years later, second-generation winegrower-owner Tom Gerrie and winemaker Steve Doerner lead our tenured viticulture team in tending our Estate vineyards, and producing elegant, dynamic wines, recognizable by our hallmark style of whole-cluster fermentation by native yeasts.

  19. Domaine Divio

    Domaine Divio

    (Newberg, OR)

    Domaine Divio Estate is a 20-acre parcel located in the Ribbon Ridge AVA. Owner and Winemaker, Bruno Corneaux, is a fourth-generation grower and producer from Burgundy, France. Being raised caring for and farming his family’s vineyards, he understands the importance of cherishing the land. He embraced Biodynamic farming practices for the estate vineyard and the sites he sources from. His site-specific Pinot Noirs express themselves through his traditional, non-interventional winemaking. Among his selection of Pinot Noirs, it is also Domaine Divio’s great pleasure to offer our highly-touted Chardonnay. As we say, “Oregon wine by essence, Burgundian wine by style.”

  20. Domaine Drouhin Oregon

    Domaine Drouhin Oregon

    (Dundee, OR)

    Established in 1987, Domaine Drouhin Oregon is owned by the Drouhin Family of Burgundy (Maison Joseph Drouhin). Fourth-generation winemaker Véronique Drouhin-Boss produces wines of distinction, balance, elegance and longevity. Philippe Drouhin, who oversees the family vineyards in Burgundy and Oregon, is responsible for the 225-acre estate. Today, 124 acres are under vine and are certified sustainable by L.I.V.E. The family’s principled approach to viticulture and winemaking, and long experience with Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, have earned an international reputation for excellence.  In 2013, the Drouhins purchased the Roserock vineyard in the Eola-Amity Hills, and have just released the first wines from the new estate.

  21. Domaine Ste. Michelle

    Domaine Ste. Michelle

    (Paterson, WA)

    Domaine Ste. Michelle defines American sparkling wine – with a distinctive Washington state style and a classic new look. Traditional varietal grapes such as Pinot Noir and Chardonnay blend to create sparkling wines the way they were meant to be created, traditional Méthode Champenoise. Domaine Ste. Michelle sparkling wines have delicate fruit flavors and lively acidity, perfect fit for any occasion. Our family of sparkling wines offers a range of styles from easy elegance with our dry (Brut) to a kiss of sweetness with our (Extra Dry). Approachable style and flavor marks Domaine Ste. Michelle as a premium quality sparkling wine that offers a unique and exceptional value – a true celebration of style.

  22. Duck Pond Cellars

    Duck Pond Cellars

    (Dundee, OR)

    Originally from California, Doug and Jo Ann Fries moved their family to Sunriver, Oregon in the early 1980’s. In 1984, they purchased property in Dundee, Oregon, where they planted a 500-acre hazelnut orchard along with a small 13-acre vineyard with the hopes of producing a few hundred cases of their own wine. In 1993, Duck Pond Cellars opened its doors for the first time, named in honor of the family home on Sunriver’s Duck Pond Lane. We remain a family-owned and operated winery, and our dedication to providing quality wines has never wavered in our 25 years of business.

  23. Elizabeth Chambers Cellar

    Elizabeth Chambers Cellar

    (McMinnville, OR)

    Elizabeth Chambers Cellars is a boutique winery specializing in handcrafted micro-regional Pinot Noir made in McMinnville, the heart of Oregon Wine Country. We invite you to start (or continue) your own love affair with Pinot Noir by discovering our world-class wines. Today, we celebrate a new chapter for Elizabeth Chambers Cellar wines under the guidance of winemaker Drew Voit. Drew’s first job in winemaking was as Assistant Winemaker for Liz at Silvan Ridge, and his exploration of Pinot Noir continued with positions at Shea Wine Cellars and Domaine Serene, as well as his own boutique label, Harper Voit. An industry veteran who has consulted for some of the region’s most coveted ultra-premium labels, Drew brings additional credibility to Elizabeth Chambers Cellar in the eyes of both wine aficionados and the industry as a whole.  Visit us at our historic winery and tasting room, an idyllic getaway in the heart of McMinnville where we proudly pour our lush, fruit-forward Pinot Noir, Rosé and Pinot Gris daily and host fun-filled events throughout the year.  Purchase a selection of our elegant, well-made wines to share at your next family gathering, raise in an intimate toast, or lay down for a truly special occasion in the future. To enjoy an unparalleled experience, exclusive benefits, and access to our inaugural release of Chardonnay in early 2019, we invite you to consider membership in our Collector’s Club or Connoisseur’s Club. We are honored to share these wines with you as the finest representation of the region as well as the varietal.

  24. Elk Cove Vineyards

    Elk Cove Vineyards

    (Gaston, OR)

    Founded in 1974 by Pat and Joe Campbell and named for the elk herd that roams nearby, Elk Cove’s six estate vineyards stretch from Oregon’s Yamhill-Carlton hillsides to the peaks of the Chehalem Mountains. In 1995, Adam Campbell joined forces with his parents as a second generation winemaker and 5th generation Oregon farmer. Adam believes you can only create exceptional cool-climate wines by growing the best fruit possible: “High quality wine really starts in the vineyard. At the end of the day I need great vineyard sites and impeccable farming to make phenomenal wines.” Family farmed for over four decades. 100% Estate Grown and Bottled.

  25. Elouan Wines

    Elouan Wines

    (St. Helena, CA)

    The name Elouan means “good light”, which is reflective of the typically cool summers, yet abundant sunshine found in this winegrowing region. The unique climate, diversity of soil types and the gentle sunlight influence on both canopy and fruit, form the foundation of this wine’s northern character. Elouan is a blend of Pinot Noir from three regions along Oregon’s coast: Willamette, Umpqua and Rogue Valleys. When blended together, the fruit from these diverse regions produce wines with depth of flavor, vibrancy and suppleness. Offerings include a Pinot Noir, Rosé of Pinot Noir and two Reserve Pinot Noirs.

  26. Erath


    (Dundee, OR)

    Erath wines are an expression of the land that the winery has cultivated for more than 40 years, longer than any other winery in the Dundee Hills of Oregon. The red, iron-rich Jory soils, combined with gentile breezes and warming sunshine of a marine climate have given rise to the handcrafting phenomenon, and the Art of Pinot. In its fifth decade of winemaking, Erath embraces its leadership role in producing extraordinary Oregon Wines. Regardless of season, regardless of year, Erath is a place for Pinot discovery.

  27. Gruet Winery

    Gruet Winery

    (Albuquerque, NM)

    Founded in 1984, Gruet Winery specializes in Methode Champenoise sparkling wines. Family owned and run, the New Mexico-based winery produces Pinot Noir and Chardonnay-based sparkling wines and a small collection of still wines, with roots originating from Gilbert Gruet’s Champagne house in Bethon, France. More than 25 vintages since its beginnings in New Mexico, Gruet Winery has achieved unprecedented acclaim and remains a favorite of the nation’s top sommeliers. Today, winemaker Laurent Gruet and his assistant winemaker, nephew Sofian Himeur (son of Nathalie Gruet) continue the legacy that began in France.  Never deviating from the traditional methods passed along from Gilbert Gruet, the winery has galvanized its place as one of America’s top sparkling wineries.

  28. Hazelfern Cellars

    Hazelfern Cellars

    (Newberg, OR)

    Hazelfern started their wine craft in 2006 while making five gallons of Pinot Noir in a dimly lit Portland, Oregon basement on the former (circa 1895) site of Hazel Fern Farms. In 2014, a quarter-life crisis pushed Bryan and Laura Laing to pack up their basket press, two daughters, and a ping pong table for life on a wine farm in the Chehalem Mountains of Newberg, Oregon. Hazelfern focuses on making high-quality and delicious small lot wines from Oregon and are best paired with special occasions, loud music, good people, great stories, romantic getaways, and Tuesday night farm dinners!

  29. House Wine

    House Wine

    (Seattle, WA)

    House Wine was designed with the goal of providing maximum value and quality in an iconic minimalist package. House Wine brings great wine, at a great price, to any great occasion. Box, bottle, or can, we invite you to find the perfect House Wine and make it yours. Our house is your house.

  30. MERF


    (Paterson, WA)

    MERF stands for something, more importantly, someone: David “Merf” Merfeld. His journey from Iowa family farmer to Washington winemaker started in brewing with some interesting detours along the way. Merf believes in honest, hard work and American craftsmanship ingrained in every bottle of his wine. His wine is something to be discovered, tasted and enjoyed with friends. Ask for it by his name: MERF.

  31. Montinore Estate

    Montinore Estate

    (Forest Grove, OR)

    Established in 1982, Montinore Estate is the largest producer of certified estate wines made from Biodynamic® grapes in the country. With our 200-acre Demeter Certified Biodynamic® and Stellar Certified Organic vineyard located in north Willamette Valley in Oregon, we focus on producing superior Pinot Noirs, cool climate whites, and fascinating Italian varietals. Montinore Estate wines are a celebration of a place and a culture where wine is part of the every day. They are firmly rooted in the values of a well-lived life, one that includes the enjoyment of food and wine with friends and family. Made to enjoy now, with fresh and lively flavors, Montinore’s wines are also crafted with age-worthy structure and complexity.

  32. Northstar


    (Walla Walla, WA)

    Combining the art of old world winemaking with new world innovation to create Merlot that can be considered among the world’s best, Northstar is a guiding light, attracting wine lovers to the marvel of Washington state Merlot. Diversity of vineyards and sub-appellations within the Columbia Valley are Northstar’s hallmarks. Vines average 15 years old and yield grapes with concentrated varietal flavors. Head Winemaker David “Merf” Merfeld blend the best Merlot from the region with other varietals to make the best wines possible.

  33. Pike Road Wines

    Pike Road Wines

    (Carlton, OR)

    We are proud family farmers with over 350 acres of vines in the Northern Willamette Valley, primarily for our original winery, Elk Cove Vineyards. In 2016 we launched Pike Road Wines, sprouted from our determination that it’s possible to create affordable, quality made wines from Willamette Valley fruit. Pike Road, our namesake, runs adjacent to our vineyards and deep into the Oregon Coast Range Mountains. We take pride in crafting delicious white wines and Pinot Noirs sourced from our own vines and those of other family vineyards. We are committed to preserving small family farms here in the Willamette Valley through these long time partnerships, some of which we’ve had for decades.

  34. Ponzi Vineyards

    Ponzi Vineyards

    (Sherwood, OR)

    Founded in 1970 in Oregon’s lush Willamette Valley, Ponzi Vineyards is internationally acclaimed for producing some of the world’s finest Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc, Chardonnay and White Riesling, as well as Arneis and Dolcetto, two rare Italian varietals. Ponzi Vineyards continues to set the standard for Oregon’s viticultural innovation while maintaining an unwavering commitment to a tradition of winemaking excellence. For more than two decades, this philosophy has been carried on by the Ponzi Family’s second generation: Winemaker Luisa Ponzi and Director of Sales and Marketing Maria Ponzi. Driven by the concept that the variety must match the terroir and climate, Ponzi Vineyards continues to set the bar for Oregon and remains at the forefront of the nation’s top wine producers.

  35. Portland Sangria

    Portland Sangria

    (Portland, OR)

    Portland Sangria is a blend of dry wine and fruit juice from the Pacific Northwest, balanced with fresh herbs, whole spices and finished with a touch of fizz. Conveniently packaged in a 12 oz can, PortlandSangria is your delicious companion for fun and adventure. It’s now available in three flavors: Dry Rosé with Raspberry-Loganberry-Cardamom, Dry White with Lemon-Ginger-Rosemary and Dry White with Blueberry-Basil. Dress it up, dress it down, take it anywhere.

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  37. Santa Margherita Wines

    Santa Margherita Wines

    (Miami Beach, FL)

    Santa Margherita represents the best of Italian provenance, character and craftsmanship. We respect the people and lands that produce our great wines and are proud to be sustainable, eco-friendly, vegan and energy-efficient. We invite you to pair the people and foods in your life with the Pinot Grigio we made famous, our 100% hand-harvested Prosecco Superiore, our complex Chianti Classico Riserva or our new delicate Sparkling Rosé.

  38. Sokol Blosser Winery

    Sokol Blosser Winery

    (Dayton, OR)

    In 1971, the Sokol Blosser family planted grapes on just five acres in the Dundee Hills. As one of the pioneering wineries of the region, Sokol Blosser has played a key role in developing and shaping the now-prominent Oregon wine industry. The winery is family owned and operated, with the second generation now at the helm: siblings Alex and Alison Sokol Blosser. Achieving B Corp certification in 2015, the estate has grown to more than 85 acres under cultivation, and the winery works to create wines of world-class quality, produced in a sustainable manner, which reflect the distinctive flavors of the grapes, soil and climate.

  39. Soter Vineyards

    Soter Vineyards

    (Carlton, OR)

    Native Oregonians Tony and Michelle Soter established Soter Vineyards in 1997 following Tony’s distinguished career as consulting winemaker, organic farmer and founder of Etude in Napa, CA. Today, the Soters own and operate Mineral Springs Ranch (MSR), a 240-acre Biodynamic farm and vineyard in the heart of Oregon wine country. Mineral Springs Vineyard consists of 40 acres of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay situated along the backbone of the property known as Savannah Ridge. The combination of respectful farming, ancient marine soils, and temperate climate, result in wines that are layered, nuanced and seductively captivating while remaining modest in alcohol and tannin.

  40. Spring Valley Vineyard

    Spring Valley Vineyard

    (Walla Walla, WA)

    Spring Valley Vineyard is nurtured by a family with roots planted deep in this corner of the Walla Walla Valley. The land has been farmed for generations – from Uriah Corkrum and his wife, Katherine; to their son, Frederick, and his wife, Nina Lee; and on to their daughter, Shari Corkrum Derby and her husband, Dean. To honor the family heritage, the wines are named for family members and reflect the expressive character of the land. A true estate winery, only fruit grown in the estate vineyards goes into these hand-crafted, highly-acclaimed wines. Situated twelve miles northeast of Walla Walla, Spring Valley Vineyard basks in the reflective nature of their surroundings – the picturesque wheat fields of the Corkrum-Derby homestead.

  41. Stoller Family Estate

    Stoller Family Estate

    (Dayton, OR)

    Chehalem boasts a rich history of innovation, sustainability, and exceptional quality. Known for our single-vineyard Pinot Noirs and a progressive approach to white wines, we firmly believe that outstanding wine should accompany every course of a meal. First established in 1980, pioneering grape growing in the prestigious soils of the Ribbon Ridge AVA, today we have three
    unique estate vineyards planted in three distinct designated winegrowing regions of the Willamette Valley AVA. Our sites and winemaking style reveal wines that emphasize balance, elegance and texture.

  42. Tertulia Cellars

    Tertulia Cellars

    (Dundee, OR)

    Tertulia Cellars was founded in 2005 with the idea to make terroir driven wines from the Walla Walla valley. The winery is nestled in the heart of Walla Walla’s wine country, surrounded by our Whistling Hills vineyard and boasting a beautiful view of the Blue Mountains. Construction began on our state of the art winery and cellar in 2007 and was completed in 2008. Our facilities focus on sustainability, functionality, and beauty, all reflecting the core values of Tertulia Cellars. The cellar utilizes the most modern winemaking equipment while respecting old world winemaking techniques. We are excited to welcome guests daily to our three tasting rooms: Walla Walla, WA, Woodinville, WA and Dundee, OR.

  43. Union Wine Co.

    Union Wine Co.

    (Tualatin, OR)

    Embracing the artistry of making great wine minus all the fuss is what Union Wine Company is all about. Union cares more about what goes into the glass than what kind of glass it is. Not willing to sacrifice taste or value, Union’s founder and winemaker Ryan Harms challenges his team to balance tradition with the latest technology, crafting exceptional Oregon wines at extraordinary prices. Union’s three wine series, Kings Ridge, Underwood and Alchemist, all capture the spirit of Oregon in a way you can put on your table every day.

  44. Washington State Wine

    Washington State Wine


    WA State Wine represents every licensed winery and grape grower in WA State aiming to raise awareness and demand for WA wine through marketing and education. WA State Wine proudly supports Feast Portland and will be present at Feast events throughout the weekend sharing a handful of wines and producers from across the state.

  45. WillaKenzie Estate

    WillaKenzie Estate

    (Yamhill, OR)

    Our winery’s name was born out of its integral tie to the land. WillaKenzie Estate is named for the marine sedimentary soil on which our estate is planted, a tribute to Oregon’s two major rivers—the Willamette and McKenzie.Founded in 1992, we have a rich 25-year history in the Willamette Valley. As the first LIVE certified winery, stewardship of the land and preservation of our local ecosystem are at the forefront of our vineyard management and winemaking practices. Only 125 acres of our 420-acre estate is planted to grapes, in order to maintain the biodiversity of our land. Our vineyards feature the most clonal diversity in the Willamette Valley, with over 11 different clones of Pinot planted – enabling blend complexity and texture. Our Pinot Noirs, Chardonnays and Pinot Gris showcase the elegance of the Willamette Valley. WillaKenzie Estate has welcomed Winemaker Erik Kramer to the helm. Erik has spent thirteen years in the Willamette Valley, where he’s developed a reputation for creating world-class wines of finesse and balance. Erik is dedicated to bringing our wines into the future, a future which will respect and remain rooted in our history, while bringing Oregon Pinot Noir to the world stage.

  46. Wine By Joe

    Wine By Joe

    (Dundee, OR)

    By embracing the Oregon spirit in every bottle, Wine By Joe is crafted to be your go-to wine for any and all occasions. Located in the heart of Dundee, Oregon, our winery opened its doors in 2002, and we’ve been crushing grapes and taking names ever since. For us, making wine is our way of recognizing and sharing what makes Oregon, Oregon. Each bottle embodies who we are, how we take care of our people, and our planet. It’s been our mission to consistently make really good, approachable wines at a really good, affordable price.