The Riedel Glassware Company has been crafting fine glassware for 250 years. In recent years it has become known for creating specific glassware for various types of wines (grape variety).
They even produce specific glassware for different types of spirits.
"Savoring the Flavors" Domaine Drouhin Oregon
Domaine Drouhin allows you to experience their remarkable wines in a tasting room that also shows off their amazing winery.
"Aged and Seasoned" Domaine Drouhin Oregon
The old press at Domaine Drouhin is one that is steeped in history, used in an earlier period from the Burgundy region. "I would like to think that one day, people will taste Oregon wines, and particularly our wines and will say 'it is really true to the classic Burgundian Pinot Noir. Not a Cote de Beaune, not a Cote de Nuits, but uniquely Oregon." - Robert Drouhin
"The Sign of Great Wine" Stoller Vineyard and Winery
Stoller is known for not only its artisanal and stunning Pinot Noir but its elegant SV and vibrant JV Chardonnays, which come from clones of the notorious Dijon region of France. In 1995 they planted ten acres of Chardonnay and ten acres of Pinot Noir. Today, 176 acres are under vine, the majority planted to Pinot Noir.
"The Bouquet of Distinction" Tasting Room at Stoller Vineyard and Winery
A great wine will display aromas that persuade the consumer to move onward to the enjoyment of the drink, potential craving for another sip... and an additional whiff
"To Strengthen the Notes"
The employment of steel used in the aging process of wine is critical to bring forth the full strength, vibrant flavors of the fruit without the essence brought about from the oak barrels.
"As Far as the Eye Can See" Torii Mor Estate, Dundee Hills AVA, Oregon
The rolling hills and vines of the Oregon wine country seem without end. This is flawlessly true at the Torii Mor Vineyards. The Oregon "terroir" is truly like a dream.
"Brilliantly Jagged and De Rigueur" Newport Beach, Oregon
50 miles west of Willamette Valley is the Oregon Coast Range, a vital part of the geography that assists in the creation of some of the most highly regarded Pinot Noir in the world.
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