After checking out the first Oregon winery, I was nice and warmed up. I checked out several others during the rest of my days in wine country.
Adelsheim Vineyard — Not what I was expecting, as in many whites. But, lots of reds, too…
Bergstrom Winery — Took/could taste a ton of influence from France.
Alexana Winery — First, fun road to get there/a little off the beaten path! Great variety of wines, hard to pick from (as in which was best).
Lange Estate Winery and Vineyards — that fishing lure of a logo pulls you in then you get the goods! I love Pinot land!
Sokol Blosser Winery — They just remodeled their tasting room, which was very nice to check out. I had never had a Rose from OR. There is a first (amazing) time for everything! They also make an ‘everyday’/table wine under the name of Evolution.
Great time, great wines, keep ’em coming Oregon!
The only winery on your list I’ve visited is Sokol Blosser and it was a great experience. I’d love to go back and see the new tasting room. I had the rose too and thought it was great…brought home a bottle!
I’m going to start shopping/looking around here (DC) to see how many varietals I can find.