Feign of Terroir
by Golden Valley Brewery & Restaurant Feign of Terroir started as a light blonde ale which was aged in oak barrels with brettanomyces for up to nine months. The beer was then transferred onto fresh pinot noir grapes in a second set of barrels to age for several more months. The result is a tart pink ale with notes of rosé and brettanomyces funk. Style: Sour Ale Aged in Oak w/ Grapes
Siletz Bay Hazy IPA
by Beachcrest Brewing Company This Hazy IPA doesn’t have the crushing bitterness of a traditional West Coast IPA but instead has all the floral, fruity and tropical notes of our Northwest hops and drinks like a refreshing glass of hop juice. Just like the oftentimes-hazy Siletz Bay that our brewery borders, it’s an Oregon Coast classic. Style: New England IPA
Golden on Raspberries
by Yachats Brewing This 100% Foeder fermented Belgian Golden Strong is bright and boozy, with a bone dry body and bursting with Raspberry aroma and flavor. A delicate pink color adds intrigue to the rocky and voluminous white head. Over time, low level Brett C character will develop lending a tart pineapple and pie cherry aroma with mild acid development. ABV - 10% , IBU - 50 Style: Belgian Golden Strong with Raspberries
Brite Forecast Kolsch
by Falling Sky Brewing Brighter days are ahead! Soak up some sun with this traditional German Kolsch. Made with German malts and German Callista hops. This easy drinker has aromas of stone fruits and flavors of nectarines with a crisp and creamy malt profile. Don’t forget your sunglasses. (5.2% ABV - 24 IBU) Style: German Kolsch
Oregon Love IPA
by The Wheel Apizza Pub Our West Coast IPA is made with 100% hops and barley grown on Oregon farms. Clear malt base with notes of honey, and a citrusy bitter hop bite, with dank floral aromas from Oregon hop hash. The perfect pairing with your Oregon experience. Style: West Coast India Pale Ale
Spruce Tip Ale
by Wolf Tree Brewery Every spring we harvest Spruce Tips from the coastal forest surrounding the brewery. Our signature spruce tip ale contains zero hops and takes it’s slightly sweet, resinous flavor entirely from local Sitka Spruce Tips. This award-winning ale is packed with vitamin C and proof that beer is good for you. Widely sought and seldom found, and with just a touch of pine on the finish, this craft brew is truly a unique Oregon Coast experience. Style: Spruce Tip Ale
Lighthouse Session Pale Ale
by 7 Devils Brewing Co. Our Lighthouse Session is a light-bodied pale ale with a uniquely crisp maltiness and a generous centennial dry-hop to add floral notes of orange blossom and grapefruit. A celebration of our local beaches, it’s best enjoyed on a sunny day. Cheers! Style: Pale Ale
2020 Abbey Road Farm Pinot Noir Rose
by Abbey Road Farm We harvested the pinot noir for this wine on September 12th from Kason Vineyard in Yamhill-Carlton AVA. The vineyard is a warm lower elevation site just north of the town of Yamhill and was planted in 2000. We pulled 100% 777 Clone for this bottling. This wine is fermented at low temperatures for 51 days and aged in stainless steel on fermentation lees for an additional three months before being bottled in February. The resulting wine shows off a silky somewhat rich texture, with bright acidity.
2018 Imagination Series No. 27 "Ocean Meets Forest" Pinot Noir
by Dominio Wines During the summer the Pacific Ocean and the Willamette Valley engage in a daily conversation regarding the weather. Pinot Noir records the dialog in it’s berries. In the morning, the fog of the sea creeps into the valley’s forests and vineyards engaging in light chitchat. By the evening, casual banter has changed to the wind’s whipping whorl of discussion that thickens the skin of the fruit and leaves behind the freshness of acid. Fog and wind have a distinct and wonderful influence on the wines of the Willamette Valley, enjoy your own conversation over a glass.
2018 Willamette Valley Pinot Noir
by Elizabeth Chambers Cellar Red ruby in color, the Willamette Valley Pinot Noir exhibits beautiful aromas of fresh plum, cassis, boysenberry, sandalwood and thyme. Luscious fl avors of blackberry, cherry, Bergamot tea and mocha envelop the palate. A soft, silky, plush wine that is round, juicy and has great length. The Willamette Valley Pinot Noir is suitable for every occasion.
by Silvan Ridge Winery Winemaker JP Valot, originally from Mendoza, calls this Malbec “an Oregon wine with an Argentine soul.” When asked about our new release he adds, “Of all the wines we make, Malbec is the most challenging. But it’s constantly evolving and improving. I think we’re on the right path.” This vintage offers a lush nose laced with boysenberry and cocoa. Soft yet concentrated on the palate, with additional flavors of black cherry, vanilla, and cardamom.
2019 Chenin Blanc
b J. Scott Cellars The 2019 J. Scott Cellars Chenin Blanc is brilliantly crisp and clean. Aromatic stone fruit notes on the nose lead you into a well balanced honey and pear fi lled taste that has a lingering fi nish. Vibrant and refreshing to the very last drop, this is the perfect summer sipper!
Sweet Cheeks Pinot Noir
by Sweet Cheeks Winery Site specific to its core, this is the terroir of Sweet Cheeks Vineyards in a bottle. Lively and bright aromas of red raspberry, cherry, and cranberry underscored by toasted hazelnut, sweet tea, and violets for balance and fi nesse. Juicy waves of red fruit surf along the palate with fi ne grained tannins and subtle acidity. Cinnamon and star anise join the red fruit nuances - giving it great depth and complexity and fi nishing long and full of fall spices. Our “Triple Block” Pinot Noir got its name from the vineyard blocks of wine grapes that were used for its production: Kody Block (named after our founder’s beloved Black Lab), Wild Child Block (for its unruly and untamed growing patterns), and Grandpa Block (our oldest estate block - planted in 1978).