May is Oregon wine month! Now more than ever we want to support an important part of our business, as well as Oregon’s overall economy. This 3-pack will give you a taste for the spectrum of flavors that Oregon wine producers have to offer!
Ovum ‘Big Salt’ 2019 – A white blend from grapes grown in the Umpqua Valley. Intensely aromatic but dry, this wine feels exuberant with citrus, tropical fruits, and a lush texture. The organic ocean-facing vineyards impart a hint of the sea spray – hence the name.
Anne Amie Rosé of Pinot Noir 2019 – Immediate impressions are expressive, delicate, elegant. Flavors of tangelo, cherry, melon, and Jolly Rancher wash over the palate. We thought the label might be the best part of the wine (gorgeous, no?) Frankly, it’s a toss-up. Everybody wins!
Broadley Vineyards Pinot Noir Marché Cuvée 2018 – Alas, now is about the time we would be debuting this newest vintage in the restaurant. For now, we hope you enjoy this sneak preview release with the same convivial spirit as you would in Marché. This vintage is a bit bolder than the previous: black cherry and dark blue fruit are at the fore with undercurrents of black tea and dark chocolate. Lively tannins make for a crunchy, textural finish.