Hey, Friends! Thanks for checking in with us!
As you’ve probably guessed from the headline, after 14 years in the wine industry, Amy and I have decided that it’s time to park the tractor and say goodbye to our grapes, but not to great wine and friends.
We have been honored to have befriended many of you from the very beginning when we first bought our beloved Evensong vineyard property in 2005, planted our vineyard in 2008 and then opened our tasting room in 2014.
We wanted to do something positive with our remaining inventory of wine. So, as a special deal for our wine friends, we have slashed all of our wines to $8 per bottle or $96 per case! We have also included free shipping!
If you are a non-profit charitable organization and could benefit from wine donations for fund raisers, we'd like to help. Just contact us through our "contact us" info here on the site.
Through the years, we’ve enjoyed the kindness strangers, friends and family at the tasting room, along with the favor of judges at wine competitions.
The rewards inspired us, starting with the platinum medal at the Greatest of the Grape competition in Southern Oregon, to more recent awards at the Sunset Magazine International competition in 2020, and again, at this year’s 2022 Oregon Wine Competition.
Many of those award-winning wines are still available and receiving rave reviews, check the online product catalog for the medals awarded to each wine.
Though I’ve put up the weed trimmers and oak barrels, I haven’t stopped collecting fine wine. I’ve been researching the vineyard and wine process that produces a wine that garners 96-100 points year after year. Is it terroir and winemaking, or prestige and politics? What’s the difference between a 90-95 point wine and 96+ point wine? There is certainly a difference in price!
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We hope our paths cross again sometime soon, but either way, we want you to know how very grateful we have been for your support and encouragement through this journey.
Best wishes and God bless!
Ed and Amy