Red Wines of the Pacific Northwest

 
Red
Wine Varieties
Pacific Northwest Wines

Click on a varietal below to find out more about it
and where it is planted in the Pacific Northwest.

 


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Red Wine Varieties



Barbera
Cabernet Franc
Cabernet Sauvignon
Carmenère
Dolcetto
Gamay
Grenache
Lemberger
Malbec
Maréchal Foch
Merlot

Nebbiolo


Petite Sirah
Petit Verdot
Pinot Meunier
Pinot Noir
Rotberger
Sangiovese
Syrah
Tempranillo
Zinfandel

Zweigelt

Red Blends

 

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Petite Sirah
(peh TEET  sir AHH)
The Grapes:  Petite Sirah is really none other than the obscure Rhone variety Durif, yet it was mistaken for true Syrah in California for more than a quarter century. While Syrah and Petite Sirah are both Rhone grapes, they are not related.  Durif (sometimes spelled "Duriff"), named after a Dr. Durif who first propagated the grape around 1880 in the Rhone Valley, is an unpopular variety grown in tiny quantities in the Midi of southeastern France. It is now being grown on a limited number of vineyards in Eastern Washington and the southern Willamette Valley of Oregon. The Wine:  Until the 1970's, Petite Sirah's claim to fame was as a blending wine. Since then it has emerged as a noble varietal in its own right. Petite Sirah produces a very dark, almost inky wine that tends to be massive, tannic and long lived. It is similar to Syrah in flavor, but usually exhibits heartiness in place of Syrah's elegance.
Petit Verdot
(peh TEE  vair DOUGH)
The Grapes:  Historically, Petit Verdot was used as a minor component in many of Bordeaux’s finest encepagement.  While many ‘New World’ producers continue to use Petit Verdot as a minor component of Bordeaux-type blends, an ever-growing number are using the grape to make deeply pigmented, highly extracted and aromatic single varietal labeled wines.
 
The Wine:  When able to ripen fully the grape can add a rich purple color, firm tannins and an exotic floral and spicy perfume to the resulting wines.
Pinot Meunier
(PEE noh moon YAY)
The Grapes:  An early ripening mutation of Pinot noir, Pinot Meunier is planted sparsely in Pacific Northwest wine regions.  In contrast, it is planted to approximately one third of the vineyards in France's Champagne region. A few vineyards of Oregon and British Columbia contain this red grape, famous for its role in traditional Champagnes.  It is generally used in the Northwest for the fruitiness it contributes to wines both still and sparkling. Sometimes produced as a single varietal, its early ripening nature make this red vinifera ideal for cool climate viticulture. The Wine:  At least one Oregon producer makes a still red wine from these grapes, while a few use it in sparkling wines made to the méthode champenoise standard.  Wines made from these grapes are a lighter-style red with more full fruit and softer tannins than Pinot Noir. Often characterized by lively cherry flavors, with a bit of pepper in the aroma.

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Red Blends

    While European wines are most often blends of two or more varietals, wines produced in the Pacific Northwest (and throughout the U.S. and Canada) are predominantly single varietals.  Some believe a blended wine represents the highest form of the winemaker's art, giving her or him the freedom to use a number of varietals to create the structure and flavor they are seeking.  In fact many so-called single varietals actually contain a portion of one or more other varietals, as long as the volumes contained do not exceed limits set by corresponding regulations of state and province.  "Meritage" wines are becoming a more prevalent naming standard for wines blended with Bordeaux varietals throughout the Northwest.  In the case of red wines, a Bordeaux-type blend must contain two or more Bordeaux varietals... Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petite Verdot, Malbec and Carmenère, an ancient Bordeaux grape.  Other blended wines may carry proprietary names or a simple "Table Wine" designation.

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Rotberger
(RAHT burger)

The Grapes:  Result of a cross with the Trollinger variety. Used to produce fruity, early maturing light red wines in cool-climate areas. Has no relationship with the Rotburger variety bearing nearly similar name.

The Wine:  Gray Monk Estate Winery, located in the far north end of the Okanagan Valley (50º latitude), is the only known North American producer of this light-red wine.  Considered a Rosé wine.
Sangiovese
(san-geo-VAY-zee)
The Grapes:  Fine quality, traditional Italian red wine grape; origins are central Italy.  In Tuscany this grape is sometimes call "San Gioveto". Washington State has been planting some of these grapes with great results, and the wines are beginning to be released. The Wine:  Used in the region of Tuscany for some of Italy's most famous red wines. It is the principle variety used for Chianti. As a varietal wine, Sangiovese is rich and intense.  

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(sir AHH)

The Grapes:  One of the noblest black grapes, if longevity is a factor in nobility.  The great grape of the northern Rhone Valley of France, Syrah's origins are the subject of much debate and hypothesis.  Syrah did not originate in the city of Shiraz in Iran, as many stories have it, but most likely originated from the vineyards of the Northern Rhone. More recent DNA studies by UC Davis have concluded that Syrah is the result of a cross of the “Dureza” and “Mondeuse Blanche” grape varieties, probably emanating from the slopes of Hermitage. Washington State is becoming known for its syrah wines in recent years.  Southern Oregon growers also are growing Syrah now, as are Southern Okanagan Valley growers in British Columbia.  This Rhone varietal seems to have a future in select wine regions of the Pacific Northwest.  In fact, some believe it will become the region's next Merlot.

The Wine:  Spicy, deep, dark, dense qualities with good complexity.  Fruit is the key word for Syrah wine.  The singular richness of the fruit in Washington Syrahs suggests cherry and sometimes blackberry. The wine's profile may also include the spiciness of black pepper, nutmeg, cinnamon or cardamom. These components provide an elegance and refinement some say surpass even the Syrahs of France and the Shiraz of Australia. 

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Tempranillo
The Grapes:   A variety of Vitis vinifera, a red grape native to Spain where it is widely grown and known as Spain's noble grape. Tempranillo translates to "little early one," which alludes to its tendency to ripen early compared with many other red varietals.  Tempranillo is a thick-skinned black grape used to make full-bodied red wines. Interestingly, most traditional Spanish growing regions have indigenous names for Tempranillo like Tinta de Toro, Tinto Fino, Tinta del Pais, and Cencibel.  Now Tempranillo is being taken seriously in the new world, and it is grown in small amounts in Pacific Northwest wine regions. The Wine:  Tempranillo is typically a medium- to very full-bodied wine with low to moderate acidity and medium-short to long-term aging capacity. 
Tempranillo wines can be consumed young, but are considered at their best when aged, especially in oak barrels.  They are lightly colored and age well in both American and French oak.  Tempranillo's aromas and flavors usually combine the elements of berries, plum, tobacco, vanilla, leather and herb.

 

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Zinfandel
(ZIN fun dell)
The Grapes:  The European origins of Zinfandel are uncertain with the varietal label appearing as early as 1883.  This variety is productive and ripens readily.  Oregon's warmest wine region, the Rogue Valley appellation, grows small quantities of this versatile grape. The Wine:  Zinfandel is praised for its versatility and ease of fermentation.  Wines are made from the grape at all stages of ripeness:  under ripe grapes are used for rosé wines; ripe for reds; overripe for port wines.  Red wines are dry, full-bodied, intensely flavored, with plenty of tannins.  With minimum coaxing from winemakers, premium Zinfandel's can be rich, peppery, full of ripe fruit flavors and lush texture.

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Zweigelt
(ts-VIE-gellt -- the “g” is hard)

The Grapes:  A relatively new grape variety that is big in Austria and making some interesting inroads in British Columbia's Okanagan Valley.  It was in the 1920s that Dr. Fritz Zweigelt, working at the Klosterneuburg research station, came up with a cross of two varieties: Blaufränkisch (also known as Lemberger) and St. Laurent.  It became Austria’s most popular red-wine grape, and its fairly early ripening and generous yield made it a winner among its growers. The Wine:  At its best, it combines the bite and fruity character of the Blaufränkisch grape and the body of the St. Laurent.  Because of its fruity characteristics, it has been compared to the wines produced from the Gamay grape, like the red wines of Beaujolais.  If the body of the wine is full, it can be age-worthy and serious, although most Zweigelt is drunk young.
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Pacific Northwest Wine Shops, Tasting Rooms,
Wine Bars and Wine Storage

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Oregon
Wine Shops, Wine Bars & Regional Tasting Rooms

Oregon Wine Storage
 


Featured Businesses

The Cellar on 10th
(Tue - Sat: 10 am - 5:30 pm;
Closed Sun & Mon)

1004 Marine Drive
P.O. Box 386
Astoria, OR  97103
503-325-6600

Other Suggested Oregon Wine Shops,
Wine Bars & Regional Tasting Rooms

38 on Central
Restaurant & Wine Bar
38 N. Central Avenue
Medford, OR
541-776-0038

Allegri Wine Shop
44 N. Main Street
Gresham, OR 97030
503-465-1841

Alloro Wine Bar & Restaurant
375 2nd Street SE
Bandon, OR
541-347-1850

ALU Wine Bar  
(Mon - Sat: 5 - 11 pm)

2831 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Portland, OR
503-262-9463

Ashland Wine Cellar
38 Lithia Way
Ashland, OR  97520
541-488-2111

Avalon Wine Gift & Gourmet
201 SW 2nd Street
Corvallis OR 97333
541-752-7418

B2 Wine Bar
(Daily: Noon to about 11 pm)

Crescent Village
2794 Shadow View Drive
(Just north of Costco off Coburg Road)
Eugene, OR
541-
505-8909

Blackbird Wine Shop
(Sun 12 - 5 pm; Mon closed;
Tue - Thu & Sat 12 - 8 pm; Fri 12 - 9 pm)

4323 Northeast Fremont Street
Portland, OR 97213
503-282-1887

Blu Cork Wine Bar
(Noon to Midnight)
613 SW Third Street
Newport, OR
541-265-2257

Broadway Bistro & Market
200 West Broadway
Eugene, OR
541-
685-0790

Carpe Vinum
4831 SE Division St
Portland, OR 97206
(503) 232-1550

Cellar Bar
The Hotel Oregon

310 NE Evans
McMinnville, OR 97128
503/472-8427
888 472-842

The Cellar on 10th
(Tue - Sat: 10 am - 5:30 pm;
Closed Sun & Mon)

1004 Marine Drive
P.O. Box 386
Astoria, OR  97103
503-325-6600

Chateaulin Wine Shoppe
50 East Main Street
Ashland, OR
541-488-9463

Cork a bottle shop
Eastside
2901 NE Alberta Street
Portland OR, 97211
503-281-2675
Westside
1715 NW Lovejoy Street
Portland, OR 97209
503-501-5028

Cork Cellars, Inc.
(Tue - Thurs, 12 - 10 pm; Fri - Sat, 12 - 11 pm;
Sun, 12 - 10 pm; Closed Mondays)

391 W Cascade Avenue
Sisters, OR 97759
541-549-CORK (2675)

The Cork & Stein Bistro
Bottle Shop & Wine Bar

Paramount Center
2108 Main Street
Springfield, OR  97477
541-736-WINE (9463)

Cornell Wine Co.
14740 N.W. Cornell Road
Portland, OR
503-531-3981

Crush
1412 SE Morrison St
Portland, OR  97214
503-235-8150

Cru Wine Bar
(Tues - Thurs, 5 - 11pm;
Fri & Sat, 5pm - 12am)

7907 S.E. Stark Street
Portland, OR 97215
503-262-0696

Dari's Bistro
8801 S.E. Causey Road
Portland, OR
503-652-5955

Del Rio Vineyards Tasting Room
Del Rio Vineyards and wines from
other area wineries

(Memorial Day to Labor Day:
Daily - 11 am to 6 pm
Otherwise, Daily - 11 to 5)
Off exit 43 of I-5
52 North River Road
Gold Hill, OR
541-855-2062

Dino's Italian Cafe & Wine Bar
404 SE Jackson
Roseburg, OR  97470
541-673-0848

Domestic Gourmet
12044 SE Sunnyside Road
Clackamas, OR  97015
503-698-3176

E&R Wine Shop
6141 SW Macadam Avenue
Portland, OR
503-246-6101
877-410-8654

The Friendly Vine
Main Street & Pacific Avenue
2004 Main Street
Forest Grove, OR  97116
503-359-1967

Gem Wine Cellar
 3433 N.E. Broadway
Portland, OR
 503-493-1366

The Gift House
(Northwest Gifts and Wines)
204 Oak St
Hood River, OR 97031
1-800-460-2946

Grand Vines
Wine Shop, Wine Bar,
Bistro & Chocolate Shop
(Corner of High St & Court)
195 High Street NE
Salem, OR  97301
503-399-9463

The Great Pacific Wine
and Coffee Company
403 South Main Street
Pendleton, Oregon  97801
541-276-1350

Healthy Habits
107 East 2nd Street
The Dalles, OR 97058
541-298-1906

The Hop & Vine
BOTTLESHOP | LOCAL FOOD & DRINK

1914 N. Killingsworth St.
Portland, Oregon 97217
503.954.3322

Horse Radish Cheese & Wine Bar
211 W. Main Street
Carlton
, OR   97111-0944
503-852-6656

Jacksonville Inn Wine & Gift Shop
175 E. California Street
Mailing Address:  Box 359
Jacksonville, OR  97530
541-899-1900
800-321-9344

LaVelle Tap Room
and Bistro

(Mon - Sat: 3 - 9 pm; Closed Sun)

International Marketplace
400 International Way, Suite 130
Springfield, OR 
 97477
541-246-8989

Liner & Elsen Wine Merchants
2222 NW Quimby St. (at 22nd Ave.)
Portland, OR 97210
503-241-9463

Liquid Assets
(Daily, 11 am - 1 am)

Shasta Building
96 N. Main Street

Ashland, OR
 541-482-9463 (WINE)

Lucy's Wine Bar
at Lucy's Table
704 NW 21st Avenue
Portland, OR
503-226-6126

Merenda Restaurant and Wine Bar
900 NW Wall Street
Bend, OR
541-330-2304

Mt. Tabor Fine Wines
4316 SE Hawthorne Blvd.
Portland, OR
(503) 235-4444

Nib, a Dessert and Wine Bar
769 Monroe Street
Eugene, OR  97402
541-338-7684

Noah's... a wine bar
525 East Third St.
McMinnville, OR  97128
503-434-2787

Noble Rot
2724 SE Ankeny Street
Portland, OR 
503-233-1999

Northwest Food & Gifts
(Tues - Thurs, 10 - 6; Fri & Sat, 10 - 7;
Sunday, 12 - 5 pm)

3rd & Evans
McMinnville, OR
503-434-6111

NW Wine Bar
(Fri & Sat, noon – 10pm)

326 N Davis Street
McMinnville, OR
503-435-1295

Grist Mill Café
(Umpqua Valley wine tastings)

116 NE Locust Street
Oakland, OR 97462

541-459-2727
 
Oakway Wine & Deli
305 Oakway Mall
Eugene, OR 97401
Phone: (541) 343-3088
 
Old Noah's Wine Cellar & Wine Bar
511 E. Third Street
McMinnville, OR  97218

One
Wine Bar
1520 Pacific Blvd. S.E.
Albany, OR
541-967-3472

Oregon Wine Warehouse
Wine Shop and Wine Bar
(Tasting Room: Fri-Sat: 12-8 Sun: 12-5)
(Wine Bar:
Mon & Tues: 12-5 <bottle sales only>
Wed & Thurs: 12-8pm, Fri & Sat : 12-10pm)

943 Olive
Eugene, OR
541-342-8598

Oswego Wine Co.
449 B Avenue
Lake Oswego, OR
503-635-2112

 

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Pacific Wine Club
Tasting Room & Bottle Shop
3588 Heathrow Way
Medford, Oregon 97504
1-800-792-6410 or
1-541-245-3334

Pairings
(Tue - Fri: 2 - 8 pm; Sat: 11 am - 8 pm;
Closed Sun & Mon)

455 NE 24th Avenue
Portland, OR  97232
541-531-7653

Paley's Place
1204 NW 21st Avenue
Portland, OR
503-243-2403

Papà di vino Wine Bar & Shop
1130 Royvonne Ave. SE #104
Salem, OR  97302
503-364-3009

Parallel 45
Wine Bar & Restaurant
8294 SW Nyberg St.
Tualatin, OR 97062
 503-612-9219

The Pearl Wine Shop
1314 NW Glisan
Portland, OR 
503-326-2976

Pilaf Restaurant & Wine Bar
18 Calle Guanajuato
Ashland OR 97520
541-488-7898

Ponzi Tasting Room & Wine Bar
(Daily: 11 - 5; Later summer
hours: Fri & Sat until 8 pm; Sun until 6)

100 SW 7th Street
(Hwy 99 & 7th)
Dundee, OR
503-554-1500

Portland Wine Merchants
1430 SE 35th Street at Hawthorne
Portland, OR  97214
(503) 234-4399

Pour Wine Bar & Bistro
2755 N.E. Broadway
Portland, OR 97232
503-288-7687

Primrose & Tumbleweeds
Boutique & Wine Bar

(One block north of
3rd & Washington MAX stop
in Historic Downtown Hillsboro)

248 E Main Street
Hillsboro, OR 97123
503-703-8525

Private Reserve Wine Shop
and Tasting Room
19702 SW Hwy 18
McMinnville, OR  97128
503-843-3900

Raise Your Glass
 (Tues - Thurs, 4 to 10 pm
Fri & Sat, 4 pm  till closing)
630 Jackson Street
Roseburg, OR

541-643-0264

Renaissance Premium
Wines & Cigars
...& Wine Bar, too
1320 NE Orenco Station Pkwy
Hillsboro, OR
503-615-8676

Rogue Valley Wine Center
(Pouring local premium wines)
Carriage House, Voorhies Mansion
at Eden Valley Orchards
2310 Voorhies Road
Medford, OR 97501
541-512-2955

Salut! Wine Company
16020 S.E. Mill Plain Blvd.
Suite 105
Vancouver, WA
360-891-5505

Santiam Wine & Bistro
1555 12th Street, Ste. 130
Salem, OR  97302
503-589-0775

South Stage Cellars
   Wine Garden & Tasting Room
A vineyard-based Tasting Room.
Quail Run Vineyards wines from various vintners
(Mon - Thur: 1 - 7 pm; Fri & Sat: 1 - 8 pm;
Sun: 1 - 7 pm; Closed Mon, Jan thru Mar)
125 South 3rd Street
Jacksonville, Oregon
541-899-9120

Sip D'Vine
7887 SW Capitol Hwy
Portland, OR  97219
503-977-9463

Southeast Wine Collective
and Wine Bar
Including: Division Winemaking Co - 503-887-8755,
Fullerton Wines - 503-544-1418,
Helioterra Wines - 503-757-5881,
Jackalope Wine Cellars - 971-533-8834,
Jasper Sisco - 205-568-1118,
Ore Winery -503-473-4055,
Vincent Wines - 503-740-9475,
Willful Wine - 503-577-8982
(Call for seasonal hours)
2425 SE 35th Place
Portland, OR
503-208-2061

South End Wine & Gifts
Sellwood District
8337 SE 17th Ave.
Portland, OR 97202. 
Phone: (503) 238-9772
Fax: (503) 238-9820

Split Wine Bar
(Mon & Tues: 3pm - 10pm;
Sun, Wed & Thurs: 11am - 10pm;
Fri & Sat: 11am - 12am)
Bridgeport Village Mall
7335 Southwest Bridgeport Road
Tigard, OR  97224
503-639-5711

Storyteller Wine Company
(
Fridays - 4-9pm, Saturdays 10-7pm)
5511-B SW Hood Avenue
Portland, OR 97239
503-206-7029
800-753-2531

Sundance Wine Cellars
2470 Alder St.
Eugene, OR  97405
800-679-4637
 

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The Tasting Room
105 W. Main (Hwy 47)
Carlton, OR  98814
503-852-6733

The Tasting Room
(
Thur - Sat, 11 - 6, Sun, noon - 5 p.m.)
161 C North Elm Street
Sisters, OR 97759
541-549-8730

Terroir Restaurant & Wine Bar
3500 NE MLK Jr. Blvd
Portland, Oregon  97212
503-288-3715

Thirst Wine Bar & Bistro 
(
Tues - Thurs & Sunday 3 pm - 10 pm  
Fri & Sat: 3 pm - 11 pm)
At the Riverplace Esplanade
0315 SW Montgomery Street, Suite 340
Portland, Oregon 97201
503-295-2747

Thirst Wine Bar & Bistro
(
Tues - Thurs & Sunday 3 pm - 10 pm  
Fri & Sat: 3 pm - 11 pm)
149 A Avenue
Lake Oswego, OR  97034
503-697-1330

Urban Decanter
Wine Collection & Bar

(Open Daily: Mon  4pm-7pm
Tues - Thurs  11am to 9pm
Fri - Sat  11am to 10pm)

2030 Main Street
Forest Grove, OR 97116
503-359-7678

Uva Wine Bar
(7 days a week.  Mon - Thurs 4 -10pm,
Fri - Sat 12-12, and Sun 12 - 6pm)

27 Oakway Center
Eugene, OR
541-683-6438

Valley Wine Merchants
(Daily: 11 - 6)
112 S College Street
Newberg, OR 
503-538-5388

Village Market & Deli
741 NW Third
Newport, OR
541-574-9393

Vino Manzanita
Wine Bar

4th St. & Laneda
Manzanita, OR  97130
503-368-VINO

Vino Mercato
Wine Shop & Wine Bar
916 NW Wall St
Bend, OR 97701
541-385-6979

Vino Paradiso
Wine Bar & Bistro
(
Tuesday - Thursday, 4 - 10 pm
Friday & Saturday 4 - 11 pm
CLOSED Sunday & Monday)

417 NW 10th Avenue
Portland, OR
503-295-9536

Vinopolis Wine Shop
1025 SW Washington St
Portland, OR  97205
503-223-6002

Vintage Vine
101 Court St. SW
Dallas, OR
503-623-3415

The Vintner's Room
A Wine Bar located in the
underground of the Hotel Elliott

357 12th Street
P.O. Box 386
Astoria, OR  97103
503-325-3500

Vite, A Wine Bar
4605 NE Fremont Street
Portland, OR
503-288-5074

West Side Wine Store
(Closed Monday; Tue - Thurs, 11 am - 6 pm,
Fri - Sat, 11 am - 7 pm;
Sun, 12 - 5 pm)
550 Taggart Rd NW Suite 110D
Salem, OR 97304
503-763-WINE (9463)
503-602-0378

White Buffalo Wines
(Wed - Sun, 11:30 - 8 pm
 Open Late on Weekends)

4040 Westcliff Drive
Hood River, OR 97031
541-386-5534

Whiteside's Beer & Wine
119 SW Fourth Street
Corvallis, OR 97333
541-754-6655

Willamette Valley Vineyards
Wine Center
(
Complimentary tastings daily 10-7)
300 NE Third Street
McMinnville, OR
503-883-9012

Wine About It
22240 Salamo Rd
West Linn, OR 97068
503-723-5152

Wine and Romance
7755 Hwy 101
Gleneden Beach, OR 97388
541-764-0238

The Wine Bar
at the Winchester Inn & Restaurant
(Tuesday to Saturday, 4:30 pm - 12:30 am
Mondays, 4:30 to 10 pm)

35 S. Second Street
Ashland, OR
541-488-1115
or 541-488-1113

Wineopolis
Water Street Market
151 NW Monroe Ave.
Suite 103
Corvallis, OR 97330
541-738-1600

The Wine Sellers
(and a lot more!)
514 State Street
Hood River, OR
541-386-4647

The Wine Shop & Tasting Bar
(Tues - Fri:  2:00 pm to close,
Sat: 12:00 pm to close)

55 NW Minnesota Avenue
Bend, OR  97701
541-389-2884

Winestock
Wine Shop & Wine Bar

820 Main street Suite B
Downtown Oregon City, OR
503-656-Wine
(9463)

Wine Unwind
1019 NW 11th Avenue
Portland, OR  97209
503-946-8482

Wizer's Lake Grove Market
SW Boones Ferry Rd at Bryant Rd
Lake Grove, OR

Wizer's Oswego Foods
330 SW 2st
Lake Oswego, OR

Zupan's Market
3301 SE Belmont
Portland, OR

 


Oregon Wine Storage
 
Liner & Elsen Wine Merchants
2222 NW Quimby St. (at 22nd Ave.)
Portland, OR 97210
503-241-9463
 

Oregon Wine Reserve

600 N. State Street

Lake Oswego, OR 97034

 503-42-6269

 

Portland Wine Storage, INC. 
306 SE Ash Street 
Portland, OR  97214
503 231-1121

Premier Storage - Hillsboro
2001 Northwest Aloclek Drive
Hillsboro, OR  97124

503-645-1111

TVS Wine Cellars
Custom Built Wine Cellars & Storage
P.O. Box 14482
Spokane Valley, WA 99214
509-226-3775

Willamette Wine Storage
1930 NW 23rd Place
Portland, OR  97210
503-488-5598

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