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Thursday, May 21, 2015
Remember Harper Voit This Weekend!
Remember last week? We don't either. That's why we're sending this reminder. Come see us this weekend. And also see these folks (they're in the same winery as us): Antiquum Farm, Boulay Wine Co., Eisold Smith, Eminent Domaine, Holmes Gap, Kayam, Laelapse, Leah Jorgensen Cellars, Toluca Lane, andWildaire.
2015 Memorial Day Open House We will be open Saturday, May 23 & Sunday, May 24, 11am - 4pm. The tasting fee is $20/person and there will be around 30 wines poured from 10ish producers. In other words, it will be fun. 22040 NE Ridge Rd, Gaston, OR 97119
We'll be pouring three new releases for Memorial Day Weekend:
2013 Harper Voit Perrydale Hills Pinot Noir, 150 cases made, $52/btl. This wine is what happens when cooling Pacific winds run rampant over south facing vineyards planted on marine sediments.
2013 Harper Voit Bieze Vineyard Pinot Noir, 125 cases made, $65/btl. This wine is what happens when you plant Calera selection pinot noir vines (heirloom plants from California) in the Eola Amity Hills on volcanic soil.
2014 Harper Voit Surlie Pinot Blanc, 400 cases made, $20/btl. This wine is what happens (or should happen) when you eat oysters, specifically raw Shigoku or Torke from NW Fresh Seafood in Newberg, OR.
This is the last time the 2012 Harper Voit Strandline Pinot Noir will be available for public purchase from the winery. Just sayin'. $35/btl.
Under the Table
This past February we bottled 85 cases of 2014 Harper Voit Maresh Vineyard Old Vine Riesling. It's only the middle of May, and we have a teeny tiny amount left. Drew said we're not selling anymore, but I bet if you ask him, he'll squirrel a bottle or two into your hands. $30/btl.