Fruit Forward

(888) 496-8417 306 SE Ash St.
Portland, OR 97214
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Founded in 2002, Fruit Forward is an expression of our fascination with wine. Our goal is to ignite our customers with enthusiasm, spark a desire to learn and consistently deliver sensational wines at fantastic prices. Most wine drinkers try at least two new bottles of everyday wine each month. Often these bottles of wine are selected based on their price and the looks of the labels - with little or no attention to the quality of the wine in the bottles. Our monthly service takes the guess work and confusion out of selecting and enjoying great value wines. Our expert tasting panel seeks out premier value wines from around the world and each month hand-selects the top two bottles from hundreds of candidates. We deliver these outstanding wine selections directly to your home or office each month. We taste a lot of bad wine so you don't have to! The term "fruit forward" describes wines rich with ripe fruit flavor and scent. Moreover, the phrase describes our business - we forward fruit (in the form of Read more »

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  • Redwood Creek Pinot Noir 2008


    fruit forward, a little peppery with notes of plum Read More

    Wine review by Jonathan G

  • Redwood Creek Pinot Noir 2005


    nothing special, fruit forward with not much else going on Read More

    Wine review by Jonathan G

  • Montrose St Estephe 1982


    Tasting of 1/3/2010 ... Suffered slightly against a terrific 1982 Leoville Las Cases, but still a sensational Bordeaux. Softer and jammier than in the 2008 tasting, with super-ripe strawberry notes added onto the spicy cassis, plum, and tobacco undercarriage. Lots of cedar in this latest tasting, not quite as youthful and structured this time a... Read More

    Wine review by WineborkDotCom

  • I am truly blessed to be a short drive away from one of the premier wine regions of the world. When I moved to California a little over 5 years ago I knew very little about wine. In fact, I can remember a conversation I had with my manager (at the time). He asked me, now that you are in California are you going to become a wine snob. My answ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Beaulieu Vineyards Visit ...

  • I have been spoiled, living in the throes of one of the world's famous wine countries. It seems, I have become a California glutton of sorts... Don't get me wrong, I HAVE tasted wonderful wines out of the area, but that has been an infrequent experience at best. I want to venture out.. out of the sun, the redwoods, the pacific,.... uuhh.. do I... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Help me think outside...

  • During my recent visit to Tuscany there were a few properties that I was unable to coordinate a visit with. Among these, I was most disappointed to have missed the chance to visit Montevertine. If any producer can be credited with igniting a renaissance in Tuscan wine, and I am speaking literally, Montervertine can claim that role. The wines tha... Read More

    From the article Tasting the wines of Montevertine

  • Montevertine Pergole Torte 2001


    Musky and deeply earthy on the nose with huge, yet elegant, notes of leather and black cherry and layers of minerals, spice, flowers, rain water, and subtle tones of white pepper, pickled green tomatoes, and oak. Fresh and cool on entry with a nice forward rush of green watermelon rind set of my notes or rare beef and stemminess. This is textbo... Read More

    Wine review by Gregory Dal Piaz

  • Geyser Peak 'Vallerga' Block Collection Cabernet Sauvignon Geyser Peak Winery Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon Red 2005


    On first taste, I wasn't sure that I liked this one--perhaps too much "wood" as ... ... It's fairly smooth and fruit forward. As the bottle continued, I warmed up to it, and would consider buying it again to further develop my taste for i Read More

    Wine review by Echelar

  • Barton & Guestier NV


    Lacks the complexity I look for in a Chateauneuf. It is, however, a well made wine with gobs of fruit-forward cherry notes on the nose and nice firm gripping tannins that provide a lingering finish. Read More

    Wine review by grapesofwrath75

  • Our fourth tasting event, we had a viewing of "Bottle Shock" and did a blind France vs. USA tasting. We drank:2008 Four Vines Naked Chardonnay Santa Barbara County (winner by majority) vs. 2006 Louis Latour Chablis la Chanfleure 2007 Jean Chartron Bourgogne "Clos de la Combe" Chardonnay vs. 2004 BV Carneros Napa Valley Chardonnay (tainted wine-... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Schreiner's Winers France vs....

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