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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  • One more from the "not your everyday chardonnay" - 2011 Bodega O. Fournier Torrontés Urban Uco, an Argentinian torrontes.  This is full of tropical fruit (mango and pineapple) and decent acidity, unfortunately it seems to have a bit of that wet cardboard on the backend. Not totally cooked but just a tad off. Oh well, can't hit home runs at every... Read More

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  • Canoe Ridge Vineyards Expedition Cabernet Sauvignon 2012


    The wine is a deep ruby color in the glass, certainly appropriate for a ... is ... is really quite nice, very fruit forward, with flavors of ripe raspberry, blackberry and currant that blast into your psyche. The rich fruit transitions nicely to some smoky, mineral notes midpalate. The tannins are remarkably well developed for a wine this yo... Read More

    Wine review by jtryka

  • Bedrock Wine Co. Lorenzo's Heritage Dry Creek Valley 2012


    Not as fruit forward as your standard Zin but is nicely balanced. A bit oakie for my taste. Read More

    Wine review by RandyFisher

  • I began my wine journey mining for hidden gems in little known regions along the east coast of the United States. A common response to many of the wines I shared and wrote about back then went something like this; “What, they make wine there?” In fact, wine is produced in all 50 states, but many people can count on one hand the wines they have t... Read More

    From the article The United States of Wine

  • Campo Viejo Tempranillo 2004


    A bit more fruit forward, but with the age, very soft and balanced, dry with herbs and spice notes. Another value. Read More

    Wine review by puhnner

  • Long before grapevines were planted on the hilltop at Buttonwood Farm Winery & Vineyard, it was home to horses, goats, and chickens; trees bearing fruit, nuts, and olives; and gardens filled with vegetables, herbs, and flowers. And long before the words “sustainable” and “organic” were part of the common vernacular, they were ardently practiced ... Read More

    From the article An Interview with Winemaker Karen Steinwachs from Buttonwood Winery

  • Hahn Cabernet Sauvignon 2012


    Fruit forward cab with medium acidity and green tannins. Very drinkable. Read More

    Wine review by RandyFisher

  • Had some friends over last night and introduced them to Adelaida from Paso. ... with the Keeper (bright and fruit forward with fresh red cherry, black cherry, plum and a touch of rhubarb. The fruit is well balanced against medium acidity and the alcohol stays somewhat in the background) and the Tribe (very smooth, balanced with medium tannins ... Read More

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  • Hewes’ Crab. Albemarle Pippin. Harrison. Grimes. Baldwin. Esopus Spitzenberg. Winesap. Apples. More specifically, cider apples with deep roots in The Commonwealth of Virginia. Each of these cultivars played an important role in the long history of hard cider in Virginia and are still grown today by some of the state’s most notable cideries.From ... Read More

    From the article Hard Apple Cider

  • Trader Moon Pinot Grigio San Francisco Bay Venetian Moon 2008


    I don't normally drink white wine.. And by not normally I mean NEVER.. But I ... ... crisp, sweet, and clean. Fruit forward but light. Refreshin Read More

    Wine review by reneeannbutler

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