Oregon Wine Merchants

1-800-679-9463 2470 Alder Street Eugene
Eugene, OR 97405
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Oregon Wine Merchants is the online division of Sundance Wine Cellars, one of the oldest and most respected wine retailers in the Willamette Valley. We are located in Eugene, Oregon - a short drive from Oregon's finest vineyards. Our location, combined with our long-standing relationship with many winemakers, makes it easy for us to bring you small production wines, reserve bottlings and special Cuvees that are unavailable elsewhere and to keep you apprised of the next 'hot wine' before it's hot.We spend as much time as we can tasting wines and talking with winemakers in order to stay on top of the ever changing Oregon and Northwest wine scenes, so when you call or email us, you will get the straight scoop - not only what to buy, but when to drink it, etc. In fact, we have the largest selection on wine in all of Orergon and the largest selection of Oregon wines in the world, with over 375 different Oregon Pinot Noirs, a large selection of high-end Washington wines, as well as a comprehensive selection Read more »

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  • Just went and checked that Wine Berserker thread again, and it looks to be picking up a head of steam. Got a pointer there to a Wine Spectator article that I hadn't seen, which spotlights a recent UC Davis report on brettanomyces in wine. The article's a good one, not too long, and bears reading. Some highlights: 'Mousey. Wet Dog. Burnt plastic.... Read More

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  • I know of a number of people in the craft beer world who are purposely introducing brettanomyces into the brewing equation to see how interesting things can get. 'Wild yeast' beers are barely (not) controllable but they are rapidly becoming cult items. Case in point, this quote about a Sierra Nevada brew, taken from Good Morning America: Sierra ... Read More

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  • Below are some good online wine purveyors I've dealt with very successfully over the years. They have provided well-curated wine selections at good prices, processed purchases well, and shipped efficiently (though not all internationally). I'm throwing their names out with multiple aims in mind:to see if anyone has good or bad experiences to sha... Read More

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  • I want to put together a collection of birth year wines for my son.  He was born in 2004.  Ideally, I would like to build about a 2 case collection of new and old world wines.Here is what I am thinking:France:Left & Right Bank BordeauxNorth & South (CdP) Rhone or should Chateauneuf de Pape get its own category?BurgundySpain:RiojaRibera del Duero... Read More

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  • How things have changed. When I first joined Snooth which has been quite a while now I was drinking mainly reds, usually Shiraz and Rioja and not much else.Now I find myself drinking a wide variety and really enjoying every minute. I think i have now become a real 'wine lover', I can't get enough, not only drinking but talking and reading about ... Read More

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  • Planning a trip to Walla Walla this summer. Any recommendations for wineries to visit, restaurants to try, other things to see etc? Read More

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  • I recently had this wine at an Olive Garden that I have been trying to find. I thought maybe I could find it else where for cheaper. I did not think it was a house wine but after searching for it I cannot find it anywhere. I then went to look on their website to see what they had it listed as in case I was searching wrong or something and it is ... Read More

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  • I usually buy wines priced from $9-$13 and I'm wondering if anyone has some favorites in this price range.  I'll try any type of wine.  Thanks!! Read More

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  • Would love your recommendations as well!I have found a few I REALLY like, and a few I've tried that I THOUGHT might fit the bill, and did not.Gracianna is my fav - tasted 2008 Bacigalupi Vineyards Gracianna and LOVED it at Taste of Sonoma.....  I also like Lioco- 2008 "sonoma coast" pinot noir...   Another favorite is the Cosentino 2006 Sonoma P... Read More

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  • Seeing some of the wines rated by Snooth certainly excites the palate but mostly to no avail because these wines are not available locally.  Washington State (where I live) will have a proposition on the upcoming ballots that will put beer, wine and hard stuff where it belongs, on the free retail market.  Currently we have government stores for ... Read More

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  • Great place to go, they have the largest selection of Oregon wines you can find and the guys are always willing to help you find a great wine.

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  • Great place to go, they have the largest selection of Oregon wines you can find and the guys are always willing to help you find a great wine.

    Store rating of by 357313oregonreds 357313 oregonreds


  • Great place to go, they have the largest selection of Oregon wines you can find and the guys are always willing to help you find a great wine.

    Store rating of by 357313oregonreds 357313 oregonreds


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