A to Z Winery

PO Box 489
Dundee, OR 97115
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A to Z Wineworks' partnership blends unique skills. Bill Hatcher brought an extensive background in strategy and finance to the Oregon wine industry and Domaine Drouhin Oregon, which he managed for 13 years before co-founding A to Z. Debra Hatcher spearheads marketing, promotion and design while serving as the liaison with Northwest Core Collection, our national sales force. Sam Tannahill and Cheryl Francis, winemakers respectively for Archery Summit and Chehalem for 8 years, bring surpassing creativity and technical expertise resulting in the same quality at 120,000 cases as with the inaugural 2,500 that earned us Food and & Wine Magazine's award for the best American Pinot Noir under $20. In 2006, a widely experienced Michael Davies joined the winemaking team and Gregg Popovich, coach of the San Antonio Spurs, became a partner representing his Rock & Hammer Pinot Noir. Charlotte Mischel runs the day-to-day operations with her organizational and problem solving skills. In 2007, A to Z and more minority Read more »

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  • Chardonnay

    British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...

  • Sangiovese

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  • Pinot Noir

    “With so voluptuous a perfume, so sweet an edge, they make the blood run hot,” Joel Fleischman, wine columnist at Van...

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  • Z, bummer about not easily getting Bedrock, one of the best finds I've taken away from Berserkers.A little closer to home for you was this Vidon Chardonnay from Willamette that we had this evening.  We visited this winery last time we were out to see our son and D-I-L.  Nice family owned operation, decent wine at a reasonable price.  The owner (... Read More

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  • Don't know if anyone saw the most recent issue of Wine Spectator - November 2019?They reviewed a number of Canadian wines. Here is a sample.Checkmate -2015 Capture 91 $802015 Fool's Mate 91 $752015 Little Pawn 91 $852015 Queen Taken 91 $1002015 Attack 90 $902015 Knight's Challenge 91 $75They had a number of others too:Pinot Noir -2015 Flat Rock ... Read More

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  • So on a whim we decided to visit British Columbia. But we flew up to Washington, so visited a few places there too. Totally off the subject of wine, I found an awesome bakery in Spokane and the girl there served me this thing that I thought was a kind of Parmesan cheese foam. In fact it was fermented cashew whip, which was definitely weird, but ... Read More

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  • Ah, but your wife (DV) has performed admirable custodial duties on the house and the back yard I can say from recent experience sitting for a spell while she worked and we sat!  I am not entirely sure if Greg can get to the Blue Mountain winery - which is, though changed somewhat with the generational "throwing of the torch" for the owners (a fa... Read More

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  • Drinking a second 2006 Blackwood Lane Reference, and it is quite similar and sound.  The wine does need a bit of air for about 30 minutes, but I stand by my earlier assessments.  This is a pretty remarkable wine.  I gave 94 points prior and hold to that 92-95 range depending on the bottle (and the bottle can be important, depending on storage, d... Read More

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  • Lucha, I will be looking for the Jones of Washington Cab Franc... I have seen a few of these wines, I think, but as yet not visited the winery or tasted any product.  This weekend might the opportunity to get across the line and try some.Z/M Read More

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  • I agree with you both - if we are talking about entry-level, everyday wines - or whatever we wish to classify the cheaper juice as.  Chile, Argentina, and the other areas mentioned are cheaper - at all quality levels.  California prices are high for a host of easily understandable economic reasons, as well as branding (Napa, Sonoma, maybe certai... Read More

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  • I have been thinking for a while on the idea of facilitating the meeting up in person of those loyally frequenting this site.My preference is to make these meetings open to all members, and even varying the location of any meeting according to convenience since we live all over the world (though mostly in North America).In any case, this new thr... Read More

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  • I left out a half-full bottle of red wine on the kitchen counter overnight. It greeted me in the morning as I brewed the coffee. The thought of Italian immigrants adding tablespoons of red wine to their coffee as daily ritual popped into my head. The temptation to try it was there, but I didn’t follow-through. I didn’t want to risk the quality o... Read More

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  • I like what I'm told is referred to a "jammy" wine. One example is Altmura. I know it's not sweet however to me it has somewhat of a sweet taste. Any recommendations of some wine to try?   Read More

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