Brick House Vineyards

(503) 538-5136 Lewis Rogers Lane
Newberg, OR 97132
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Once you have faced the challenge of finding a site for a new vineyard, you never look at a hillside in the same way again. Every slope carries a certain signature. Some have particular allure. You instinctively gauge pitch and elevation. You automatically assess exposure to the wind and sun. Every hillside holds a unique promise. And when you find one where everything feels just right, the thrill is unforgettable. There are hills ...and then there are hills that have it all. Surrounded by the fruit and hazelnut orchards above the Chehalem Valley, the rolling hills at Brick House compose just such a place. A New World site dedicated to Old World wisdom, and a way of growing grapes proven over a thousand years or more : Plant them in shallow soils on a hillside and give them the morning sun, Don't plow too much. Don't hoe too little. Let them struggle. And don't ever forget that the world's finest fertilizer is the footprint of a winegrower... in the mud of March and the dust of September 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...

  • 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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  • Hello,My name is Kim and I just happened across this site tonight and was quite impressed with it.  To be as brief as possible, I love wine and would love to learn as much as possible about it, particularly so that I can better contribute to my Facebook page I just started called "For The Love Of Wine."  I impulsively decided to start it last ni... Read More

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  • Pinot noir has become the great alternative. When you don’t want to give ... tries it.  2010 Brick House Vineyards 'Evelyn's' Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley $60-$65 A bit on the geeky side of things, this is Biodynamic wine for those who care about such things, and it’s flat out delicious. Filled with tart red fruits, spicy earth tones, and sub... Read More

    From the article Pinot Noir

  • As I sit here trying to come to some conclusion it occurs to me that perhaps I am going about this all wrong. I amafter all a wine snob. Yes, it’s true, I am biased and I know it. I am first and foremost a red wine drinkerso when I think of the best regions my thoughts automatically run towards things like Nebbiolo and Piedmont, PinotNoir and Bu... Read More

    From the article Region of the Year 2013

  • Brick House Chardonnay Cascadia 2010


    So crisp and fresh on the nose, you can almost smell Oregon here , earthy and slightly damp with aromas of crisp apples and creamy citrus notes all wrapped up in nuanced yeast and used wood aromas. On entry this is both fruity and focused gaining complexity and a subtle of richness of texture as it transitions through the mid-palate where some h... Read More

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  • This is no doubt too late but I would have to say that visiting wineries int he Willamette Valley is one of the least dangerous things one can do in the world of wine. Yes some wineries produce wines that may not be to your style but almost everyone is producing some pretty great wine and they are almost to a person thrilled to taste with you. I... Read More

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  • Hi! I've been quite busy with travel for work so I've been off the radar a bit. I unexpectedly had a few days free so I took a last minute trip to Portland for a few days - I'm there now. Tomorrow we were planning on driving out of town to do some wine tasting, etc....probably McMinnville. I was too busy and tired to really make any plans for th... Read More

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  • So we have some interest in having a West Coast meet-up (or you can call it a throw-down) for Pinot.  Here's my opening proposal:  We'll do it very close to the Oakland Airport, to save those who are traveling in from out of town (like Emark and JonDerry) from having extra travel if they want to fly.  This would give LuchaVino a chance to attend... Read More

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  • While traveling through Napa Valley last month I noticed that all the Vineyards I visited had roses planted around their crops. They're planted and watched closely for any early signs of infestation on the land. They monitor the Roses closely and upon early signs of problems, protective measures are taken to make sure the grape vines receive a s... Read More

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  • Help!Ok, ok...there's no crisis here in Dallas. However, I do have quandary. I just haven't developed an affinity for varietal New World pinot noir and I'm wondering what I'm missing. I'm looking for suggestions from you Snoothers.Keep in mind that I live in the Great (or Not So Great) State of Texas, where it's considerably more difficult to ac... Read More

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  • I am a big fan of white wines-particularly sauvignon blanc from NZ but the more I read the more I find that red wine is actually a healthy part of a good diet (unless you drink too much). So I started trying various red wines but they seemed so heavy to me that I longed for something lighter with less tannins and less density (?). I tried some p... Read More

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