Five H

541-914-4844 4043 Dillard Rd
Eugene, OR 97405
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Five H is a wine label that represents five unique individuals with five different life journeys; two well-traveled and three still awaiting their adventures. Above all, Five H embodies each Hinman family member: Doyle, Sue Ann, Chelsea, Brady and Cody. This new wine concept marks a return to the beginning of the Hinman family’s journey, when Doyle made his first wines nearly thirty years ago at Hinman Vineyards, Lane County’s oldest winery. Five H is dedicated to offering special wines that represent the very best of the Pacific Northwest, signified by its wines, Five H 2006 Columbia Valley White Riesling and Five H 2006 Heritage.

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  • Which Cab Sav's are REALLY good right of the bat (upon release from the winery) and even better after 5 years?  Read More

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  • I am not a winemaker and know little about winemaking but I just wonder what could be the main reasons of fermentation failure. Read More

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  • I've had this in my possession for awhile now and don't know a whole lot about wine; is there anything special about this wine?  Read More

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  • Hello wine lovers. Im a newby. I find that I love a Mendoza Malbec  like its oxygen and Nineteen Crimes cab is to die for ( althouth not in the way some of the criminals may have in route to australia) . I also am enjoying some less complex but well balanced red blends like Apothic. My favorite malbec so far is Alamos and Cigar Box is pretty nic... Read More

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  • Dessert wines are often saved for the winter holidays when we tend to linger at the table with our family and friends, but summer brings its own set of celebrations that are perfect for opening a bottle of something sweet. As the days lengthen and temperatures rise, it's a perfect time to head outdoors for a picnic, barbeque or dinner party on t... Read More

    From the article The Sweet Taste of Summer


  • Getting back your roots is a matter of blending, according to a story this past by The Australian's Max Allen.  “In our modern world we've become obsessed with single varietal wines, where each type of grape is kept separate from the others in the vineyard and the winery – planted on its own, picked on its own, fermented on its own, bottle on it... Read More

    From the article Going Old-School: Some Australian Winemakers Embrace "Field Blend"


  • I’m part Irish, but I’m not sure how much. I’m not Catholic and my surname is decidedly English. But the family tree has branches throughout the British Isles and I sit here today with blond hair, a red beard, freckles, and the inability to get a tan. On top of that, my grandmother plays about a dozen instruments and has often gone to Ireland to... Read More

    From the article Switch Things Up: St. Patrick's Day Wines


  • Some interesting places listed here that seem worthy of exploring...Next "Biggest" Wine Regions Read More

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  • As a wine consumer I love to read about others experiences with wine, but one of the most frustrating things is when you read about a great wine that you simply cannot find. With over 100,000 different wines made every year and at best only a few thousand of those making it on to your local stores' shelves, searching down a specific wine can be ... Read More

    From the article Five Dependable Whites You Can Find (Most) Anywhere


  • There was a conversation on WB started on this topic...I had always assumed alcohol dissipated over time slowly. I believe Mike Officer posted a range, referencing one of the 1st growth chateau in Bordeaux, of 0.3% - 0.8% every 20 years. That number sounded reasonable to me, but I'm not aware of the facts surrounding this.I kind of figure old wi... Read More

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