Northwest Wines to You

Northwest Wines to You is a small producer of handcrafted wines located in the Northern Willamette Valley, the heart of Oregon’s world renowned wine country. We assist other small producers like ourselves to introduce, sell, and ship wine directly to consumers. The mission of Northwest Wines to You is to bring together those who appreciate fine handcrafted wines with the producers who create them. We work hard to ensure that we are in full legal compliance with the laws of the states where our customers are living. We strive to do so while providing the highest level of service possible. When you order through Northwest Wines to You you are ordering from the people who created the wines you enjoy and supporting their small winery and business. We work as their partner and return 90% of every sale to the winery. – Description from NorthwestWinestoYou

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  • Syrah

    The irony here is that Syrah’s origins could give Carmen Sandiego a run for her international wallet. Syrah’s deepest...

  • Pinot Blanc

    History of the grape: Pinot Blanc was first grown in Burgundy and Champagne, France, and can be traced by some source...

  • 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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  • I saw a Betz Family Cabernet (I think it was a 2016, which is a superb WA vintage) in Everything Wine.  Very reputable winemaker, and worth a short review.  I would say that the 2011 should be perfect now.  I find that most quality wines from the Pacific Northwest (including BC) do not improve much beyond the 5-7 year timeframe - unless made to ... Read More

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  • I have a puppy on my lap and can barely type, but I'll say quickly that I think it's silly to judge thinks by looks.  For instance, on the Naramata Bench (just north of Penticton BC), you can find very modern, elegant and sleek tasting rooms like Poplar Grove, then down the road Van Westen Vineyards is basically a barn (not made into a fancy roo... Read More

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  • Haven't opened them because I'm waiting for some event where there will be a few people who are interested in such things. If I can't find such an event, I'll take them down to the local wine bar. There are a few people there who are pretty savvy and who bring in their own wines from time to time. I'd really like to hear from some other people w... Read More

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  • Ha! Your last paragraph is the ultimate in cynical!I agree with you though. Don't get me wrong - that guy wasn't saying that wine sales are declining, just that the growth of the better stuff isn't via the next generation. It's an issue with high-end Napa wines - you can find formerly "cult" wines at Total these days, e.g. Schrader, Bryant, Colg... Read More

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  • No wine isn't going away, but DV - you associate with a rare and sophisticated group of people. Most of us are just poor proles who hang out at the local shot-and-a-beer joint, and for us, wine is either red or white and not much beyond.It is true that wine sales are fine, but his point was that on a daily basis, he sees who is buying what and h... Read More

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  • I agree that young people seem to be going more toward craft beer and all manner of chemical dogshit in a can, but I think the wine market is still doing very well.  When I go to Washington, the places I visit to buy wine are doing a robust business as are the wineries and tasting venues (Woodinville, downtown Seattle etc.).  A tremendous percen... Read More

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  • Interesting comments. I think I mentioned before that I was told by one of the Bastianich/Batali restaurants that they couldn't take one of our wines. The chef and somm both loved it but it wasn't expensive enough. We told them to raise the price and they said that people will be angry and feel cheated if it's much cheaper elsewhere. In their re... Read More

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  • DM,You're absolutely right.  It's all about the earth and things these people can produce from it.  I'm grateful for those who still grow food because that's becoming more of a Con-Agra business than a farmer type operation.  There is a very talented winemaker on the Naramata Bench in Penticton named Robert Van Westen and he has a good bit of pr... Read More

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  • Greg, nice write up, thanks for sharing and glad to hear you enjoyed your trip!  Now you have me wanting to go.Looks like you were able to taste a couple of 2014s, is that normal for a BC winery tasting or were these some of their library wines?There is a good bit of Vidal here on the East Coast but in my opinion it gets better the farther north... Read More

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  • I suspect Washington will end up with more wineries closer to the border. Typically, there are mostly 2015, 2016 and just now 2017 reds available in stores, but there are some 2013 and 2014's also.  Why they'd serve 2014 is a bit weird, but it was a very good vintage.  Road 13 makes a big blend called The 5th Element that's really spectacular, b... Read More

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