Read about the artists who will be offering their work at the festival! Zoe Wylechenko is a fashion designer and is bringing two very vibrant concepts to the festival. Zoe loves shopping secondhand and feels it truly is amazing the things that you can find that someone was finished with.
The wines of the and vintages demonstrate commendable quality and consistency. The early part of the year was the driest on record in the Willamette Valley. Rains finally came in May during bloom reducing the crops levels.
McMinnville once was an eccentric agricultural hub known for walnuts, turkey races and a UFO festival. Now the town of 32, has embraced the wine revolution. Wineries and related businesses have taken over, renovated and refurbished old agriculture warehouses in the granary district.
Enjoy 10 to 30 percent off case purchases. Taste three new club selections as well as several other limited-production wines. Delicious snacks will be served.
Though we had several weather systems come in early September, we now have incredibly beautiful wine in our house. Patience was key as true ripeness only happens with mother nature's blessing. Our 24 sorters removed everything harmful.
The valley was greener than last time, a symptom of the season I suppose, and as we rolled down Highway 99W, I was tempted to drag everybody to a tasting room. So many new labels! Neither does that one!
First time to McMinnville and area and had no idea of the chain of the McMenamins hotels. They seek out character buildings with history and restore them to charming heartfelt status. I love character and charm so my father and I fit in perfectly.
Every year, vintners learn a crucial lesson: No two vintages are the same. Inmuch of California faced a brutal growing season as a cool, gray summer gave way to blistering heat waves, followed by torrential rains. Washington also had a cool summer, but growers were able to leave fruit on the vine longer and produce elegant wines.