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2013 La Crescent Developed to be tough and cold hardy, Le Crescent is the result of a St. Pepin x Swenson cross. A Germanic-nature wine with some character reminiscent of Riesling. $8 glass/$30 bottle

2011 Late Bloomer Gewurztraminer – There’s nothing sweet about Late Bloomer. Winemaker, Linda Donovan, who handcrafts our Faith, Hope and Charity hybrid wines, created this dry Gewurztraminer with Oregon grapes. $8 glass/$25 bottle

NV Volcano Vineyards Blend White – This wine features La Crescent grapes grown at Monkey Face Vineyard in Terrebonne, Oregon. Planted in 2008, it is the oldest commercial vineyard in Central Oregon. Volcano Vineyards is a nano-winery located in Bend. $8 glass/$25 bottle

2012 Faith, Hope and Charity Vineyards Monkey Face WhiteSOLD OUT Grapes for this wine were sourced from Monkey Face Vineyards in Terrebonne, Oregon. It is 77% Vignoles and 23% La Crescent. $25 bottle (limited quantities available)

2010  Homestead Chardonnay  SOLD OUT This nice, light steel-fermented and tropical fruit forward wine lingers on the palate, a lovely white wine. $8 glass/$20 bottle


2011 Faith, Hope and Charity Vineyards Frontenac  – NEW The grapes for this wine are sourced from Monkey Face Vineyard in Central Oregon. This vineyard was planted in 2006 and is located right below Smith Rock State Park. The grapes were harvested on October 10, 2010. It was fermented for 13 days and then pressed. It settled for one day and then was racked to barrel for malolactic fermentation. Frontenac is a red grape variety and is described as having a deep garnet color, sometimes tinted with purple. Cherry notes predominate but are typical of black or sweet cherry. Earthy and slightly herbacsous notes round the palate.  $8 glass/$25 bottle

2010 St. Croix Sold Out  Grapes sourced from Monkey Face Vineyard 2010 to 2013 St. Croix grapes produce medium to full bodied, dry, deep red wines with low tannins, good fruity aromas, and have currant and other dried fruit flavor aspects. Production often employs oak barrel ageing to add even more complexity to the wine’s bouquet and flavors.  $8 a glass/$30.00 a bottle

2011 Marechal Foch Grapes were sourced from Monkey Face Vineyards from 2010 to 2013.Marechal Foch is often considered to possess Burgundian characteristics, having a vibrant, deep purple color, with a light-medium structure and dark berry fruit characteristics. $8 glass/$30 bottle

2007 Faith, Hope and Charity Vineyards Merlot Earthy and smoky, this full-bodied Merlot begs to be drunk with food and friends. $8 glass/$30 bottle

2007 Faith, Hope and Charity Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon Complex,  rich & fruity, tart dark cherry in the nose, and full ripe red stone fruit in the mouth, with a kiss of toast in the finish,  this wine is barrel aged to perfection.  $10 glass/$35 bottle 

2009 Mystic Wines Home Ranch Vineyard Pinot Noir Sold Out The Home Ranch is at 300-foot elevation with just the right exposure to ripen the most precious Pinot around. The estate block delivers succulent fruit with overpowering tart cherry flavors, which is aged in mostly new toasty French oak from a few secret coopers, yields a powerful age-worthy Pinot with gobs of texture and sensation in the mouth. $10 glass/$35 bottle

2008 Mystic Wines Smith-Cerne Vineyard Syrah Sold Out  Each year the fruit from this vineyard is a little more robust. The wine is dark and inky again this year and is set off by nuances of plum and black licorice in both aroma and flavor, and enhanced by just a smidge more toasty oak  than last year. $8 glass/$30 bottle


Seasonal Craft Beer – $5 glass Volcano Vineyards Magmita Sangria Not too sweet and refreshing over ice in the summer time. This low alcohol refresher comes from Volcano Vineyards in Bend. $6 glass/$20 growler fill

$5 tasting fee. Tastings free with wine bottle(s) purchase. Save 10% off case purchases. Save 5% off six bottles or more.

 Call to place an order 541-526-5075

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