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White Wines

2011 Late Bloomer Gewürztraminer $20
There’s nothing sweet about Late Bloomer. Winemaker, Linda Donovan, who handcrafts our Faith, Hope and Charity hybrid wines, created this dry Gewürztraminer with Oregon grapes.

2013 L. Donovan Mourvèdre Rosé $30
With Mourvèdre grapes sourced from the Long Walk Vineyard in Ashland, OR, this wine makes you want to do just that: take a long, idyllic walk with a bottle and glass in hand. In the wonderful tradition of rosé, this wine is crisp and refreshing, not overly sweet.

2013 FHC Vignoles $35
Our newly released Vignoles offers notes of mandarin oranges and fuji apples to delight the palate with its upbeat and tangy flavors. It has a clear and fruity nose and is one of our sweeter wines that offers a tangy tartness to cut the sugars.

Volcano Vineyards White Blend $25
This wine features La Crescent grapes grown at Monkey Face Vineyard in Terrebonne, Oregon. Planted in 2006, it is the oldest commercial vineyard in Central Oregon.


2011 FHC Frontenac $30
These grapes are grown at Monkey Face Vineyards near Smith Rock. Earthy and slightly herbaceous, our Frontenac features strong cherry notes and a moderate acid backbone. This wine is a deep garnet color, but Frontenac grapes can also produce Rose and Port-style wines.

2012 FHC Marechal Foch $35
The nose of roasted almonds and wheat stand strong against the backdrop of black cherry and bitter chocolate aromas. This clear garnet red wine fills the palate with dark fruit, chocolate tones and baking spices.

2009 FHC Pinot Noir $45
Sit back and relax with this finely aged Pinot Noir. With a delicate aromas of ripened currant and black fruit, this ruby red, light-bodied wine excites the palate with a hint of baking spices, ripened cherries and a smoky finish.


Seasonal Craft Beer – $5 glass

Volcano Vineyards Magmita Peach 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


On the horizon, we’ve got Rick Mafit hard at work on a Barbera, Syrah, and our ever-popular Merlot! Linda Donovan is busy producing our upcoming Frontenac Dessert Wine and Frontenac Rose! Our Anchor Club will be visiting our Medford winemaker at the beginning of May. Join our wine club to make sure you get first crack at all the upcoming deliciousness!


Our 15-acre vineyard currently produces 9 different varietals planted in 2010. Our first estate harvest is expected Fall 2015. Our vines are notable for their ability to withstand frigid temperatures and have a short growing season, both of which allow these grapes to thrive and grow abundantly in the high desert of Central Oregon.
La Crescent (prounounced La Cress-ent)
La Crescent’s intense nose of apricot, peach, and citrus lends itself to superior quality off-dry or sweet white wines. Produced in a Germanic style, La Crescent wine is reminiscent of Vignoles or Riesling. The grape’s high acidity provides good structure for excellent dessert or late-harvest style wines. Pairs well with shellfish, fish, chicken and green salads.
St. Croix (pronounced Saint Croy)
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. Pairs well with beef and comfort foods.
Marechal Foch (prounounced Mah-reh-shal Fosh)
Foch can produce excellent red wines typically with deep purple color and often possessing Burgundian characteristics. These include a light to medium structure and dark berry fruit aromas and flavors. Pairs well with charbroiled meats and veggies.
Vignoles (pronounced Viyn-ole)
Vignoles can have a variety of tastes and flavor/ acid profiles. Made as a bone-dry wine, it can be clean and crisp, with a touch of tartness of green apples. The fruit is citrus in character, with underlying tones of peach and tropical fruit which goes well with oak aging. The residual sugar/acid balance can add to the wine’s complexity, while providing a clean edge to the finish. Pairs well with strong cheeses such as asiago, limburger, or taleggio.
Traminette (prounounced Trah-mn-ett)
Traminette is a white wine grape that can be made into different wine styles, with different methods which can significantly alter its taste. The wines can be made either dry or semi-dry. The textbook description for Traminette wines are wines that are characteristic of its Gewürtztraminer parent: spicy, fragrant wines of excellent quality. These flavorful wines not only have spice, but nice honey and apricot flavors. Pairs well with pork, turkey and asian cuisine.
Frontenac Gris (pronounced Frawn-ten-ak Gree)
Frontenac gris wines present aromas of peach and apricot with hints of enticing citrus and tropical fruit. A brilliant balance of fruit and acidity creates lively, refreshing wines. Unique and complex flavors make this an excellent grape for table, dessert, and ice wines. Pairs well with a variety of cheeses, pork, chicken and northern Italian cuisine.
Marquette (prounounced Mahr-kett)
Marquette’s high sugar and moderate acidity make it very manageable in the winery. Finished wines are complex, with attractive ruby color, pronounced tannins, and desirable notes of cherry, berry, black pepper, and spice on both nose and palate. As a red wine, Marquette represents a new standard in cold hardy viticulture and enology. Pairs well with robust food like hearty pasta, grilled steak, or wild game.
Leon Millot (pronounced Lee-on Mill-oh)
Leon Millot is an early ripening black grape, a sister of Marechal Foch but earlier and more productive. Makes a red wine with a distinct berry aroma and a hint of chocolate, can blend well with Marechal Foch. This wine pairs well with red meats, spicy dishes, and havarti cheese.
La Crosse (prounounced La Cross)
La Crosse grapes can produce good quality, clean, fruity white wines of moderate acidity. They are often made in a dry or semi-dry style. Pairs well with seasoned chicken and salads.

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