Discover the world of elegant and aromatic Oregon wines with this archive of winemaker stories, travel reporting and wine reviews from Opening a Bottle.
Bourgogne vs. Oregon with Maison L’Envoye
Here’s a ridiculously complicated, nuanced topic I could never cover in a single blog post: Pinot Noir...
The Best American Wine I’ve Had All Year
Here we are: July already. And after half a year of drinking, I decided to compile a list of...
Choosing Chardonnay Wisely
Here at Opening a Bottle, our reviews focus on wine by the bottle, ideally giving each wine ample time...
6 Easy Wines for Summer
Stock Up For Summer With These Easy-Going Wines
Oregon Pinot Gris: Always Reliable
In the Old World, we seek tradition and stability. In the New World, creativity and freshness. Perhaps...
Six Thanksgiving Wine Pairings to Consider
When you volunteer to bring wine to Thanksgiving dinner, do you really know what you are getting yourself...
Winemaker to Look For: Coelho Winery
Sousão. Alvarelhão. Tinta Roriz. Touriga Nacional. Touriga Francesa. Tinta Cão. I didn’t recognize any of these names. They may...
Three Wines from WillaKenzie Estate, Oregon
A Gorgeous Place for Wine to Grow
Elk Cove Riesling Late-Harvest from Oregon
Finally: An American Riesling Home Run
2010 Alexana Pinot Noir – Revana Vineyard
The Beauty of Pinot Amplified
Oregon Does Austria: Raptor Ridge’s Grüner Veltliner
I just returned last night from a family vacation to Oregon, where I snuck in a handful...
American Wines for the Fourth of July
Freedom on the nose! Liberty on the palate!