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Edgefield Winery

Edgefield Winery Since it opened in 1990, the Edgefield Winery has ripened into one of the Northwest's leading wineries, with more than a dozen releases, and a much-visited cellar and tasting room. The seeds of enthusiasm for a McMenamins' winery were sown by the company's co-founder, Mike McMenamin. He admits he was motivated by a love of wine and a belief that a winery could supply the company's many pubs with the bulk of their wine stock. The following year, McMenamins' artist Lyle Hehn, designed wine labels for the first bottling. Quantities of both the red and white wines were also kegged, too, for distribution to the pubs. "In the years following that initial season, the Edgefield Winery has improved greatly as it aged" said Clark McCool, Edgefield's first wine maker. And public interest in Edgefield wines has been enhanced by our popular front meadow, which sweeps from the manor down to Halsey Street, planted in pinot gris vines. The McMenamins' winery tasting room opened in 1992. And two years after that, the winery released its first Fireside Port (now one of Edgefield's most popular releases). Today, McMenamins features the whole range of wines that are made in Oregon: including Pinot Noir, Riesling, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, Syrah, and Cabernet Sauvignon. The popularity of Syrah grapes led to the development of Edgefield's second vineyard, in the spring of 1995, planted in that varietal on the southwestern part of Edgefield. In 1998, McMenamins proudly opened our Edgefield Distillery. Grapes from the Edgefield winery also grace fortified-wine products from our Distillery. We merely see this as one more great reason to raise a glass at Edgefield soon!

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2126 SW Halsey Street, Troutdale, OR, US, 97060 Email: info@edgefieldwinery.com
Phone: 503-665-2992 Web: www.edgefieldwinery.com
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Products



  Black Rabbit Red, 80% Oregon, 20% Washington
Our ever popular red table wine is a blend of 57% Cabernet Sauvignon, 32% Merlot, and 8% Syrah, and 3% Grenache. It is full in body and delightfully well-rounded.
  Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley, Alder Ridge Vineyards
Made exclusively from grapes in Eastern Washington's Columbia Valley, this full-bodied Cabernet offers rich black cherry flavor and aroma layered with firm oak tannins.
  CuveĆ© De L'abri Rouge, Rogue Valley
The soft structure of our "Blend of the Little Red Shed" reflects the unique character of the Southern Rhone Valley varietals from which it is blended. (Grenache 50%, Syrah 49%, Viognier 1%)
  Fireside, Oregon
Our traditional Port-style wine is strong, sweet, and "raisiny," expressing quintessential Zinfandel characteristics from which it is made.
  Merlot, Columbia Valley, Alder Ridge Vineyards
Flavors of cherries, baking chocolate, and blackberries complement this wine's crisp apple acidity and vanilla oak character.
  Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley
A tightly focused Pinot showing a refined palate of bright strawberry and candied cherry flavors, moderate toasted oak and soft tannins.
  Syrah, Columbia Valley, Chukar Ridge Vineyard
Rich flavors of candied raspberries and dark cherry fruit abound in this richly textured seductive wine. The smooth character and more subdued tannins are reflective of 2002's ideal growing conditions.
  Vintage Select Pinot Noir, Yamhill County
Vanilla and moderate oak spice soar above a concentrated core of strawberry and cherry fruit flavor; in this more richly composed assemblage of Pommard and 113 clones from the Guadalupe vineyard and original "Coury" clones from Hyland Vineyard.
  Winemaker's Reserve Pinot Noir, Yamhill County
Sourced from the heart of Oregon Pinot country, showing deep strawberry fruit flavors, dried berry notes and soft tannins. An edgy acidity makes this an excellent Pinot for aging, as well as one that will stand up to more flavorful entrees.
  Zinfandel, Columbia Gorge, The Pines Vineyard
Century-old vines East of The Dalles yield wines of intense color and spicy character. Black pepper and sweet oak abound on the nose, complemented by flavors of black currant and assertive tannins that carry through a lengthy finish.

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