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Oregon Solidarity Wines

Oregon Solidarity

King Estate Winery and Willamette Valley Vineyards have teamed up to help winegrowers whose grape contracts were abruptly canceled just days before harvest citing smoke taint from the season's wild fires. Independent laboratory analysis showed much of the crop was well below the threshold to be adversely affected by smoke. The two wineries purchased as much stranded wine grapes as possible, paying the full contracted rates to help the growers. They were joined by Silvan Ridge Winery and The Eyrie Vineyards to collaboratively make a Rogue Valley AVA labeled Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Rosé of Pinot Noir called Oregon Solidarity. The net sale proceeds from the wines will be donated to the Rogue Valley Vintners to help support vineyards in the region. 


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Whole cluster pressed with cold stainless steel fermentation. Expressive aromatics that jump out of the glass with fresh flavors of ripe strawberry, raspberry, rose petal and watermelon with a finish that is juicy and refreshing. 

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90 points & Editors' Choice - Wine Enthusiast

Barrel fermented then aged in 30% new French oak. Lush and tropical on the palate with honey, mango, pineapple and toasted hazelnuts — showing fresh acidity. 

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Offering rich and intense fruit flavors, a wine that beautifully reflects the warm and dry growing season. Aromas and flavors of cherry, blackberry and spice. Excellent balance, with solid structure, concentration and firm tannins. Aged in 20% new French oak for six months. Available starting August 1, 2019. 

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Read the latest news on Oregon Solidarity.

Latest News
September 24, 2019 | Latest News

How Wildfires and Shady Californians Led Oregon Winemakers to Unite

Mid-September 2018: Rogue Valley vineyards hung heavy with ripe grapes, sugars concentrating in the hot sun. For winegrowers like Michael Moore of Quail Run Vineyards, the summer...  Continue »

Latest News
July 8, 2019 | Latest News

How Oregon Grape Growers Banded Together In Support

While California’s wine industry leads the U.S., Oregon’s is nothing to scoff at. More than 700 wineries and 30,000 acres of vineyards grace the state’s diverse geography, making it well-suited to many different varieties.  Continue »