Wines for the real world, Union Wine Co invites you to sip, savor or even throw a soiree with their delectable pours.
Crafted from some of the oldest Riesling vineyards in Oregon (1968), the Kings Ridge Riesling by Union Wine Company lets loose with flavors of apple, stone fruit and a flinty finish. Without being overly nostalgic to its old vine grapes, the wine remains fresh, clean and lively.
A blend from vineyards in both the Willamette and Umpqua Valleys, the Underwood Pinot noir is a great Monday night wine. Pick up a bottle, bring it to the Potluck, or savor it to yourself. Any way you drink it, it will fit like a skinny pair of jeans. Featuring notes of subtle blue and red fruit, this Pinot noir is light and bouncy on the palate.
Union Wine Company’s goal is to make Oregon wines that are affordable and delicious and so far from what I’ve tasted they are right on the money. With three separate labels, Underwood, Kings Ridge and Alchemist, this winery has something for everyone’s taste buds.
I still have four more of their wines to try, so stay tuned!