Twin Oaks Wine Beaverton OR

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Ponzi Vineyards
(503) 628-1227
14665 S.W. Winery Lane
Beaverton, OR
 
Arterberry Winery
(503) 472-1587
5626 Sw Haines St
Portland, OR

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Carter Vineyard
(503) 827-4086
Pmb 270~25 Nw 23Rd Place, Suite 6
Portland, OR

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J. Albin Winery
(503) 628-2986
19495 Vista Hill Drive
Hillsboro, OR

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Beran Vineyards
(503) 628-1298
30088 Sw Egger Rd
Hillsboro, OR

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Cooper Mountain Vineyards
(503) 649-0027
9480 SW Grabhorn Road
Beaverton, OR

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Freju Cellars
(503) 628-7843
16691 South West McFee Place
Hillsboro, OR
 
Beran Vineyards Inc.
(503) 628-1298
30088 S.W. Egger Rd.
Hillsboro, OR
 
Clear Creek Distillery
(503) 248-9470
1430 Nw 23Rd Ave
Portland, OR

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Freja Cellars
(503) 628-7843
16691 S.W. McFee Place
Hillsboro, OR
 
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Twin Oaks Cellars: Two Stellar Pinot Noirs

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Twin Oaks CellarsWe are big fans of this California boutique winery that produces small quantities of high quality Pinot Noir. Twin Oaks Cellars is owned and operated by Mark Weiner who does a magnificent job in selecting top quality vineyards and hand crafting his vineyard-designated wines. Mark’s Pinot Noir winemaking skills were acquired working with Ed Kurtzman, Brian Loring, Adam Lee and other top producers. He has chosen to remain a small producer in order to focus on producing unique, artisanal wines from great fruit sources. These two releases are single vineyard Pinot Noirs from the Santa Lucia Highlands and Santa Rita Hills, both outstanding growing areas for Pinot. The famed Sleepy Hollow Vineyard, highlighted in our Report # 20, is the source of Mark’s Santa Lucia Highlands fruit. The organically farmed La Encantada Vineyard is the fruit source for the Santa Rita Hills. Both the Sleepy Hollow and La Encantada vineyards are located in the coolest parts of their respective appellations.
Winery Telephone: 408-356-5998

Twin Oaks Cellars 2007 Pinot Noir
Sleepy Hollow Vineyard Santa Lucia Highlands ($42) 92

This Pinot Noir from the outstanding Sleepy Hollow Vineyard offers aromas of brambly black cherry fruit, earth, and tea framed in Mark Weiner’s carefully selected François Freres and Remond oak. On the palate, it reveals excellent balance and acidity with perfect integration of fruit and oak and an appealing tartness. It also has an impress...

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Wine 'Doggy Bag' Regulations in Oregon

Looks like section 471.175-3 and 471.178-4 allows the holder of a full or limited on-premises sales license to allow a patron to remove a partially consumed bottle of wine if (i) the wine is served in conjunction with a meal, (ii) the patron is not a minor and (iii) the patron is not visibly intoxicated. We also hear that the restaurant must advise the patron of open container laws although we currently cannot find that in the actual written law. (see note 2)