Kick-off 2020 by popping the cork off a bottle of Oregon sparkling wine. Yes, in addition to producing world-class Pinot Noir, our winemakers also make stellar sparkling wines, which make the perfect beverage for your Christmas, Hanukkah and New Year’s Eve celebrations.
Apolloni Vineyards offers a variety of crisp sparkling wines, including a sparkling Rosé, Italian-style Spumante and a Moscato Frizzante crafted from Pinot Noir grapes. These easy-on-the-wallet bubbles will add fun and sophistication to any holiday celebration.
Ponzi Vineyards is another great option for sparkling wines this season. Ponzi’s bottles of bubbles include Sparkling Brut Rosé and Blanc de Blancs (made from white grapes).
Kramer Vineyards produces a unique portfolio of tasty bubbles created from their estate vineyard. Sparkling Pinot Gris, Müller-Thurgau and Rosé are among their signature bubbly, along with their variety of Brut (dry) sparkling wines.
Union Wine Co. always has marched to the beat of its own drummer, and sparkling wines are no exception. Opt for bubbles in a can — Underwood The Bubbles and Underwood Rosé — or buy a bottle with an unconventional bottle cap. (Open by appointment only)
Although Blizzard Wines doesn’t make sparkling wine, the winery offers an extensive selection of French champagne, ranging in price from $48-125. December 22nd marks their last Champagne Grand Tastings for the year. For $35, take a deep dive into imported champagnes direct from France.
If you can’t make it here by the holidays, most of our wineries are able to ship to most states in the U.S.