Art Imitates Wine: Dazzling New Argyle, Ornellaia Labels Unveiled

Wine Spectator, 17 Sep 2019

The newest class of mind-bending, wine-inspired “Art of Sparkling” labels is here

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Argyle Winery and Pacific Northwest College of Art to Celebrate Fourth Annual “Art of Sparkling” Release

3 Sept 2019

On September 14th, Argyle Winery and the Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA) will celebrate the unveiling of the 2019 Art of Sparkling artwork at a special complimentary event at the Argyle Tasting House.

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Oregon 2019: 451 Tasting Notes And Scores

JamesSuckling.com, 2 July 2019

“…it should come as no surprise the wines once again delivered a strong unified impression of rich flavors, structure and balance.”

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Oregon wineries offer edifying programs

Alaska Beyond, July 2019

Dundee’s Argyle Winery, one of the state’s leading sparkling wine houses, offers an interactive Masters of Sparkling Class.

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Great Wines For The Fourth Of July At Very Good Prices For High Quality

Forbes, 30 June 2019

I’m assuming most Americans’ Fourth of July parties will include a lot more hamburgers, hot dogs and chicken wings than filet of sole, so here are some very good bottlings that go well with that beloved trio and won’t cost much either.

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Oregon: An Embarrassment of Riches and Richness

Vinous, 20 June 2019

Two thousand sixteen is yet another link in an unprecedented chain of outstanding vintages in the Willamette Valley…

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2019 Pacific Northwest Rosé Report

Washington Wine Blog, 12 June 2019

Our comprehensive 2019 Pacific Northwest Rose Report has highlighted some exceptional new release Rose wines from the Pacific Northwest.

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Pairings: Salmon complements Oregon pinot

The Press Democrat, 21 May 2019

Our Wine of the Week, 2017 Argyle Willamette Pinot Noir ($27), is suave, expressive and a bit of a chameleon, in that it changes over the course of a glass, revealing different aspects of itself, especially if you wait a while between sips.

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Wine of the week: Argyle 2017 Willamette Valley Pinot Noir

The Press Democrat, 21 May 2019

Boutique winemaking conjures up images of family-owned wineries, small vineyards and artisan bottlings. At Argyle in Oregon, the winery offers a unique glimpse of boutique winemaking with a complex puzzle of 400 1.5-ton fermenters, each doing its magic to transform small lots of grapes into wine.

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The best domestic sparklers are well-priced and well-made

Wine Spectator, June 2019

“Oregon sparkling wines often show more vibrancy than their California counterparts, the result of generally cooler growing conditions that preserve the grapes’ natural acidity.”

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