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OregonOregon's earliest vineyards date back to the mid-1800s when an immigrant brought grapes across the Oregon Trail and planted them in the Willamette Valley. By the 1880s other grape types from California were introduced into Southern Oregon. The Pinot Noir era took blossom in 1965. (Gleaned in part from Lisa Shara Hall's wonderful book, "Wines of the Pacific Northwest.")
|Spruce Goose Pinot Noir Semi-sparkling Grape Juice, Evergreen Vineyards|
Nestled in Oregon's Willamette Valley are rows of Pinot Noir grapes and the Evergreen Aviation Museum, home of Howard Hughes' historic Spruce Goose. Evergreen Vineyards has named its grape juice in tribute to the famous aircraft. It is Pinot Noir at its best, with just a hint of sparkle.
AWARD WINNER: Recipient of Silver Medal Award at the 2006 San Francisco International Wine Competition.
KUDOS: "We've enjoyed all the juices we've purchased from you, but the Spruce Goose is by far our favorite." Rick
Here's a great recipe!
|Oregon Pinot Noir Grape Juice, Draper Valley Vineyard|
Draper Valley Vineyard's Pinot Noir will never experience the fermentation process. For this vineyard has been declared an alcohol-free zone by owners Al and Sandy Curtice. Their successful business model includes Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, and Riesling varietals bottled as premium juices. Need to or choose to avoid the fermented versions? Their passion will reward your tastebuds and leave your craving more! We call it Oregon Pinot without the vino.
|Oregon Cabernet Sauvignon Grape Juice, Draper Valley Vineyard|
Draper Valley Vineyard, established in the early 1980s was in disrepair when Al and Sandy Curtice left California's Napa Valley. A new drip irrigation system, vertical trellis, and many other improvements breathed new life into the vineyard. Today it is once again producing Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Riesling. But this vineyard is different; no wine is produced here. The Curtices, who don't use alcohol, produce only premium grape juices!
|Oregon Chardonnay Grape Juice, Draper Valley Vineyard|
An old farmhouse, a vineyard in disrepair, and a transplanted teetotaling family from California's Napa Valley. Yes, those phrases correctly represent Draper Valley Vineyard's heritage. Today the vineyard is healthy, producing Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Cabernet, and Riesling grapes for gourmet grape juices. There are no fermenting tanks here -- just the goodness of Oregon's renowned grapes bottled wine-style. For Al and Sandy Curtice it is a dream come true. Taste their Chardonnay and it will be your dream come true as well!
|Oregon Riesling Grape Juice, Draper Valley Vineyard|
Al and Sandy Curtice left California's Napa Valley never intending to become Oregon grape growers. That was before they discovered a run-down vineyard in Southern Oregon. Today the vineyard has been restored and is once again producing Riesling, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Cabernet Sauvignon. But this vineyard is different; no wine is produced here. The Curtices, who don't use alcohol, produce only premium grape juices!
|Early Muscat Juice, Draper Valley Vineyard|
Each year juicemaster Al Curtice of Southern Oregon's Draper Valley Vineyard creates a limited bottling of Early Muscat grape juice that is always sold out before a new crop is harvested. To our knowledge, this vineyard not far from the California redwoods is the only one in North America that grows wine varietal grapes exclusively for non-alcoholic juices. The wine-style bottle and cork stopper make this a truly gourmet product.
|Oregon Gewurztraminer Grape Juice, Draper Valley Vineyard|
Oregon's Draper Valley Vineyard continues to delight juice connoisseurs with its Northwest grown varietals. Gewurztraminer, one of the most elusive wine grape varietals bottled as non-fermented juice, is one of those products! So if you want a sample of this year's limited production, you will need to move quickly.
|La Yapa Grape Juice, Winter's Hill Vineyard|
The Dundee Hills is the birthplace of Oregon's Pinot Noir vineyards and home to award-winning Winter's Hill Vineyard. The grapes for this bottling were handpicked, crushed, blended, and flash-pasteurized. The result was a fabulous blend of Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, and Pinot Blanc with no preservatives added. This is a one-time limited bottling serious aficionados should consider!
BOTTLING NOTES: This juice is bottled in a 448ml (16 oz.) juice-style bottle.
|Oregon Sparkling Riesling Verjus, Draper Valley Vineyards|
Oregon Riesling grapes form the basis for Draper Valley Vineyard's first Verjus. The unripe grapes from the harvest were combined with a small amount of carbonation to create a new option for gourmet chefs. Though the taste is crisp, some enjoy the juice as an alternative to lemonade. Due to its limited production, you will want to order Draper's Verjus sooner rather than later!
Verjus is tart -- not sweet!
|Oregon Sparkling Chardonnay Grape Juice, Draper Valley Vineyards|
Lovers of Chardonnay have a new reason to celebrate. The folks at Oregon's Draper Valley Vineyard have added a touch of sparkle to this famous grape, creating a champagne-like juice. Unlike highly carbonated products, Draper's Sparkling Chardonnay is all about sophistication and will find itself at home with a fine meal or wedding event. Still prefer Chardonnay without bubbles? The original non-sparkling version is also available.
|Abacela 2011 Verjus, Abacela Vineyards|
Oregon's Umpqua Valley is surrounded by the Klamath Mountains, the Coastal Range, and the Cascades. Because the region's adjacent valleys look nothing alike locals sometimes refer to the region as the Undred Valleys of the Umpqua rather than as a single valley. Abacela lies near the southern end of the valley above Lookingglass Creek. In October 2011 Abacela released its Verjus, a blend of Grenache and Graciano varietals. With only 178 cases produced, the 2011 bottling will likely sell out quickly as did the previous year's juice.
Verjus is tart -- not sweet!