The 5th Annual Oregon Wine Awards named our 2009 Pinot Noir a Gold Medal Winner and our 2010 Riesling a Bronze Medal Winner this month. Wines from all of Oregon’s viticultural areas were evaluated on aroma, flavor and palate, balance, complexity, finish and overall impression by eight of the state’s most experienced and respected wine [...]
We are proud to announce that our 2009 Pinot Noir was the People’s Choice Pinot winner at the third annual East Valley Wine Fest last month. For tasting notes visit: alexeli.com/pinot-noir
AlexEli was featured in the July issue of Oregon Jewish Life magazine. Read the full article at www.ojlife.com/issues.
AlexEli’s 2010 Bubela’s Blend was a featured wine in Marlene Cox’s authentic 11-course ceremonial dinner at Latitude Restaurant in Dallas, Oregon in honor of the 100th anniversary of the Titanic disaster. Click here to read Karl Klooster’s article in the News Register.
The latest episode of Inside Clackamas County featured the Molalla Farm Loop! AlexEli is highlighted along with our neighbors Rosse Posse Acres Elk Farm and Goldin Artisan Goat Cheese.
The Oregon Wine Press shared an article this month about the crafting of our kosher Pinot Noir: AlexEli makes sabbath-ready red in the Willamette’s East Valley. 182 cases of AlexEli kosher Pinot Noir will be available in early February 2012!
The Oregon Wine Press included the AlexEli 2009 Blumen Von Gewurztraminer in December’s value pick dessert wines and had this to say: ”A cornucopia of fascinating flavors make for an intriguingly interesting and temptingly tasty sipper. Carnations, honey and buttered toast are the yin to the yang of white pepper with hints of herbs, spices [...]
We bottled our first kosher Pinot Noir in October, making AlexEli Oregon’s only kosher wine producing vineyard! Abra Cohen came out to write a piece for The Jewish Daily Forward: Oregon’s Lone Kosher Vintner. The kosher Pinot Noir will be available to purchase in February 2012. A huge thank you to Rabbi Avrohom Perlstein and Rabbi Menachem [...]
Sixty wines were tasted and tracked over the course of six days as Allie Merrick, from My Wine Words, sipped and shared from her sleeper car while traveling by train across the country from Chicago to San Francisco and back again. Check it out at www.trainsipping.com.
Have you heard about the Molalla Country Farm Loop yet? 28 farm stops! Stop in to see us in the tasting room and then follow the yellow signs to find local foods, plants, berries and lavender, pet the alpacas, go on a barn tour or gather fall gardening ideas. Plus there are goats! And farmers! [...]