August 7, 2013 | REX HILL

Oregon Wines Fly Free

From September 10th through November 20th, fly into any of the following participating airports and check a case of wine as luggage FREE on your return flight home: Medford, Redmond, Eugene, Portland and Walla Walla, WA. Show us your Alaska Air ticket stub at the REX HILL Tasting Room and receive a complementary tasting. We are open daily from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

Time Posted: Aug 7, 2013 at 4:36 PM
August 6, 2013 | REX HILL

92 pts. REX HILL Shea Vineyard Pinot Noir 2010

92 pts. REX HILL Shea Vineyard Pinot Noir 2010

"Velvety, offering pretty plum and cream aromas and flavors on a light, supple frame, lingering easily and persistently on the refined finish." - HS Wine Spectator Insider 7/24/2013

Only 117 cases were produced and our Crown Club Members will be receiving it exclusively in their September shipment. Join now to guarantee that this wine makes it into your cellar.

Time Posted: Aug 6, 2013 at 4:29 PM
July 11, 2013 | REX HILL

Summer Sipping at Some of Oregon's FINEST WINERIES

by Forbes Travel Guide

REX HILL Winery & Vineyards

"Set atop the idyllic Rex Hill just as you enter Willamette Valley wine country sits the REX HILL Winery & Vineyards. If you have an opportunity to join a tour of the vineyards, do. The extremely knowledgeable staff makes wine education (even more) fun, and only adds to the overall experience of the visit. Once inside the tasting room, soak up your surroundings. The arched tunnels and exposed brick walls are remnants of the building’s original use as a hazelnut processing facility. Now, they add to the décor and serve as a reminder of the history of the land you’re standing on. Make sure to taste the REX HILL Reserve Pinot Noir as you wander around the impressive building, or step outside to sit at a charming bistro table overlooking the vineyards that have lovingly produced some of the finest Pinot Noir you’ll ever taste."

For the same intimate experience, book a Tour & Seating Tasting with one of our knowledgeable staff. Tours & Seated Tastings are offered daily at 11 am for $45/person.

Make a Reservation

Time Posted: Jul 11, 2013 at 4:24 PM
June 1, 2013 | REX HILL

REX HILL to host Virginia Garcia's Garden Party - June 29th, 2013

The Virginia Garcia Memorial Foundation will host it's first ever "The Grape Adventure: Wine Tour & Garden Party" fundraising event. Your journey will personally introduce you to those whom your donation will impact and the clinics where their lives will be changed.

When: Saturday, June 29th, 2013
Time: 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Cost: $100 per ticket

Both tours culminate with a relaxed garden party at REX HILL. Delight in small plates from Portland's farm-to-table pioneer Genoa, wine tastings, music by Mockingbird, a discerning silent auction and the opportunity to support health care for migrant and seasonal farm workers year-round.

I Want to Support the Virginia Garcia Memorial Foundation

Time Posted: Jun 1, 2013 at 4:18 PM
May 22, 2013 | REX HILL

2011 REX HILL Willamette Valley Pinot Noir wins Silver medal in the world's biggest global wine competition

The Decanter World Wine Awards is the world's leading wine competition. The competition is well known for its rigorous judging process, which has led to the Decanter World Wine Awards becoming the most authoritative source of wine recommendations for wine lovers worldwide. This year, the 219 judges from all around the world assessed 14,362 wines from 52 countries. This year's expert panel of judges included 75 Masters of Wine and 13 Master Sommeliers.

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Time Posted: May 22, 2013 at 4:12 PM
April 19, 2013 | REX HILL

Join us on Saturday, May 4th as we pour REX HILL at the World of Wine Event in California!

Where: Robert Mondavi Winery
This event supports Family Service of Napa Valley, a non-profit mental health organization.

Seating available. Tickets start at $150.

Register Today

Time Posted: Apr 19, 2013 at 4:07 PM
April 10, 2013 | REX HILL

Most Popular Pinot Noir, 4 years in a row!

The 24th Annual Wine & Spirits Restaurant Poll featured REX HILL for the 10th time as one of the Most Popular Pinot Noirs.

To view all the wineries featured in this poll, subscribe to Wine & Spirits.

Time Posted: Apr 10, 2013 at 4:05 PM
March 4, 2013 | REX HILL

Four REX HILL wines shine in the March issue of Wine Enthusiast

2010 REX HILL Jacob Hart Pinot Noir - 93 points & Editors' Choice
2010 REX HILL Reserve Pinot Noir - 92 points & Editors' Choice

To find REX HILL wines in your area, visit our Find Our Wines page.

Also, two of our Crown Club exclusive wines scored in the same issue:
2010 REX HILL La Colina Pinot Noir - 93 points & Editors' Choice
2010 REX HILL Old School Pinot Noir - 91 points

Visit our Crown Club page to learn how you can guarantee that these wines find a way into your cellar.

To read the reviews on each of the above wines, click here.

Time Posted: Mar 4, 2013 at 4:01 PM
February 15, 2013 | REX HILL

REX HILL & Pinot in the City

REX HILL will be one of 64 Willamette Valley wineries featured at the Pinot in the Windy City event on March 7th, 2013 in Chicago. If you're in the area, come check it out!

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Time Posted: Feb 15, 2013 at 3:54 PM
January 14, 2013 | REX HILL

The Best Wines of 2012 - According to Us

He Said...
- Mike Willison

I drank enough fussy, indulgent, crappy, delicious, anemic, mustachioed, skeevy, elegant, flamboyant, flat, voluminous, aromatic, closed, oxidized (from age), oxidized (on purpose), natural, engineered, silly, enigmatic, meta, thought provoking, and stultifying wines this year to render my neighbors absolutely speechless on each and every recycling day. Some of them I absolutely adored. In no particular order, I give you my favorite wines of 2012:

2005 Cold Heaven Syrah, Second Sin, Santa Barbara

Morgan Clendenen always kills Viognier in a decidedly un-California manner. The Syrah is no different. This wine is light on its feet and is great at parties. It says just enough and knows when to walk away from a vitriolic conversation. Shared with friends without food, we all agreed that the bottle was a tad bit too empty too very soon. This is Syrah for Pinot Lovers.

2010 Vouvray, Domaine Huet, Le Haut-Lieu

Its like rooting for the Yankees. Of course this is awesome. Chenin Blanc has been the new black in my wardrobe for the last 15 years and I don't see any reason to change that. If 70's punk style is still somehow considered "punk", and animal prints insist on showing up on runways every three years, then its okay for me to love Chenin with all of my heart and my closet full of Sperry top-siders.

2011 A to Z Wineworks Pinot Noir, Oregon

I’ll root for the home team a bit here not because I have to, but because this wine is that good. 2011 was the miracle harvest wherein we stole victory from the jaws of defeat when the weather gods threw us some 9th inning sunshine like Mariano throwing off speed with location for the save. We broke bats, mystified right handed batters, and jammed up the lefties. Guaranteed to be a first-round hall of famer.

2009 Fleurie, Coudert Clos de la Roillette

Another miracle vintage that hoisted Beaujolais into the spotlight for a spell, this was the kind of wine that makes one consider whether or not to share too loudly about it’s glories. To say that Beaujolais is underappreciated is akin to pointing out exactly when R.E.M. lost the plot (after Life's Rich Pageant and before Document, by the way, or whenever Mills scored that cape); it just, sadly, is. I don’t need to sell you on this; you either get it or not.

2006 Troon Vineyards Old Vine Meritage, Applegate Valley

At $32, this is the best Meritage I've had in a very long time from a price-value standpoint. Even without its awesome price tag, this wine is a standout for its lush, rich, developed but staid intensity and delicate nuance that is so often squashed in modern winemaking. Bright and cheery, yet brooding and macho, this is an example of why everyone should be paying attention to Southern Oregon, but likely won't.


She Said...
- Carrie Kalscheuer

As we head into 2013, it's time once again to reflect upon the prior year and all that it had to offer. I was fortunate enough to be able to do some great traveling this year, getting to taste wine in Tuscany, California, and even Arizona. As is usually the case, a combination of place, the wine itself, and the company with which I shared the particular wine all played important roles in determining my favorite wine of 2012. These in particular stood out on all counts. Here they are for your consideration:

  1. 2009 Santo Stefano Senaia IGT Valdichiana D.O.C. –Beautifully integrated and formed by a field-blend of Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Merlot (not even the winemaker knows exactly how much of each), this lovely wine was enjoyed at the Tuscan estate where it is produced, with a pasta lunch I helped to make. Accompanied by some great people and excellent hosts, I couldn’t carry enough of this wine home with me.
  2. 2007 Ridge Monte Bello – tasted at the Sonoma location, hosted by a very educated and hospitable staff member, and accompanied by my favorite person, this wine – which always makes an impression – became one of my top choices for the year.
  3. 2010 Fausse Piste Garde Manger Syrah – I think that Jesse Skiles is one of the most exciting winemakers in Oregon right now. Although I missed the already-sold out Ce lieu après Syrah this year (my historical favorite from the Fausse Piste line), the Garde Manger was an excellent second choice. Enjoyed with two of my best friends, this was a wine to remember!
  4. 2010 Alma Rosa Pinot Noir – Absolutely the most charming tasting room I have ever seen, with a wood-burning fireplace and a window that overlooks roaming goats on the hillsides behind. Tasted with a brand new (yet already so dear) friend, I was filled with child-like excitement over this new Richard and Thekla Sanford venture. Who needs pesky business partners, anyway??
  5. 2007 Francis Tannahill Pinot Noir “The Hermit” – One of the many perks of my job is getting to taste this wine on a daily basis. Never-released save direct from the winery, only 83 cases were produced. From one of my favorite vintages in the Willamette Valley, this wine rivals some of the best aged Burgundies I've had. So, so good.
Time Posted: Jan 14, 2013 at 9:45 AM