Rogue Ales

Iris Vineyards

Sams Valley Vineyard Cabernet Franc

Cherry, cranberry, raspberry preserves, currant and oak. Light-bodied and soft tannins. — a month ago

Paul and Eddie liked this

J. Scott Cellars

Rogue Valley Chardonnay

Refreshing and easy to drink, even if you don't typically like whites — 2 months ago

Signor Vineyards

Rogue Valley Touriga Nacional 2019

Great red blend, easy on the pallet. — 2 months ago

Harvey's Brewery

Easter Ale


This is a punchy 6.8% but very moreish ale. Brewed for Easter, as the marketing says harking back to the strong ales brewed by the monks for feast days, this is a strong, dark amber, full bodied ale. It is malty with a good sweetness that balances the sweet malty sugars with the aroma of hops (Fuggle, Pilgrim, Cascade and Golding), and for me, a deep caramel aroma too.

It is is brewed with the local Sussex spring water Harvey's has used for over two centuries.
— 2 months ago

Philip and Trixie liked this


Interesting! Happy Easter. 🐑

Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales

Madrugada Obscura Dark Dawn Stout 2018

Sour stout with 4yr age. Roasted coffee, tart, blueberry, blackberry, balsamic. — a month ago

Eddie and Romain liked this

Domaine Santa Duc

Gigondas Red Rhône Blend 2010

2010. Needed time to open up and then paired really well with an assortment of mild Indian lamb dishes. It was nice to have wine after a long weekend of Pilsners, DIPAs, Sour Ales, and Stouts. — a month ago

Andrew, ESF and 3 others liked this

J. Scott Cellars

Rogue Valley Petite Sirah 2017

Surprisingly delicate taste. Went well with brisket as well as with chocolate — 2 months ago

Del Rio Vineyards

Jolee Semi-Sparkling Pinot Gris 2021

Very Mineral in nature….. I will take a case… great summer slammer — 2 months ago

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Brent and Ericsson liked this

Daniel-Etienne Defaix

Les Lys Chablis 1er Cru Chardonnay 2007

This is a delicious complex Chablis that is vibrant despite (or perhaps due to) being released 14 years after the vintage! Golden straw colored; super fresh nose of honeysuckle and pear; melon, crisp minerality. Perhaps a touch thin compared to the other ales Lys I have tried. But great nonetheless with years to spare. — 2 months ago