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Scott Paul Wines

http://blog.scottpaul.com/

Located in Carlton

Last update: May 21st, 2015 at 04:17 pm

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Artisanal Wine Producer in the Willamette Valley, Featuring Oregon Pinot Noirs, based in Carlton, Oregon

Portland/Scott Paul PDX:  2537 NW Upshur.  Open Fridays 5-8 pm Carlton Tasting Room: 128 South Pine Street.  Saturday Tastings and Events 12-5.  Retail Hours Tuesday-Friday 12-5. More Information on Visting Scott Paul Wines in Carlton and Portland

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20% off all Magnums of Scott Paul Pinot Noir 20% Case Discount for Wildstock Pinot Noir Free Ground Shipping for full cases Open Saturday and Sunday 12-5 with a flight of our new Wildstock 2014 Pinot Blanc, 2014 Chardonnay and 2012 Pinot Noir, plus the Scott Paul 2011 Long Run Pinot Noir and 2012 La […]

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For the past seven years, I’ve had the pleasure of working as a winemaker in Oregon’s Willamette Valley.  In 2002, I started my wine journey in Australia, graduated from California Polytechnic University with a Wine and Viticulture degree then worked my way through the wine world in California, New Zealand, South Afric

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Carlton Tasting Room: 128 South Pine Street.  Open for Tastings Thursday to Sunday 12-5. More Information on in Carlton

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February 22 through May 22, 2015 Came explore Carlton this spring with a Carlton Passport.  For only $40, you’re entitled to discounts and special offers at 25 local businesses, from February 22 through May 22, 2015. Passports are available for purchase at Troon Vineyard Tasting Room (On N. Kutch Street) and at Farmh

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When you’re headed out to Carlton for one our events, or just a day of wine tasting – why not make a weekend of it, and consider the following recommendations for B&B lodging: Abbey Road Farm Bed & Breakfast http://www.abbeyroadfarm.com/ The Allison http://www.theallison.com Black Walnut Inn http://www.b

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The evening begins inside the barrel room of Ken Wright Cellars. Enjoy a silent auction, tasty hors d’oeuvres, delicious wine, and fabulous beer selections.  In the Big Tent, dinner will feature 10 top chefs from the region, present at individual stations, serving fabulous small plates.  These food offerings will be pai

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Ladies and gentlemen, the 2015 growing season is underway. Well underway! Due to an unusually warm winter here in the Willamette Valley, all of the plant life has come to life way ahead of schedule – which has both positive and negative attributes. Here’s what it looks like when the buds are just about to [̷

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I am still astonished whenever I hear the proclamation that “Pinot Noir doesn’t age”! Like many things in the world of wine, this bit of conventional wisdom gets passed around endlessly, even though it could not be further from the truth. I’m a huge fan of older wines, especially older Pinot Noir, be it from […

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This year marks the 50th Anniversary of the first pinot noir plantings in the Willamette Valley. To celebrate, we are pulling OUR first Oregon Oregon Pinot Noir, the 2000 Cuvée Martha Pirrie, from the library to share share with you. Scott will be here to share some stories from that first year as well. Scott [...]

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While running 17.5 miles in Forest Park this morning (it was only supposed to be 15 miles, but I took a wrong turn. Yikes!) – my mind started wandering to all sorts of bizarre places, which happens often on the long runs. (Hence the wrong turn.) I was listening to an interview with a great […]

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Last Day to taste and buy Grower Champagne in Carlton AND they are available at Wholesale Pricing! Scott will be here to pour some of his favorites and tell you about his new import venture, based in Portland. Champagne Flight: Cossy Brut, Brigandat Brut, Chauvet Brut and Couche Zero. $10 (Complimentary for Champagne Club

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I’ve seen the pictures, and heard many of the stories, but it’s hard to truly imagine the realities that David Lett and the other pioneers who followed faced when they boldly ventured into the Willamette Valley with a few grapevines and a vision 50 years ago. Conventional wisdom at the time was that wine grapes […

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I’ve seen the pictures, and heard many of the stories, but it’s hard to truly imagine the realities that David Lett and the other pioneers who followed faced when they boldly ventured into the Willamette Valley with a few grapevines and a vision 50 years ago. Conventional wisdom at the time was that wine grapes [...]

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We’re having an unusually warm winter so far here in Oregon – lots of days in the 50s or low 60s, and only a few hard freezes earlier on in the season. While this is quite pleasant and comfortable for us, I’m not sure it’s a positive for the vines. Centuries of Burgundian wisdom holds […]

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We’re having an unusually warm winter so far here in Oregon – lots of days in the 50s or low 60s, and only a few hard freezes earlier on in the season. While this is quite pleasant and comfortable for us, I’m not sure it’s a positive for the vines. Centuries of Burgundian wisdom holds [...]

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Those famous words are from Napoleon Bonaparte in reference to the wonderful beverage we call Champagne. At least he was right about something! A nice bottle definitely made the Oregon Ducks loss in the Nat’l Championship game a little more palatable Monday night. Hell, Champagne makes everything better. That is a sci

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We’re entering our 16th year, and it truly just keeps on getting better. I hope you had a wonderful holiday, and wish you all the best for a banner year in 2015. I spent the holidays here at home, thrilled not to have to travel for Christmas. Son Kevin was in from Kona for a [...]

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The Willamette Valley Wineries Association Food Drive just kicked off this month.  Bring two cans of food to our tasting room and get 10% off your purchase now through December 20th.  You can also donate funds online and help Team Carlton move from second place to first.  (Click Team Carlton in the roster on the [...]

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Scott will be here pouring the full lineup of Scott Paul 2012 Pinot Noirs. 2012 La Paulée 2012 Pre (Nysa Vineyard) 2012 Quatre Journaux (Azana Vineyard) 2012 Audrey (Maresh Vineyard) And since all Champagne is 20% off through November, we’ll pour the Chauvet Brut and Couche Extra Brut too. $15 Tasting Fee, refundable

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Harvest 2014 is now put to bed, and man, these are going to be lovely wines. Like everyone in the Willamette Valley, we’ve been scrambling for barrels and space to put it all – the rare combination of quality and abundance have us packed to the gills. I’ve been traveling the country since the end [...]

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Please join us for our 9th annual La Paulée de Portland Dinner at one of our favorite Portland restaurants, Imperial, owned by James Beard Award-winning chef Vitaly Paley, who also owns Paley’s Place.   This is our spin on Burgundy’s La Paulée de Meursault. This French term, La Paulée, is the name of the celebr

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We are deep into it now. The winery is starting to fill up, and we’ll be picking all the rest of our blocks Tuesday through Friday this week, unless the weather does something bizarre and unexpected. So far, the fruit we’ve brought in has been absolutely pristine- there has literally been nothing to remove on [...]

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Come check out two very lovely and affordable 2012 Pinot Noirs! This is the inaugural release for our new brand Wildstock Wines.  At $25 and only 50 cases to sell, the 2012 Pinot Noir should go quickly. Scott Paul Club Members: We’ll have your fall wines ready for Pickup and, as always, this tasting is compliment

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It’s literally been a year in the making, but here we go! Harvest 2014 starts tomorrow morning – we’ll pick our three acres of Nysa in the Dundee Hills, and then roll on to Ribbon Ridge, Azana and Maresh over the next 10 days or so. Everything is looking very good, and at this point [...]

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Tickets are available now for Pinot in the City – an amazing tasting with 66 of Oregon’s top wineries all on hand to pour our latest Pinots and other goodies. Get your tickets and all the details HERE…

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We are getting close. Or at least closer. Took our first samples at Ribbon Ridge this morning – from a flavor perspective I’d guess we’re 10 days or so away yet. Will run numbers in the lab this afternoon – Kelley is getting ready for bottling the 2013s tomorrow… We’re looking at sunny and hi-70s [...]

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