Sagemoor Vineyards

Week 104

Every Wednesday we feature a local winery for tastings…$5 buys you 3 tastings! Retail bottles will be available; the tasting fee will be applied toward your purchase, or enjoy a bottle with dinner for a $15 corkage fee.

Reservations are highly recommended but not required.

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hen Sagemoor first purchased land for planting vineyards in 1968, nobody knew for sure which, if any, grape varietals would grow. Also…Sagemoor didn’t know how to grow them. Their founders plowed ahead with vision, grit, and not much else. A slew of stumbling blocks nearly killed the dream.

Today, over 40 years and 1,100 acres later, Sagemoor has five full-production vineyards supplying grapes to northwest wineries both big and boutique. In those five vineyards—Sagemoor, Bacchus, Dionysus, Weinbau, and Gamache—Sagemoor has a storied history of anecdotes, characters, more than a dozen grape varietals, plus variable soils, weather challenges, and a few, ehhh, quirks.

Sagemoor knows where and how grapes are grown will define the final product. From their founding fathers through today, they’ve staked their lives and land on the belief that great wine starts in the vineyard.

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