Old World Style Wines
Situated in a beautiful 1900s Farmhouse on the family’s vineyard in the Dundee Hills, the tasting room features Old World Style Italian wines.
Open daily from 12 to 5 and tastings are by appointment only. $30 reservation fee is non-refundable, but it is applied to wine purchase during your visit. We ship to most states and are currently offering virtual online tastings. For more information, to place an order or schedule a virtual tasting call 503-864-8777 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Masks are required at all times unless actively tasting wine.
Party size limited to six (6) people.
Pack-in, pack-out trash policy.
Open daily, by appointment only! Book your appointment for tastings. No appointment needed for pick-up and to-go wine orders.
Library wine tasting on Sundays! Book your appointment!
Valentine’s Day Delivered with Nick’s Italian Café! Stay tuned…
Fall 2020 Wine Club Release
Porch pick-up and delivery options available.
Not in the club? Join today!
McMinnville native Remy Drabkin knew she wanted to be a winemaker at 8 years old. By 14 she was working her first grape harvest and by 17, with three harvests under her belt, she was studying winemaking abroad. Remy’s Old World Style philosophy developed under the guidance of Oregon wine industry pioneers and was informed by the Italian families around which she was raised. Her eponymous Remy Wines and Three Wives Wines started in 2006, baR (pronounced R bar) opened in 2011 and in 2017 she opened her second location at the family’s vineyard in the Dundee Hills.
Bell Amici Wine Club: Two annual shipments of our newest releases, library wines and first access to limited availability bottles. Two complimentary tickets to Remy Wines invitational events in Spring & Fall. Complimentary tastings for up to four people all year long. 20% discount on wines throughout the year. Special discounts, promotions and event invitations. Join club! Each selection is around $175 after club discount. You must receive at least two packets to avoid additional fees. A $75 processing fee will be applied to your card if membership is cancelled before receiving two packets or after notified of drop date. YOU MUST LIKE WINE!
REMY IN THE NEWS
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REMY AT THE MOVIES
Learn the story behind the Three Wives Wine label.
Black Heart by Remy celebrates resilience, joy and love.
See the story behind her new label.
By producing elegant and complex Italian varietals grown in the Pacific Northwest, Remy Wines has earned a reputation as a top producer of non-traditional grape varieties. Since 2006, Remy has chosen to focus on Lagrein, Dolcetto, Sangiovese, and Barbera.
Three Wives: Wines without Rules! Three Wives wines are delicious, every day drinking wines. Remy’s “playground,” the wine varieties vary with each vintage but the quality of the wine never does. The name comes from a story of mistaken identity on an Alaskan fishing trip, check out Three Wives the Movie to learn the tale!