Old World Style Wines
Situated in a beautiful 1900s Farmhouse on the family’s Lone Madrone Vineyard in Dundee Hills, the tasting room features Old World Style Italian wines.
Farmhouse tasting room open daily 12-5 PM
We kindly request parties of 6 or more to call in advance of your visit.
LEZ BRUNCH! $35 ticket includes brunch, bubbles and trivia, supporting Cascade Aids Project
Saturday, June 29th at 11 AM SOLD OUT!
Evening Social and Fire Dinner with Black Radish Kitchen
Friday, July 12th and Saturday, July 13th: TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE
Sunday, August 18th at 2 PM
Bounty of Yamhill County Friday, Aug.23rd
January 2020 Pittsburgh with Black Radish Kitchen
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 Lone Madrone Vineyard in the Dundee Hills.
REMY IN THE NEWS
From Travel Salem: A guide to LGBTQ travel in Oregon’s mid-Willamette Valley
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MEDP Spark: Celebrating Women in McMinnville’s Trade Sectors
From the Oregon Wine Press: Dessert Wine Cellar Selects
REMY AT THE MOVIES
Learn the story behind the Three Wives Wine label.
See the trailer for the documentary
“Red, White & Black”.
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!