Showing posts from April, 2012

Abacela celebrates our 1 Year Anniversary of the Vine & Wine Center!

More information available on our website.

More great press...

Recent press has proclaimed Abacela's 2010 and 2011 Albarinos as standout domestic Albarinos and at $18 retail, it is also America's best value too!

Bill St. John, Chicago Tribune:  "2010 Abacela Albarino, Umpqua Valley, Oregon: My favorite USA albarino 'cause you wouldn't know it wasn't Galician; gobs of scents and tastes of ripe Bosc pear, citrus, green apple and mineral; the new vintage, the 2011, is equal in savor, just fresher."

Recently on our wines were highlighted by Katie Kelly Bell in "Great Wines from Southern Oregon." Those mentioned were Abacela's gold medal 2007 Tempranillo Reserve, 2005 Paramour and the 2011 AlbariƱo which Bell said was " of the best AlbariƱos I've ever tasted." The time to buy is now!

Magical blog post by Wine Julia

Shazam! It's as if we pulled a bunny from the barrel, this blog by Wine Julia is simply... well, amazing!

"The Amazing Abacela" Wine Julia, April 10, 2012
During my recent first time visit to the gorgeous rolling hills of the Umpqua Valley wine region, I experienced the stellar wines and beautiful winery of the much talked about Abacela.

On a rainy day in March as we were driving through wine country, we listened to the robotic voice coming from the GPS as we followed instructions to the entrance of Abacela Winery. A large boulder sports the name of the winery, so it would have been hard to miss. We drove along the paved winding road up through the vineyards and arrived at the winery that sits at the top with a gorgeous view of the vineyards and surrounding hills.

Their new Vine and Wine Center, which was designed by Abacela owners Earl and Hilda Jones’ daughter, boasts a large tasting room with an exquisite granite bar, a stone fireplace and vaulted beamed ceilings which c…

New Abacela review from Oregon Wine Geeks

Oregon Wine Geeks
This is the top of the line Tempranillo from Abacela in the Umpqua Valley.  This is only their third release of a reserve.  The nose is very expressive and quite large consisting of blackberry, leather, lavender, graphite and cedar sawdust.  The mouth feel is full with large fruit of black currant with layers of acid, vanilla.  The tannin on the finish is firm and numbing with length and character.  A wonderful Tempranillo from Southern Oregon.  We need more of these.

2007 Reserve Tempranillo

Score: 93
Cost: $ 45
Wine Type: Tempranillo, Southern Oregon, Umpqua Valley
Posted By: Ted Weldon