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Union Wine Company

19550 SW Cipole Rd., 97062 Tualatin, OR
USA

Telephone +1 971 322-4791
rick@unionwinecompany.com

This company is co-exhibitor of
Oregon Wine Board

Trade fair hall

  • Hall 9 / D06
 Interactive hall map

Hall map

ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 9): stand D06

Fairground map

ProWein 2017 fairground map: Hall 9

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.03  NORTH AMERICA
  • 01.03.03  USA
  • 01.03.03.04  Oregon

Our products

Product category: Oregon

2014 KINGS RIDGE RIESLING

Willamette Valley

Riesling has nearly become the forgotten grape of Oregon, yet in fact we source some of our Riesling grapes from one of the oldest vineyards in the state, planted in 1968.  This vineyard’s fruit adds depth and complexity to our Riesling, without sacrificing the freshness and vibrancy we enjoy most about this grape. So give a little love to a wine with deep Oregon roots.

Tasting Note: Green apple, rose, and peach

2014 – 90 POINTS, BEST BUY
This outstanding riesling brings a bouquet of rose petals and peaches. There's enough bright acidity to push flavors of lime and grapefruit forward, and the wine drinks dry despite relatively low alcohol.

- Wine Enthusiast

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Product category: Oregon

2015 UNDERWOOD PINOT NOIR

Oregon

This Pinot works hard for the working people. Telling a truly Oregon story, the wine draws from vineyards across the state. Each site adds its unique mark to the final Underwood blend, which highlights the rich juicy flavors of Oregon Pinot at an extraordinary price. The perfect wine to enjoy anywhere, any day of the week.

Tasting Notes: Raspberry, black plum, and violet

2012 – 87 Points & Best Buy
Underwood is fast-becoming one of Oregon’s best values in Pinot Noir. Light and pretty raspberry fruit gains mass and flavor interest with well-integrated veins of stem and earth. It’s nicely balanced and true to variety.

- Wine Enthusiast

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Product category: Oregon

2014 KINGS RIDGE RIESLING

Willamette Valley

Riesling has nearly become the forgotten grape of Oregon, yet in fact we source some of our Riesling grapes from one of the oldest vineyards in the state, planted in 1968.  This vineyard’s fruit adds depth and complexity to our Riesling, without sacrificing the freshness and vibrancy we enjoy most about this grape. So give a little love to a wine with deep Oregon roots.

Tasting Note: Green apple, rose, and peach

2014 – 90 POINTS, BEST BUY
This outstanding riesling brings a bouquet of rose petals and peaches. There's enough bright acidity to push flavors of lime and grapefruit forward, and the wine drinks dry despite relatively low alcohol.

- Wine Enthusiast

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About us

Company details

Wines for Everyone
Making crafted wines from Oregon that are affordable is the challenge we take on here at Union.

My name is Ryan Harms, and I founded Union Wine Company.

I moved to Oregon in 2001 and embraced wholeheartedly the region’s unique spirit and passion for craftsmanship, finally deciding in 2005 to satisfy that entrepreneurial bug that had been nagging me to start something that I could be proud of.

I’ve worked for some great Oregon wineries throughout my career. In so many cases, my friends wanted to support us, but simply couldn’t afford to. I decided that I wasn’t going to accept that wine made in Oregon had to be expensive. So, Union is about creating something that I can share with friends and family and make accessible, without sacrificing quality.

We opened up shop and made it our mission at Union to pay close attention to the details, while leaving the fussy parts behind. By being efficient about everything, from how we set up the winery to how we make wine, we knew we could successfully create that marriage of craft and small-scale manufacturing. We chose the name Union to honor and bring together the diversity, spirit and character of Oregon that we love.

At the end of the day, wine is just a beverage. And then it becomes part of something greater. It brings people together over a meal, for celebrations big and small. And that’s incredibly satisfying to me, and to all of us at Union.

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