september 26 2016 | jenny

Acclaimed Acrobat Pinot Gris Pairs Well with Food, and Life

Acrobat Pinot Gris, produced by Oregon's renowned King Estate Winery, is the perfect accompaniment to locally sourced, fresh ingredients from our gardens and purveyors, and yours. See what our chefs have cooking in the King Estate kitchen.

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september 21 2016 | jenny

Harvest 2016, by Winery Operations Manager Ray Nuclo

There is no more exciting time to be on the estate than now, when a year of tending the vineyard culminates in the harvest of 1,200 tons of grapes to make our acclaimed Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir. Director of Viticulture Ray Nuclo, who is also our Winery Operations Manager, shares his unique view from the vineyard.

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september 9 2016 | jenny

The Story of Block 6A

As Harvest 2016 gets under way at King Estate Winery, a new block of Pinot Noir -- Dijon clone 777 -- is taking root in the vineyard.

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september 1 2016 | jenny

In the Orchard at King Estate

The winery grows more than grapes. Vegetable gardens, flowers, berries and lavender flourish on the estate. And then there are the orchards...!

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september 1 2016 | jenny

Barrel Tasting with Winemaker Spencer Spetnagel: "Best Part of the Job"

Winemaking is part science and part art. Deciding how to mix and manage wines in their barrels is where winemakers' skill and experience is put to the test.

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august 31 2016 | jenny

Busy, buzzy bees

In addition to 465 acres of grapes, King Estate has some 24 acres of organic vegetable gardens, orchards, lavender, berries and flowers -- all of which make the estate not only a paradise for wine and food appreciators, but for bees as well.

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august 30 2016 | jenny

King Estate Head of Winemaking Anticipates Crush 2016

Ray Nuclo offers his observations on the impending harvest and crush season -- the winery's crunch time!

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august 10 2016 | jenny

A River Runs Through It

King Estate Winery is more than a vineyard. Some 200 acres of natural habitat are home to the headwaters of the Siuslaw River

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