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aristocratic wines at democratic prices

A to Z Wineworks

QUALITY & VALUE: A to Z offers Aristocratic Wines at Democratic Prices
delivering quality through growth.

OREGON ARCHETYPE: A to Z blends the Essence of Oregon,
one cuvée each vintage of Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, Rosé and Riesling.

EXPERIENCE: A to Z has more combined Oregon winemaking experience than any other winery.

but did you know...

We have doubled our tank space capacity from 2011 to 2012 and purchased 47 acres of hazelnut orchards from SpringBrook Farms next door to the winery

A to Z wines are all screwcap.

A to Z Wineworks is one of the original L.I.V.E. winery participants.

We ask that all contract growers become certified organic sustainable within 3 years.

A to Z’s Chardonnay is America’s best selling Oregon Chardonnay!

A to Z wines are available in 50 states and 16 countries

A to Z Wineworks is also one of the original participants of the carbon neutral challenge.

Demeter = all our owned or long leased vineyards are certified Biodynamic.

Colorful characters who have wandered their way into wine with us include a former milkman (who’s actually a woman), a bungee jumping businessman, a theater major turned chemist, a chef, and a poet.

21 staff members chose to work from standing desks

A to Z has worked with over 100 vineyards and has offered viticulture services to them all.

There are a lot of dogs around here... we think there are 7. Does that make a pack?

and true believers know...

Oregon has about350 fewer wineries than Washington and more than500 more vineyards

The Willamette Valley is located between Oregon’s Cascade Mountain Range and the Coast Range. It is more than100 miles longand as 60 miles at its widest point (a total of 3,438,000 acres).

Typical summer temperature range from 52.5˚F to 78.3˚F... that’s a25˚F diurnal swing!

Between December and February, the Willamette Valley sees approximately6.4 inches of rain.

There are15,180 acres of vineyard planted in the Willamette Valley; Pinot Noir makes up 11,053 acres of it.

Thefirst Pinot Noir planting was in 1965 by David Lett of The Eyrie Vineyards.

As of 2012, there are316 wineriesin the Willamette Valley

TheWillamette Valley AVA was established in 1983, the sub-AVAs were recognized in 2005 and 2006.

The Willamette Valley makes up88 percent of all Pinot Noir production in Oregon.

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