We will take your order over the phone by calling (503) 270-8153
or, you can email your order to: sales@lujonwinecellars.com
and we will call you w/in 24 hours to confirm and get credit card info. Easy!
 
 
  Columbia Valley Red Blend -- 60% Syrah, 30% Merlot, and 10% Cabernet Franc.  Cherry and spice, with approachable tannins and leather on the finish. This is Lujon's first "artist inspired" label created by Portland fine artist Buzz Siler and titled "Morgan's Balloon Ride" after his daughter. 400 cases produced.
$14/bottle


 
  
 
2013 Willamette Valley Pinot Gris -- Complex with racy, textural and mineral driven flavors.  Fleshy apple and pear fruit, crisply defined and extended. Low alcohol keeps the acids front and center with incredible freshness. Just a touch of residual sugar brings balance to the finish.  275 cases produced $12/Bottle $120/Case
2012 89 Points Wine Enthusiast (Best Buy)
2009 92 Points Wine Enthusiast
 
 
 
   
2010 Walla Walla Cabernet Sauvignon --
The 2010 Cabernet is a blend of the Spofford Station Vineyard and the Lefore vineyard both highly regarded for their quality fruit.  It’s 93.5% Cabernet Sauvignon and 7.5% Merlot barrel aged for 28 months on 2 and 3 year old French oak barrels.  A blanket of sandy tannins wrap around a supple core of licorice-accented blackberry and coffee flavors. 150 cases produced bottled May 2013, released Jan 2014
2010 88 Points Wine Spectator
          2009 90 Points Wine Spectator
 
   2010 Walla Walla Syrah -- This is the first year that I blended fruit from outside of Walla Walla into my Syrah.  I used a small amount of wine produced from Scorched Earth and Smith-Berney vineyards along with the fruit that I get every year from Walla Walla.  It added to the complexity of the wine and brought in some spice and earthy notes that go so well with the fruitiness and minerality of the Walla Walla fruit.  330 cases produced  $20/Bottle  $200/Case         
              2009 88 Points Wine Spectator
              2008 90 Points Wine Spectator
              2007 91 Points Wine Spectator
 
 
 
 
 
 
  



   




 
 
 

 




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