Farm & Forage was voted one of USA Today’s 10 Best Winery Restaurants of 2023! Thank you to everyone who voted for us!
“The Farm & Forage experience at Oregon’s Sokol Blosser Winery includes six courses paired with six wines, curated by our culinary team. Ingredients are sourced locally when possible, with mushrooms, nettles and greens foraged on the property.”
Our 2022 Croft Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc made VinePair’s list of the 30 best Sauvignon Blancs of 2023!
“Susan Sokol and Bill Blosser began their winemaking journey in the Dundee Hills of the Willamette Valley in 1971, before it was an official AVA. When they got started there was no wine industry here at all. Over the years, as the region grew exponentially, they kept true to themselves and their wine. Even after over 900 wineries opened in the region, they continue to to be an integral part of the Dundee Hills AVA. This Sauvignon Blanc from their Croft Vineyard has a nose of orchard fruit with a wafting pepper note in the background. The palate is juicy and round with good balance and fruit depth. Solid as the family that made it. 90 points”
Our 2022 Rosé of Pinot Noir received 93 points and Editor’s Choice from Wine Enthusiast!
“The wine’s aromatic yin and yang of tart persimmon and sweet peach with graham cracker cookie dust is just ridiculously good. Nectarines and melon wrapped in prosciutto, along with brisk acidity, are just the icing on the cake. Pair this wine with toes dipped in icy stream water. — Michael Alberty”
Our 2019 Watershed Block Estate Pinot Noir has received multiple accolades this year!
92 points Decanter Magazine
92 points James Suckling – “Fresh and vibrant, with elegantly layered cherry and guava flavors that reveal black tea and orange blossom accents. Finishes with refined tannins. Drink now through 2030.”
92 points Wine Spectator -“This shows aromas of ripe black cherries, chocolate orange and potpourri. Medium-to full-bodied and dry with sleek texture and vivid acidity. Juicy and crunchy with a flavorful finish. Drink or hold.”
94 points Wine Advocate – “Pale ruby-purple, the 2019 Pinot Noir Watershed Block is flinty to begin, opening to cranberry, blackberry, lavender, and earthy accents. The light-bodied palate is grainy and refreshing with inviting, concentrated fruit and a long, spicy finish.”