Trium Wines

541.535.4015
triumwine@gmail.com

7112 Rapp Lane
Talent, Oregon

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2014 New Wine Releases!

2010 Growers CuveeWe have just released our 2010 Growers Cuvee (Best Buy Red Blend in the OWP), 2013 Pinot Gris and 2013 Viognier

You can order it from our Wines page.

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Summer Update

Summer is fully functioning! It is hot and the vines are making carbohydrates as fast as they can. Kurt and Dustin are checking the evapotransporation rate every day and keeping the water going at the right rates to make sure they are happy plants -- but not so happy that they think they can keep growing forever.

Crop load numbers are emerging and fruit thinning has started to make sure that we have the right amount of fruit so the vines can ripen all of it and that the quality is as high as we require. Doing all of this makes sure that every drop of flavor goes into the bottle and comes to you in beautiful flavors and colors. Dustin and crew are starting early morning to beat the heat, but it is still mid afternoon when they climb back up the hill out of the vineyard.

Dustin and I harvested Lavender last week as well and it is drying on the patio right this minute. You might find some of it tucked into your shipment if you are a member of the Trium Wine Club family.

Harvesting Lavendar Harvesting Lavendar

 

Welcome to Trium.  We are a small family owned and operated vineyard and winery.  When we planted our first grapes in 1990 we set out to produce the very best wine from site appropriate varieties.  That is still our dedication and focus.  Each season brings us new challenges and opportunities to create something special. 
Our dedication to quality encompasses farming in a responsible way with the lightest touch on the earth and respect for our neighbors and the next generations to have the guardianship of our hillside. We are fortunate to have a wonderful site with excellent soil and an amazing view of the Rogue Valley. Read more . . .