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3 Horse Ranch Vineyards

Welcome To 3 Horse Ranch


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Vivacious is a lightly-oaked, perfectly balanced blend of two great white Rhone-style grapes - a most beautiful marriage! Blending the voluptuous mouth feel and aromatics of Viognier and the honey-like texture and minerality of Roussanne produces a wine with a delightfully crisp finish that pairs well with all foods. "This wine's peach, melon and flowers aromas are bright. The palate is dry and fleshy." - Sean Sullivan, Wine Enthusiast

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Our Snake River Valley Syrah-Mourvèdre offers lively notes of red currant, blackberry, black plum, cocoa powder, bay leaf, mulberry, green olive, brown stems, peppery spices, and dried flowers. This medium-bodied, seductive red is tied together within a structure of polished tannins and red currant acidity. The fruit flavors are sweet, rich and pure while showing a pleasing sense of restraint.

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"Consulting winemaker Greg Koenig has more than 22 vintages under his belt. 3 Horse Ranch Cabernet features classic aromas and flavors of ripe black cherry and black currant with with dark chocolate, toast and baking spices. The structure is bold on the entry with ample tannins that provide good length." - Eric Degerman, Great Northwest Wine

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Martha Cunningham
March 9, 2017 | Martha Cunningham

Bordeaux River Cruise March 2018

Join us on this wine-centric Bordeaux Cruise with Viking River Cruises  Continue »

Brandon St-Martin
February 1, 2017 | Brandon St-Martin

2015 Vintage Report : Oregon Scores A Vintage For The History Books

In Oregon, both 2014 and 2015 were essentially dry-harvest vintages. In 2015, the earliest on record for many wineries, rainstorms rolled through at the end of August, moistened the parched, drought-hit soils, and refreshed the vines well before they neared ripeness. September was among the coolest on record. Vintners could pick at whatever they considered to be optimum ripeness. By Oct. 4, the wineries were done picking.  Continue »