Hey WA and OR! Save on shipping for the holiday and pick up a bottle of our wine at the following retail locations: Whole Foods, WAChambers BayRoosevelt SquareLynnwoodMill PlainWhole Foods, ORFremontGreenwayHollywoodLaurelhurstPearl DistrictEugene (their newest location!)And...You can now find us in the Made in Oregon stores. If you would like to see us in your local shop, send us an email at: email@example.com with the location and name and we will contact them in the New Year! Cheers!, The Team @ Backstay Wine Co.
We are celebrating our first year anniversary of being in business...by giving away free chocolate!! Hehe but seriously. We will be sharing our favorite memories from this past year all month long, and we would love for you to join in! Share a picture / video and tag us using #MemorieswithBackstay2016 via Facebook / Instagram or email us something we can share (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we will pick our favorite exactly one month after our anniversary on January 4th, 2017! The winner will receive a 16-piece truffle package from the o-so-yummy Moonstruck Chocolate Co. in Portland, Oregon. Thank you in advance to everyone who participates. We love celebrating life's big and small moments with each and everyone of you. Cheers!!
Light tannins and acidity. Berries, plums, earthy-tones. Our 2013 Pinot Noir is the perfect pairing for your holiday meal this Thursday. It goes well with a variety of different turkey preparations and is light enough that it will not overpower your meal. The acidity helps cut through rich foods and round out flavors while the berry notes accentuate cranberry flavors throughout. No matter what you pair your turkey with this holiday, we hope you have a fantastic Thanksgiving with family and friends!! ~ The Crew @ Backstay Wine Co.
Marechal Foch (pronounced: "mer-shall foshe"). This lesser-known varietal packs a lot of flavor and is a wonderfully food-friendly wine. It's bursting with fruity flavors, yet finishes with a nice subtlety that will leave you wanting more. It pairs well with roasts and game meat such as deer or elk. It also is a great wine for the holidays. In fact, Whole Foods in the Pearl District is featuring ours for Thanksgiving! A French hybrid grape, it is not used in commercial winemaking in Europe due to European Union regulations. The date it was introduced to the USA is unknown; but it was planted in Canada for the first time in 1946. Marechal Foch is every winegrower's dream grape: it is...