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The Vineyard Trail visits and tastes at Youngberg Hill

The Vineyard Trail May 2017 Miki & Elizabeth visit Willamette Valley, write winery travel previews,  tour & taste onsite and post their trail experiences:

Youngberg Hill’s Charitable Giving

We have had the honor over the years of helping families annually with our many charities including Boys & Girls Club, CAP, YCAP, See Ya Later Foundation, Henderson House, Give A Little Foundation, and The Ronald McDonald House Foundation.  We focus on specific charities to make a larger impact in each rather than doing many charities with less impact. This year we have decided to increase our giving to Give A Little. Strengthening communities by providing hope, happiness, and comfort to families and children who need it most is important to us. We are committed to giving back to our community as an important part of who we are. We have chosen to focus more on Give A Little Foundation because of their effort to assist the local McMinnville High School students not only to be able to successfully achieve their goal of graduating, but also experience those little things that make high school a great memory of life.

What is the Give A Little Foundation?
They are an independent, grass-roots, nonprofit organization that provides immediate, one-time financial assistance to individuals and families in Yamhill County who are in crisis or experiencing severe adversity.  They provide a safety net for those who may have nowhere else to turn, always with the goal of helping people maintain or achieve self-sufficiency. To donate directly to this wonderful cause, click here.

To provide more support for this great program, we have committed to donate $15 for every bottle of 2014 Nicolette’s Barrel Select Pinot Noir. The Nicolette’s Select is our special reserve bottling of only 25 cases.  The Nicolette’s Select will be available in the tasting room and online. With your help, we can provide over $4000 to Give A Little Foundation.


Northwest Travel Magazine experiences Youngberg Hill

Erin James & Kristin Ackerman of Sip Northwest Magazine visit Youngberg Hill Vineyards & Inn

Erin James (Sip Northwest Magazine) 11/23 Erin James & Kristin Ackerman indulge themselves with a stay over at Youngberg Hill. They taste, dance to live music and live to write about their “Wine Country Fairy Tale” experiences:

Doug Frost interviews Wayne for the Kansas City Star and Chow Town, the daily dish on Kansas City’s food and drink scene.

Doug dined and tasted with Wayne in Kansas City this Spring and shares his interview, wine tasting and opinion of Youngberg Hill Vineyards Pinot Noir:

Sip Northwest Magazine (Best of Northwest) Wine Competition 2016 – Youngberg Hill Vineyards 2015 Pinot Blanc earns second place for best Pinot Blanc

Sip Northwest Magazine (Best of Northwest) Wine Competition Fall 2016 Youngberg Hill Vineyards 2015 Pinot Blanc earns second place for best Pinot Blanc. You can review all the competition results by clicking here:

Gabe Sasso, The Daily Meal writes this article featuring the “serene setting and world class wines of Youngberg Hill”. Check out Gabe’s review of where to eat in the McMinnville area.

Gabe Sasso (The Daily Meal) 10/21 Feature article on the Youngberg Hill “serene setting” and world class wines and reviews the wines:

Sunset Magazine International Wine Competition (Print and Online Editions) – Youngberg Hill Vineyards receives a Silver Medal for the 2015 Pinot Blanc.

Sunset Magazine (International Wine Competition) October 2016 Youngberg Hill Vineyards 2015 Pinot Blanc earns a Silver Medal. You can see the full results on the Sunset Magazine website:

Andy Perdue and Eric Degerman of Great Northwest Wines rate the 2013 Jordan Pinot Noir “Excellent”.

Andy Perdue & Eric Degerman (Great Northwest Wines) 10/19 GNNW reviews the 2013 Jordan Pinot Noir with an “Excellent” rating:

Talk Vino Interview with Wayne Bailey

Anatoli Levine (Talk-A-Vino) 9/30 Anatoli interviews Wayne in this wide ranging article about the history of Youngberg Hill Vineyard and Wayne’s perspective on sustainable growing:

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