Youngberg Hill Vineyards has accepted to be a feature winery at the 2009 International Pinot Noir Celebration July 24th through 26th, in McMinnville, OR.
Archive for February, 2009
February 6th, 2009 by Nicolette Bailey
February 4th, 2009 by Nicolette Bailey
Youngberg Hill Vineyards & Inn has been recertified as a sustainable vineyard by Oregon’s top sustainable oversite groups; LIVE Inc. and Salmon Safe. Since farming organically in 2003, we have continued to use more sustainable farming practices each year. Our goal is to become more biodynamic over the next five years.
Why practice biodynamics and sustainablity? The first obvious answer is that it is better for the environment. The second is that it is better for the farm. The soil is a living organism loaded with other living organisms. The soil needs to maintain its health and vitality just like the human body and plants do. If we do not keep the soil healthy, it cannot sustain itself or other life. The third is that it is better for the vines. As with healthy soil, plants need to be healthy and have the right nutients flowing through their veins to sustain life and also live in harmony with the soil. The fourth answer is that it is better for the wine. Since 2003 we have seen annual improvement of the quality of the grapes and that translates in to higher quality wines.
We continue to strive for better lives for all.
February 3rd, 2009 by Nicolette Bailey
Not Your Momma’s Chocolate
Saturday, February 14th
The classic pairing of chocolates and Youngberg Hill wines
featuring a unique pairing for library wines with distinct and
unusual yet delicious chocolate creations.
1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. | $15 per person | F r e e to Wine Club Members
We invite you to join us for this exquisite tasting and chocolate delicious creations.
We will taste the 2001 through 2005 Youngberg Hill vintages