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Great Wine Gifts Here at Youngberg Hill

December 2nd, 2014 by Rachel

Wine Gifts at Youngberg HillIt’s the holiday season again. This is the time of year when we all show our love and appreciation of each other through gift-giving. One thing we at Youngberg Hill love to give our friends and family is, of course, wine. But wine isn’t the only gift we have to offer at our Willamette Valley vineyard and inn. Take a look at our list of wine gifts and wine-related gifts:

Gift certificate to the winery. For a very limited time, we are offering you the opportunity to give a gift certificate here at Youngberg Hill. This can’t be ordered directly from the website, so give us a call at (503) 472-2727 or (888) 657-8668 or email us at info@youngberghill.com to purchase a gift certificate.

A membership to either our wine club or our Pinot club. This really is the gift that keeps on giving. You can purchase an entire year of wine for your friend or family member, plus all the perks that come with membership. Just a few of these perks include a discount on stays at the Inn, complimentary tastings, and access to our newest releases.

A stay at the Youngberg Hill Inn. We are a working Oregon winery and Inn, so a stay here not only includes wine, it includes local foods, fantastic shopping, and much, much more.

One of our specialty packages. We have several special packages here at Youngberg Hill. The Winter Wine Tasting packages is limited by season, and it is simply fabulous. You can also surprise someone who has a birthday near the holidays with our Birthday package. Explore all of our packages here.

This holiday season, we hope you are able to find the perfect gift for everyone on your list. Let us know if we can do anything to fulfill your gift-giving needs! Cheers!

What are the Benefits of Joining a Wine Club?

March 25th, 2014 by Rachel

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Youngberg Hill Wine Club

You love wine.  Perhaps you purchase a few bottles whenever you are at the grocery store, buy a case of your favorites each month, or just sip it at restaurants.  Wine clubs exist specifically for people like you.

The main feature of any wine club is receiving great wines at your doorstep on a regular basis. Clubs usually send bottles on a monthly, quarterly, or biannual basis.  This is a great feature in itself, as it allows your pallet (and wine cellar) an extra boost consistently.

However, when you sign up with a specific winery – rather than a “wine of the month” club that features several wineries – you get additional benefits.

So what are the benefits of joining a wine club?

New Releases Delivered: The first thing any good wine club does is deliver great wine from our vineyard to your doorstep.  We send our new releases each May and November.  The number of bottles sent depends upon the type of club the member has signed up to.

Discounts: Youngberg Hill has a very unique set up.  We aren’t just a winery – we are an Inn as well.  This gives us the opportunity to offer our members discounts on stays in our Inn.

Free Tastings: Renewing old acquaintances and meeting new friends is among our favorite things.  So, of course, we offer club members and their guests’ free wine tastings.

Member’s Only Events: It’s true!  We enjoy staying connected with our members – which is why we spoil them with member’s only events.

Exclusive Access: Our Pinot Club members have an opportunity which we reserve for no one else.  They are able to purchase older vintages from our library.  Additionally, the Pinot Club members can schedule a private tasting with food pairing and a 2 hour vineyard/winery tour each year.

Signing up for a wine club with your favorite winery allows you first class access to both the wines and the winery.  Youngberg Hill is unique in that we also have an Inn, so even those who sign up to our clubs that live in other states can always visit and enjoy discounts, free tastings, and more.  Additionally, wine clubs give the wine lover (that’s you!) the opportunity to build up a collection of their favorite vintages, and to explore wine and their own pallet more deeply.