Yakima Valley and Willamette Valley boasts some of the best grape growing conditions in the Pacific Northwest. However, this is not the only crop that dominates the abundant agricultural landscape of these valleys. Hops, peach, cherry, and filbert orchards dot the valley and rolling hills, nestled in between the vineyards, creating a stunning visual landscape and diverse terroir. There is a strong sense of pride from locals in these majestic valleys. At Owen Roe, we feel it too, which is why we make an array of wines from these regions including Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah to Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.
Our wine clubs are designed to celebrate these two unique areas and offer you the opportunity to receive wines as diverse as their region. Aptly named after the state the grapes are grown in, the Hogshead Club is broken into two separate clubs, Oregon and Washington, and receives extremely limited production wines. While, the Ulster Army is a club that receives Owen Roe favorites and value wines, crafted for enjoyment immediately. These three unique clubs afford you the benefit of trying a diverse variety; choose one if you have a kinship for that region, or all three to taste the distinctiveness from each valley.