2015 Brut Rosé: Sparkling Wines That Rival Champagne

Our 2015 Brut Rosé featured in Food & Wine Magazine’s article “8 Oregon Sparkling Wines That Rival Champagne”. Here’s what they had to say:

“The Willamette Valley’s distinctive climate and geology have made it renowned for Pinot Noir, and its Chardonnays can be equally impressive—two varieties that also happen to be the classic ingredients of great sparkling wine… Winemaker Adam Campbell is one of Oregon’s top Pinot talents. His skill shows through in this creamy, lightly toasty wine.” – Ray Isle, Food & Wine

Read the full article at foodandwine.com.


Elk Cove a “Hot Brand” for 2018

Wine Business Magazine has chosen Elk Cove as a “Hot Brand” for 2018!

“As a region, Oregon’s Willamette Valley had been producing outstanding Pinot Noir and Chardonnay for decades, and the Campbell family has been a steward of those grapes since the beginning.”

According to Wine Business Monthly, this means we’re doing a good job of representing the American wine industry. They’re featuring our 100% Pinot Noir Brut Rosé – read more when the full report comes out in February.

So are you drinking more Oregon bubbly? How do you think our 2015 Brut Rosé represents trends in American wine? We’d love to hear what you think. Email us at info@elkcove.com. Cheers!

The Wine Business Monthly is the nation’s leading publication for wineries and growers.

Read more here.

2015 Brut Rosé: Year’s Best Summer Sparklers

Our 2015 Brut Rosé was awarded 92 points by  Wine & Spirits Magazine and was featured in their “Year’s Best Summer Sparklers.”

“This is Elk Cove’s second vintage of a sparkling rosé, made with fruit from some of the oldest vines on the property. It starts off with a soft and elegant mousse and a whiff of lees and plum juice. The flavors are juicy and linear, with plenty of acidity to balance the fruit. It’s ripe and seductive, with a mildly earthy finish.” – Patrick J. Comiskey

Read the full article – along with 14 other ratings of top Oregon sparkling wines – in the August 2019 Issue of Wine & Spirits magazine. Cheers!


Best Sparkling – Panel Pick

Our 2011 Brut Rosé was selected as a Panel Pick from among 524 wines blind-tasted by Sip Northwest for their fifth annual “Best of the Northwest” issue. Winners were sampled blind and judged by over five dozen leading beverage experts, so we’re proud that our first Rosé Sparkling wine made the list!

Sip Northwest covers various and sundry beverages from around the Pacific Northwest and their Best of the Northwest issue is “a compilation of 2016’s greatest hits” that doubles as their holiday buying guide for wines, beers and spirits from our region.