Club Shipments

On the surface, wines pretty much all look the same.

Red, white, pink, bubbly - the adjectives are limited (unless you happen to be studying for the MS or MW, that is.) Variation in color may nod you in the direction of a particular vintage or winemaking style, but beyond that, it's tough to get to know a wine just by looking at it.

Feelings about wine should have nothing to do with love at first sight. And yet, we seldom have the opportunity to really get to know a wine over time. The way we approach wine today is tantamount to meeting someone whose company you really enjoy, then never making an effort to see that person again.

The RR Club program takes your relationship to the next level.

Each fall,  let us stock your cellar with Pinot Noir designed to age gracefully, or a selection of RR library wines we've deemed ready to drink. Want to decide for yourself which vintages suit your personality best? We'll send you a 13-pack vertical of library wines, with the option to forward a bottle to a friend.

Yes, there will be parties. (We love hanging out with you!) And discounts, of course. But most importantly, you'll have the opportunity to continue a relationship with the wines you've come to know and love. That's why we started the RR project, a brand dedicated to gracefully-aged Pinot Noir.

All club subscriptions include your choice of free shipping, or two tickets to our "Paul B" party, a light-hearted, North Carolina riff on the traditional Burgundian Paulée.

PLEASE NOTE: We cannot ship to Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Delaware, Kentucky, Maine, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, New Jersey, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, West Virginia, or Wisconsin.

SHIPPING ADVISORY: Ground shipping during warmer or colder temperatures (80 degrees and above or 40 degrees and below) may compromise your wine. Shipments to certain states may be held back until the weather is optimal. We will contact you directly if your shipment needs to be held.

Harry & Wynn Peterson Nedry, Chehalem Winery, Oregon