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All events currently are subject to cancellation at short notice due to current covid compliance requirements. StoneRiver Vineyard has suspended all live music at this time until indoor shows are again allowed or until the weather warms enough for patrons to sit outside comfortably. Great live music is scheduled but will

01/16/21 – Mercy Duo                                                                   Soul / Rhythm & Blues / Pop  2:00 pm Saturday                                       StoneRiver Vineyard, 2178 Pioneer Rd, Talent, (541) 631-9583 on the lawn entertainment

Wine Wednesday with The Punch House Date & Time:  Wednesday, November 11th from 5-7 PM Join us for a complimentary tasting with The Punch House! Promotional pricing on glasses and bottles of featured wines available on Wednesday.

  Wine Wednesday with Rellik Winery Date & Time:  Wednesday, November 4th from 5-7 PM Join us for a complimentary tasting with Rellik Winery! Promotional pricing on glasses and bottles of featured wines available on Wednesday.

October 10/17/20 – Daniel Nickels Indie Rock / Pop 5:00 pm Saturday StoneRiver Winery, 2178 Pioneer Rd, Talent, (541) 631-9583 10/24/20 – Mercy Duo, featuring Lynda Day Soul / Rhythm & Blues / Pop 5:00 pm Saturday StoneRiver Winery, 2178 Pioneer Rd, Talent, (541) 631-9583 10/25/20 – Taurie Michele Indie

Producing wine isn’t necessarily low-impact. It requires water—lots and lots of water. And lands—lots and lots of land. There is energy, and the resources to bottle, and to ship. It is an elegant, but potentially resource-heavy process. But, for the past two decades, roughly the same time that the wine

Jamie and Katherine McCleary hit the start button on their long-planned dream in 2007, identifying and acquiring an old pear orchard, among the south-facing heights of Fern Valley north of Phoenix. Two years later, they had planted five combined acres of Viognier, Tempranillo, Syrah and Grenache, with a first harvest

To explain U5 it is necessary to explain the geography; after all, the name sounds more like a geological survey than a catchy vineyard name. Developed on the upper five acres (hence, U5) of the historic Bagley pear orchard, just a little above Talent, off Wagner Creek Road, the north-and-west

Belle Fiore Chateau Winery and Wine Pavilion On the upper reaches of Bear Creek flowage near Emigrant Lake—easternmost extreme of the Rogue Valley—Belle Fiore elevates the region’s wine experience to the next level of style and elegance. In tribute to Southern Oregon’s recent national accolades, many call the Rogue Valley

We usually take the longer, scenic route on our quarterly wine club pickup/party days, following the namesake Rogue, from Gold Hill through Sam’s Valley, beneath the iconic Table Rocks, to Cliff Creek Cellars and Sam’s Valley Vineyard.  We enter through a seasonally shifting array of farm and fermenting equipment, outbuildings