We’ve been celebrating Oregon Wine Month during the month of May. How can you not? There are more than 72 types of grapes grown in this beautiful state, and we’re here to help our guests celebrate every one of them. We have more than 40 bottles of Oregon wine on our list, as well as three by the glass. Pronghorn General Manager Spencer Schaub has four favorites, all from the Willamette Valley. Try one the next time you dine at Pronghorn, either at Chanterelle, Cascada, Trailhead Grill, or one of our winemaker’s dinners this summer.

“There are over 72 types of grapes grown in Oregon.” We’re here to help you celebrate each and every one.

1. Love & Squalor Riesling 2012

Perfect thirst-quenching bottle of white for a hot summer day. Drink while you watch the sun go down.

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2. Harper Voit Pinot Blanc 2014

Think of it like a white Pinot Noir, but a step up on the palette from the Love & Squalor Riesling. Look for more information on our late-summer winemakers dinner with Harper Voit.

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3. Stollar Family Estate Vintage 2014

By the glass or by the bottle, this Pinot Noir by one of the most beautiful vineyard’s in the Willamette Valley. One of Spencer’s favorites.

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4. Archery Summit Dundee Hills Pinot Noir 2012

Join us for our special dinner with Archery Summit on June 10. A 3-course menu created by Chef Kevin Linde, plus beautiful selections from Archery Summit. Chef Linde’s menu includes Confit Braised Rabbit Leg with Grain Mustard Pappardelle and English Peas, paired with Archer Summit Pinot Noir Premier Cuvee, 2013 and a Pinot Noir Braised Wagyu Short Rib paired with Archery Summit Red Hills Estate Pinot Noir, 2013. It’s going to be a special night and seating is very limited. See the full menu and make reservations.

4 Oregon Wines You Have to Try