If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, you can return your order to the warehouse for a full refund (Bottles must be unopened, in the state you received them, and in the original packaging). We believe that in order to have the best possible online shopping experience, our customers should not have to pay for domestic return shipping. So if you're not happy with your purchase, just contact us right away and we will provide you with details for returning the unopened bottles - your domestic shipping costs are prepaid by us.

With the WineChateau.com 365 day return policy, there are no special catches or exceptions. All we ask is that you send the items back to us in the original packaging, unopened, and in the same condition you received them.

    • You can return your purchase for up to 365 days from the purchase date.

    • Products must be in the condition you received them and in the original box and/or packaging.

    • Return shipping is absolutely FREE.

    • You will be provided with a pre-paid FedEx domestic label to return the purchase to us.

  • Once your return is received and inspected by the fulfillment centers (usually within 72 hours of receipt), your refund will be processed and a credit will be automatically applied to your credit card or original method of payment within 7 days. Please note that depending on your credit card company, it may take an additional 2-10 business days after your credit is applied for it to post to your account. As part of our 365-day return policy, all returns will need to be received and processed by our warehouse within 365 days of purchase.
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Oregon Still Wine

Underappreciated and underrated, Oregon produces some noteworthy wines from its several growing regions. At Wine Chateau, shop our selection of Oregon wine online to try the variety and diversity of the state's red and white wines.

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Elouan Pinot Noir 2015
This Elouan Pinot Noir is richer and more full bodied than what is typical of Oregon Pinot Noir, which generally is very lean. Bright ruby red in...

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A To Z Wineworks Pinot Gris 2015
90 Points Wine Enthusiast

The price of this all-occasion white wine keeps creeping up, but the quality stays high, even as production levels push toward six figures. It's lightly spritzy, pale...

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Chapter 24 Pinot Noir The Last Chapter 2013

This first blend was created as a study in harmony. This wine's initial scents of ripe blackcherry and plum hint at the palate's potential richness. A saturating and delicious presence that mimics richness, this bursts withexuberant...

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Resonance Pinot Noir 2015

Deep and brilliant dark ruby color. On the nose, aromas of red fruits pair elegantly with a touch of spice and wood. Flavors such as cherries and currants standout in the mouth and finish with...

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Primarius Pinot Noir Reserve 2014

Pinot Noir is the Noble red grape of Burgundy, capable of ripening in a cooler climate, which Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot will not reliably do. It is unpredictable and difficult both to grow and to...

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Left Coast Cellars White Pinot Noir 2016

This White Pinot Noir engages the senses with spiced pear, cardamom, peach, citrus pith, honey & straw aromas. Honey, citrus and orange blossom coat the palate. Considerable depth with a mineral/slate finish.

Famed for its...

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Domaine Drouhin Oregon Pinot Noir 2014-Wine Chateau
Our 1988 Classique Pinot Noir was the first wine produced by the Drouhin Familyin Oregon. Over two decades later, this cuvée has become a foundational elementof many great wine lists and personal cellars. The fruit...

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Chapter 24 Pinot Noir Fire & Flood The Flood 2013

The 2013 Flood derives from the Willamette Valley’s ocean-influenced, sedimentary soils. Quiet and firm at the outset, it develops with air, taking on a dark-cherry scent and a tarry depth of flavor. A vibrant purple, there's...

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Chapter 24 Pinot Noir Fire & Flood The Fire 2013
The 2013 Fire is like a platonic statement of Jory and Nekia soil expression, its pulpy red-cherry fruit given a dusty lift from that red-dirt grippiness. The tannin-acid structure is at once subtle and gentle,...

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Oregon's wine production is concentrated in three main growing regions, two of which are located within the state and one that straddles the border of Oregon and Washington. The state offers a variety and complexity that allow its wines to compete within the world market.

Although the grapes, wineries and areas surrounding them are not as developed as the wineries in California, Oregon does well considering its significantly smaller size. Wineries have become a quickly growing tourist attraction affecting the state's economy. Winemakers within Oregon welcome visitors and benefit most from on-site sales and stays.

The most popular and successful grape in the region is Pinot Noir, but other popular grapes include Pinot Gris, Riesling and Chardonnay. The dozens of wineries in Oregon produce wines that are typically marketed as varietals. Oregon produces several styles of wine in addition to the traditional still wine. Shop our selection at Wine Chateau for the region's sparkling wine, ice wine and dessert wine to step outside the box.