1. European Style & Neighborhood Atmosphere

“I wish I lived closer so I could stop by and enjoy a glass of vino or a pint in the evening.” – Testimonial The Wine Shop and Beer Tasting Bar in Bend, Oregon is perfect for the wine and beer connoisseur. With European...

2. Join The Wine Shop Bend Wine Club

Join Bend’s #1 Wine Club Now and Save 15% on all bottles of wine and case purchases. Save on our wine events and tastings at the store too when you become a club member. Some benefits that we offer to our club members...

3. The Wine Shop and Beer Tasting Bar

The Wine Shop and Beer Tasting Bar features 30 plus wines by the glass and taste and over 70 craft, Belgian, and international beers on our menu with 8 taps offering the highest quality draft Belgian and regional craft beers. We have a...

4. Tastings, Music and More

The Wine Shop and Beer Tasting Bar has a wide range of events throughout the year. With summer fast approaching, the warm weather will allow wine makers to travel to Bend to pour at The Wine Shop and Beer Tasting Bar. This is a great way...

5. Wines Specials

Wine specials and discount wine offerings are a great way to try out some of our amazing wines. Our wine specials are our way of introducing you to new varietals of wines as well as passing on some terrific savings when we make large...
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Upcoming Events

Look What’s Happening ~ May

Hours:  T, W, Th 1-9pm |
F, Sat 1-11pm | Closed  Sun, Mon
(541) 389-2884
Friday, May 1 5:00-11:00pm
Downtown Bend Art Hop plus a Rosé Tasting
Check out our new artists and get into this warm weather with some outstanding rosés! Remember we are open until 11:00pm so make us the last stop on your Art Hop evening. 16 beers on draft; cider; and of course our extensive wine by the glass list. Come thirsty!
Thursday, May 6 7:00-9:00pm
Walking the Camino de Santiago – A visual talk about the route plus a Spanish wine tasting
Join us for a first hand glance into what it is like to walk the Camino de Santiago, the fears, the joys, the rain, up the mountain and down the mountain. This will be a visual presentation and one you will not want to miss!

Wine Specials

91 Point Wine Spectator Hyland Pinot Noir

The historic Hyland Vineyard lies nestled in the foothills of the coastal mountains near McMinnville, Oregon where it benefits from the influence of cool maritime air every evening that is the trademark of the Willamette Valley’s Pinot Noir.
Originally planted in 1971, just five years after the first Pinot Noir was planted in the Willamette Valley, the 100 acre vineyard has been the source of fruit for many top scoring wines from some of Oregon’s most recognized producers.
The Estate Pinot Noir is refined and distinctive, with a sense of elegance brought by a rose petal and plum nose. A welcoming array of cherry and red berry flavors up front, then lingers effortlessly on refined tannins giving an expressive finish. A wine of character and great length. $38.99


The Season For Amarone Best To Be Enjoyed With Friends

Blended with Corvina, Rondinella, Molinara, and other old indigenous grapes Croatina, Oseleta, Rossignola, Dindarella, Ngrara and Corvione Lay down time:  15-20 years. Serving Temperature:  62 degrees Impenetrable ruby red with purple glints. Aroma: wild berries, hints of wood and minerals on fragrances of liquorice, black pepper, tobacco, spices and chocolate. Flavor: Well balanced, very... { Go to Full Article }

Tempranillo Spain’s Noble Grape

Tempranillo is a variety of black grape widely grown to make full-bodied red wines in its native Spain. It is the main grape used in Rioja, and is often referred to as Spain’s “noble grape.” Tempranillo ripens several weeks earlier than most Spanish red grapes. Characteristics of this wine include aromas and flavors of berries, plum, tobacco, vanilla, leather, saddle and... { Go to Full Article }

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Antinori Badia a Passignano Chianti Classico Reserva

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Charles Heidsieck Brut Reserve

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Pairing & Recipes

Pairing Sparkling Wine with Goat Triple Cream Cheese

There is nothing better than a good sparkling wine and food pairing. Today we discuss the food pairing options of a phenomenal sparkling Italian wine called Durello from the Verona region of Italy. Goat cheese pairs wonderfully with any sparkling wine but Goat Triple Cream Cheese is one of the best. The one from Coach Farms out of New York is one of my favorites. It is an unbelievably rich,... { Go to Full Article }

Wine Club

90 Point Cellar Club – May

Barons Winery Petit Barone Red Blend 2010 Washington; Columbia Valley An inky/purple wine with a nose of black raspberries, blueberries, & anise; it is full-bodied and layered with silky tannins. Great integration of acidity, tannin, alcohol, and wood along with the fruit makes this wine a pleasure to drink. This is an opulent, sumptuous style of wine to be consumed over the next 7+ years.... { Go to Full Article }

Wine Club - Wines of the Month

Wines of the World – April

McNab Ridge Wine Co. Zinzilla Zinfandel Appellation: Mendocino and Lodi, California Zinzilla’s blackberry, boysenberry, raspberry, and dark cherry essences are so full and flavorful they converge...

90 Point Cellar Club – May

Barons Winery Petit Barone Red Blend 2010 Washington; Columbia Valley An inky/purple wine with a nose of black raspberries, blueberries, & anise; it is full-bodied and layered with silky tannins....

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91 Point Wine Spectator Hyland Pinot Noir