McKenzie Crest Wines is a small production winery located in Springfield, Oregon. Our focus is on producing small batch, hand crafted wines with fruit sourced from all over Oregon and Washington's beautiful wine country. We look to esteemed AVA's such as the Willamette Valley, Umpqua Valley, Columbia Valley, and Yakima Valley to produce a diverse range of delicious and complex varietals. Though we currently do not have a tasting room, our wines are available for online retail and delivery.
We know that many are thinking about their families this time of year and having wine around the table is a must-have. McKenzie Crest has everyone covered! Our November Family Pack offers 2 White or Rosé wines of YOUR choice, 2 bottles of Pinot Noir, and 2 bottles of Barbera, all for $150. This 6 pack guarantees that everyone will be happy sippers.
Looking for a special on a smaller scale? Try our latest new releases: 2021 Pinot Noir and 2021 Barbera, 2 for $50 during the month of November!
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McKenzie Crest produces wines with minimal intervention. We celebrate the fact that every vintage is different. Each wine is a reflection of that vintage's growing season, unique weather, distinct location and soils. And we strive to harvest at a time when the grape's natural sugar and acidity is at the best balance possible.
Our goal is to produce wines with deep color, round and rich tannins, yet we still allow the fruit to speak for itself. While we use French and American oak to impart good structure and mouthfeel to our wines, we never allow the oak to dominate or mask quality fruit character.
Most all of our wines go through Malolactic Fermentation and we utilize different yeast strains to create several desirable nuances in our wines.
Looking to explore some great wines and meet talented, friendly winemakers? We highly recommend the following wineries. We also gratefully acknowledge their inspiration, insights, and often times their direct help in bringing McKenzie Crest Wines to fruition. They continue to make a positive impact on the winemaking community.