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Really enjoyed their Tempranillo. Very knowledgeable and friendly staff. It was a great stop on a beautiful day.更多
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Abacela Winery near Roseburg, OR, is well worth a visit. The location is lovely, on a hillside overlooking the Umpqua Valley. Attractive food offerings. And their wine is as good as it gets in southern Oregon. Specialties: Albariño and Tempranillo. Both are the finest I've...更多
Spanish, Rhone, Portuguese varietals matched to the soil and sun then captured in a bottle by a great winemaker. We visit often and linger over a purchased platter of bread, cheese, meats and more while chatting with knowledgeable tasting room staff or taking in the...更多
Earl and Hilda Jones (owners) have created one of the finest winery experiences in the Northwest. They specialize in Spanish wines such as Tempernillo and Albarino, and continually win awards for the best of the best. Gold Medals from all over the USA, and international...更多
Great tasting experience with knowledgable, friendly staff. Good scenary for some sit down time. Our tray assortment of meats, cheeses, and more were grand.
Place is pristine with good wine and beautiful surroundings. We visited it after completing the safari. We also hiked bit to reach one of the top gazebo. Wine testing is reasonable priced 10$ per person for 5 different wines. One word of caution there wine...更多
They like to emphasize their affection for Spanish wine, and there is a plus to that. I like Albarino, and they make it. Lots of comments about Temprenillo make me think most people have never enjoyed this grape; they offered two. Knowledgeable, attentive server poured...更多
A group of us (six) visited the winery and enjoyed it. Even purchased some wines to be sent back home to New Mexico. The people were pleasant and helpful. Would definitely return. Thanks.
The wine at Abacela is divine! Heavenly. More than excellent. Tasting Room staff is exceptionally well-versed in all their varietals and vintages. They were the first winery in the U.S. to plant, harvest, and bottle tempranillo. Just yum. Go there.