In an effort to keep you up to date on wineries in Portland we will be featuring one winery a month in an email and on social media. The plan is to give you a couple of highlights in this email and then follow us on Facebook or Instagram to hear more about each winery.We hope you enjoy this snapshot into each of these unique small Urban Wineries.
A big THANK YOU! has to go out to Aliya Hall for taking the time to interview our winery members.
Why did you decide to be an urban winery instead of in the valley?
Looking around when we were in the valley and saw people were making wine in barns, we thought, “Why can’t we do that in a warehouse?” Also I grew up in Portland and we more urban people, the bustle. Compared to living in Carlton, we can go anywhere and get sushi or go to the gym and it’s all ten minutes away. We can be anonymous. I love the city.
Do you have a favorite non-profit or cause your winery supports?
We’re supporting Streetroots. I really like what they’re doing. We had a pandemic relief label we sold during the holidays and I’m working on another right now..
To hear more about Boedecker Cellars be sure to check out our Social Media pages and you can find a link to them on our website.