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Reustle Prayer Rock Vineyards

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Reustle Prayer Rock Vineyards

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960 Cal Henry Rd, Roseburg, OR 97471-9679
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susanchat1 wrote a review Aug 2020
Chattanooga, Tennessee122 contributions37 helpful votes
We found Reustle to be a very nice experience. Our host was knowledgeable and friendly, it was a beautiful facility, inside and outside. The wines were good. Would put at the top of my list for wineries in the Roseburg area.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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PlumCrazyChallenger wrote a review Mar 2020
Myrtle Point, Oregon25 contributions24 helpful votes
This is a hidden treasure. I lived and worked in Sonoma County, CA and have to disagree with contributor sp4301. As you drive up a wood surrounded hill and crest over the top of the ridge you get a beautiful view of the vineyard. Driving down the hill you come upon some farm animals, see a beautiful small lake with an adjacent guest cottage and owners home to an ample parking lot (there is a small handicap parking area up nest to the winery). From the parking lot you follow a whimsical path to the wine terrace and the tasting room which is a cave in the hillside and newly remodelled. I have to disclose that I am a wine club member since 2014. They do produce some of the best wines in the Umqua Valley and have the trophy awards to prove it! The owners and staff take pride in "knowing" their clientele by first names even if you are not there that often. The private area is reserved for members but are also seating others if not in use and is considered a special area. I have always enjoyed my experience there taking out of the area guests and so far have only gotten praises for this winery from them. We do visit other wineries when we have guests but this one always gets the #1 choice to revisit. We have always been greeted and cared for in the utmost wonderful way. Called to see if we could bring our granddaughter with our group (16 yrs old) and they made a special non-alcoholic drink for her. We have attended concerts and dinners there as well. The owners are spectacular hosts and mingle with all the guests as well enjoy themselves as well!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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sewart01 wrote a review Feb 2020
Silverton, Oregon75 contributions26 helpful votes
One of my favorite wineries. The cave is fun, but cold. The staff are always so helpful, happy, and friendly. This is a must stop on a wine tour.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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sp4301 wrote a review Jan 2020
Medford, Oregon1,879 contributions392 helpful votes
The folks here are very impressed by their wine cave. It is all very contrived and not a relaxed tasting experience. Pay the tasting fee first (refunded if you spend $50+) then instead of hanging out at the tasting bar you are moved to a small room in the cave area by yourselves. The guy proudly told us they used the same fake rock designer that Disneyland does to make their cave look... not realistic?! You have to taste at their pace because you’re left in the room with the person/people you come in with... my wife said she felt kidnapped! Mingling with other tasters seemed discouraged. In the room you get three small bites to go with each wine. If you’re the designated driver, you don’t get to partake. Very snobby place trying to feel like Napa but this is the Umpqua and they need to not take themselves so seriously. Couldn’t wait to leave here.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Toni L wrote a review Oct 2019
Oregon132 contributions22 helpful votes
Lovely tasting room. Very reasonable tasting fee. Grenache was a nice summer wine. The Dulce is a pleasant surprise. Rojo made with tempernillo. White with reisling. both are good choice for dessert wines.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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