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Certificate of Excellence2016 - 2018 Winner


Suavignon Blanc – Kriselle Cellars, 2017 Rogue Valley, OR
A bright tropical nose with aromas of grapefruit and pineapple, with a mineral and tropical palate focused on ripe grapefruit with bright acidity
2oz USD 3.75
Glass USD 9
Bottle USD 37
Albariño – Condes de Albarei, 2017 Rias Baixas, Spain
This crisp dry white from Northwest Spain offers notes of lemon zest and green apple, with high acidity and a clean finish. It is one of the classic white varietals of Spain
2oz USD 3.75
Glass USD 9
Bottle USD 36
Pinot Gris – Cuckoo's Nest Cellars, 2017 Rogue Valley, OR
With an aromatic nose of pear and stone fruit, this wine is crisp and refreshing, showing the same stone fruit on the palate, framed by light citrus, and a satisfying, lingering finish
2oz USD 3.25
Glass USD 8
Bottle USD 31
Chardonnay – Irvine & Roberts Vineyards, 2015 Rogue Valley, OR
Green apple and lemon citrus dominate the nose, with understated oak. On the palate it shows green apple and pear, with a weighty mid palate and full bodied finish with mildly toasty oak
2oz USD 4
Glass USD 10
Bottle USD 44
Txakoli – Hiruzta Txakolina, 2017 Getariako Txakolina, Spain
This traditional white wine of the Basque region made from the varietals Hondarrabi Zuri and Hondarrabi Beltza is bright and dry, with aromas of citrus and green apple, leading to a palate that is clean and crisp, focused on lemon zest and green apple
2oz USD 3.75
Glass USD 9
Bottle USD 37
Pistoleta – Quady North, 2017 Rogue Valley, OR
This wine is a blend of Roussanne, Marsanne, Viognier, and Grenache Blanc that offers vibrant fruit aromas of melon and lychee. These same tones come across on the palate with the additional hint of orange and citrus
2oz USD 3.75
Glass USD 9
Bottle USD 38
Pinot Gris – Anchor Valley, 2017 Rogue Valley, OR
Bright stone fruit and tropical fruit on the nose, with a crisp, acidic floral palate that shows apricot with underlying minerality. Double Gold winner at the 2018 Oregon Wine Experience
USD 34
Riesling – Brandborg, 2015 Umpqua Valley, OR
Medium dry, with citrus and mineral notes on the nose, leading to a palate that shows bright acidic lemon zest and orange citrus
USD 31
Riesling – The Seeker, 2016 Mosel, Germany
This traditional, off-dry wine shows the typical Mosel nose of graphite and petrol with underlying citrus and pineapple. On the palate it follows through with pineapple and peach, and a mineral-infused finish
USD 28
Rosé – Quady North Rosé, 2017 Rogue Valley, OR
This is a serious rosé, made from 48% Syrah, 42% Grenache, 9% Mourvèdre, and 1% Counoise. This wine has a nose of strawberry and melon, leading to a dry, French style palate of melon with citrus, and food friendly acidity
2oz USD 3.75
Glass USD 9
Bottle USD 38
Guigal Rosé, 2017 Côtes du Rhône, France
From one of the premier Rosé producers, this dry blend shows strawberry and melon on the nose, which is echoed on the mineral rich and acidic palate
2oz USD 3.25
Glass USD 8
Bottle USD 31
Pinot Noir – Forager, 2015 Willamette Valley, OR
This classic Oregon Pinot Noir has bright red cherry on the nose with an earthy note, followed by a traditional palate of red fruit and tea. The slight oak on the mid palate gives depth to the wine, and the finish is delicate and sophisticated
2oz USD 3.75
Glass USD 9
Bottle USD 37
Tempranillo, Crianza – Iranzo Vertus, 2014 Utiel – Requena, Spain
This aged Tempranillo is from Spain's oldest Estate Bottled winery – dating back to 1335. Produced from 100% organically grown grapes, it has a ripe nose of black currant and cocoa, with cherry on the palate with mild tannins on the finish
2oz USD 3.75
Glass USD 9
Bottle USD 38
Tempranillo – "Red Blanket" Red Lily, 2014 Applegate Valley, OR
One of our favorite local Tempranillos, this wine has a nose of dark cherry and plum framed by cocoa. On the palate it shows juicy cherry and plum with black currant, and well-integrated tannins
2oz USD 4
Glass USD 10
Bottle USD 44
Malbec – Diseño, Old Vine, 2016 Mendoza, Argentina
Made from old vine grapes in Argentina's premier growing area, this wine shows plum and dark cherry on the nose, leading to cassis, plum, and ripe blue fruit on the palate
2oz USD 3.75
Glass USD 9
Bottle USD 39
Cabernet Sauvignon – Decoy (Duckhorn), 2015 Sonoma – Napa Valley, CA
Blackberry, currant, and dried herbs dominate the nose, leading to a lush palate focused on currant and ripe berries, and a touch of sweet oak on the long finish
2oz USD 4
Glass USD 10
Bottle USD 43
Syrah – Plaisance Ranch, 2015 Applegate Valley, OR
This consistently award winning Syrah has a nose of dark fruit and earth with hints or pepper and spice. The palate is full with well integrated mid palate tannins, and flavors of cassis and dark cherry
2oz USD 4.25
Glass USD 11
Bottle USD 47
Tempranillo - Cab Sauv – "Pini" Slagle Creek, 2016 Applegate Valley, OR
This blend brings together the best of both grape varietals with a nose of ripe dark cherry and hints of cocoa, leading to a lush palate that shows plum, cassis, and ripe dark fruit framed by vanilla oak on the finish with silky tannins
2oz USD 3.75
Glass USD 9
Bottle USD 39
La Vilella Alta – Black Slate, 2015 Priorat, Spain
This traditional blend is from the legendary region of Priorat, and has big ripe dark fruit and plum on the nose, leading to a palate that shows plumb and currant with good mid palate structure, and a finish that lingers with an herbal nature
2oz USD 4
Glass USD 10
Bottle USD 47
Grenache – Goldback, 2016 Rogue Valley, OR
Plum and red cherry on the nose, framed by mineral notes, leading to ripe red fruit on the palate with wellintegrated tannins and a long finish
USD 46
Syrah "4-2, A" – Quady North, 2014 Rogue Valley, OR
This single vineyard wine has lush dark fruit framed by earth and spice on both the nose and palate, with beautiful silky tannins, great structure, and a long delicate finish
USD 38
"Veraton" Garnacha – Bodegas Alto Moncayo, 2014 Campo de Borja, Spain
This wine is a power house of ripe fruit, with black berry and dark cherry on the nose, leading to a luscious, big bodied, New World style wine with flavors of ripe dark berry and black cherry. The silky tannins and mild oak character dominate the long finish
USD 58
Pinot Noir, Yamhill Cuvée – Domaine Serene, 2014 Willamette Valley, Yamhill – Carlton, OR
Beautiful aromas of red fruit and raspberry dominate the nose, framed by cedar and oak notes. Incredibly smooth on the palate and finish, you will get ripe red fruit and cherry framed by subtle vanilla oak
USD 70
Pinot Noir Estate – Shea Wine Cellars, 2015 Willamette Valley, OR
A blend from numerous blocks on the estate, this is a classic expression of Oregon Pinot Noir with a floral inflection on the nose and brambly blue fruit on the palate with polished tannins
USD 67
Pinot Noir, Taylor Ridge – Bohème, 2012 Sonoma Coast, CA
This elegant Pinot Noir has aromas of red cherry, sandalwood, and Christmas spice, leading to delicious red cherry and cranberry fruits on the palate, backed by supple tannins and a long finish with just a hint of oak
USD 68
"Patience" Cabernet Franc – Maison Ventenac, 2015 Languedoc, France
This Southern French wine has a ripe rich nose of dark fruit focused on plum and cassis. On the palate it shows beautiful, food friendly acidity with dark berry, and a hint of herbs. This is an almost perfect representation of a French Cabernet Franc
USD 51
Claret – Roxyann Winery, 2014 Rogue Valley, OR
Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Cabernet Franc make this a complex wine with a long finish. Flavors range through cherry, currant, and blackberry with a spiced finish that shows hints of cedar
USD 40
Merlot – Duckhorn Vineyards, 2014 Napa Valley, CA
Black amethyst in color, this wine opens with aromas of ripe cherry, black fig, and plum. Intense flavors of cherry with hints of coffee and chocolate dominate the velvety palate, with good acidity and savory notes leading to a long and complex finish
USD 60
Cabernet Sauvignon – Kriselle Cellars, 2015 Rogue Valley, OR
This wine has red berry and plum on the nose with a hint of vanilla oak, leading to cherry, raspberry, and plum on the palate, with firm tannins on the finish
USD 43
Cabernet Sauvignon Estate – Cade Winery, 2014 Howell Mountain - Napa Valley, CA
This ripe and lush wine captures the essence of the New World Napa Valley style Cabernet Sauvignon. It has aromas of dark berry and cherry fruit with hints of spice. The palate is dominated by ripe black cherry with notes of dark chocolate and spice on the long finish
USD 125
Special Diets
Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
Dinner, Late Night, Drinks
Spanish, Wine Bar
Reservations, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Table Service
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Reviewed March 15, 2020 via mobile

It’s not a bad place. The tapas were good ( not great) and the martinis were not bad. Maybe because it was fairly empty ( b4 virus) and servers were hard to find that we were underwhelmed by the whole experience. Maybe we were expecting...More

Date of visit: March 2020
Reviewed March 8, 2020 via mobile

Six of us had dinner on Friday evening and we all enjoyed the many small plates ordered and shared. Such a great variety of tasty bites topped off with an order of paella. The paella easily served all six of us with leftovers. Dishes we...More

Date of visit: March 2020
Reviewed February 27, 2020

Excellent drink selection and the tapas were always very good and well presented. I've been here several times and will go again.

Date of visit: December 2019
Reviewed December 13, 2019 via mobile

Excellent food and service. Very willing and able to accommodate allergies. Good selection of drinks.

Date of visit: December 2019
Reviewed September 7, 2019 via mobile

We were looking forward to trying Elements based on previous reviews. First the service was extremely slow, both with our server and speed of food being delivered. The ceviche was bland and needed seasoning. The beet salad was okay, nothing special. The best dish of...More

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed August 29, 2019

We were flying out of Medford airport and were looking for a nice place for dinner, that was not very formal. We found Elements and absolutely loved it. The food was very good, creative, as were the cocktails. The wine selection was very interesting, with...More

Date of visit: August 2019
Reviewed August 8, 2019

Elements offers a variety of tapas. Service is quick and the tapas are tasty. Traditional types of tapas are available - cold egg is very good, calamari is tasty.

Date of visit: July 2019
Reviewed July 9, 2019

Took family here from out of town.. spent 45 min waiting for our first tapas plate, came out and the bacon wrapped dates were totally overcooked. A few of them in a bowl. Next one came out about 15 minutes later, not good again. No...More

Date of visit: July 2019
Reviewed June 21, 2019 via mobile

We had an overnight stay in Medford and just lucked into finding Elements. The food was excellent with an amazing variety of flavors. The flash fried cauliflower with aioli was a wonderful surprise. The garlic saffron prawns are a must have. The light broth is...More

Date of visit: June 2019
Reviewed June 20, 2019 via mobile

I selected Elements Tapas Bar to go to for my birthday dinner with two good friends. I’d dined here for a good friend’s birthday dinner approx. 4 yrs ago and we were impressed. We arrived about 5:30, during Happy Hour. Friendly greeting at the door....More

Date of visit: June 2019
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I don’t want to eat with your dog or any other animal. It is a health issue. People are so into their individual rights. Your rights are cool when you are home but not in public!
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