We took off one day for an easy tour of one of the wine growing regions of Southern Oregon. We left Grants Pass Oregon and within 15 minutes were driving in the picturesque Applegate Valley. It was a warm early November day and we had set out to enjoy the Fall foliage. On a whim we stopped at the Troon Vineyard to sample some of their wines. The window behind the counter of the new tasting room gave us a view of a portion of their vinyard where clusters of dark purple grapes were still hanging. Jennifier was our sommelier and guided us through a sampling that included the usual varietals. The wines were all very good and I confessed to her that I had a weakness for blended wines. We tasted their wine called Druid's Fluid which the winery dubbed "Their great mistake". It was excellent with all the flavor of real wine and not the overpowering sweetness of a "pop" wine. We left with 10 bottles including a seasonal sweet wine that is served warmed. They had a beautiful garden where we might have enjoyed our wine but chose to take our bounty home and finish our Fall tour. It was a very wonderful trip.