The most unique and captivating wine tasting experience we had in Oregon. The cave carries the theme of their Prayer Rock name. The ceilings are covered with Murals of Angels and other biblical characters. There are scriptural quotes throughout. You have to see to believe how exceptional the art is here. It reminded me of what I've seen in pictures of the Great Cathedrals of Europe. I found myself studying the beauty and message of the art like when I saw the great art displayed at the National Museum of Art in Washington D,C. We were at Reustle during the beginning of wine harvest and they were very busy preparing but The Reustle family still assigned someone to take care of us and were very friendly. We were taken to a banquet room in the cave and served the different varietals paired with food that was paired with each one. They were all excellent but we liked the Tempranillo the most. If you like wineries with unique character and personality this one stands out. Inspiring story of their beginnings,too bad the govt. wouldn't allow them to leave their chosen scripture on their corks. A little off the beaten path but beautiful rolling hills of grapevines as you drive in and well worth it.
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