written by Carrie Wynkoop of Cellar 503
J. Scott Cellars is part of the burgeoning urban winery scene in Eugene, with a facility in an industrial park on the outskirts of town. The brick-and-mortar location is a nice step in J. Scott’s evolution.
Without a personal fortune to sink into wine, he’s bootstrapped his way up, starting with a production of just 100 cases—now closing in on 2,000.
We are excited to feature this wine in our March selection highlighting urban wineries outside of Portland.
Join the 1859 Wine Club to explore more Oregon wines at 1859magazine.com/wineclub
Father's Day gifts from the PNW—sustainable, local and well made.
Across the region, theater companies are making masks, distillers are bottling hand sanitizer, restaurants are…
written by Cathy Carroll IN A DOME built into a hillside, a round skylight at…