More About O'Reilly's Winery
O'Reilly's Pinot noir, Chardonnay, Pinot gris, and Chardonnay
O'Reilly's Pinot noir is the flagship of the "good value" label of Owen Roe Winery. O'Reilly's wines are made from juice that does not quite fit the recipe for the spectacular Owen Roe wines, and are very reasonably priced. O'Reilly's Pinot noir offers quality usually associated with wines selling for $25+, and many of Avalon's customers purchase O'Reilly's wines for weddings, for corporate gifts, or just for everyday drinking at everyday prices but with much more than everyday flavors.
O'Reilly's is one of several wine labels produced by Owen Roe Winery.
Owen Roe makes a small amount of very highly rated wines under the Owen Roe label, featuring hand pulled etchings of original photographs as the labels.
The best value, highly recommended Sharecropper's Pinot noir is O'Reilly's big brother. Sharecropper's Pinot noir is only a few dollars more than the O'Reilly's Pinot noir, and offers a bigger, more massive style than the O'Reilly's. Made in smaller amounts than the O'Reilly's, the Sharecropper's is possibly an even bigger bargain than the O'Reilly's.
Murphy's Law Red and Rose are also made by Owen Roe and are a line of good value Northwest wines. Murphy's Law Red is a blend of Rhone varietals grown in Washington State. Murphy's Law Rose is also a blend of Rhone varietals, with Grenache the dominant grape.
Owen Roe, the "big brother" winery to O'Reilly's, is know for their 90+ point Pinot noir, Syrah, and Dubrul Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Owen Roe also offers small amounts of very reasonably priced Abbot's Table Red Blend, Owen Roe "Sinister Hand" Red, a Rhone style wine, and Ex Umbris Syrah.
Below, David O'Reilly, climbing the barrel rack to grab a taste out of a barrel of 2003 Cabernet, March 2004.