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About The Winery

Resistance Wine Company focuses on small, sustainably-farmed vineyards and small batch, minimally invasive wines personally tended throughout the vinification process. We resist industrial-scale winemaking and wines. We’re confident that the extra care we put into each bottle is reflected in the taste and experience.

– Kimberly and Kirk Drake


Featured Wines

Our 2019 Rosé is dry and crisp, with notes of blood orange, cranberry and honeysuckle. Its high acidity makes it food-friendly. Read on for more details about this wine!

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The 2017 Syrah is our inaugural wine. Coming from the Paradox Vineyard located in hot dry Southern Oregon, this wine is a a French style syrah that has hints of oak, drinks well and complements a great meal. Taste the blackberry earthy fruit forward syrah!

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Our 2018 Syrah was harvested by hand and sorted by cluster and berry before beginning fermentation in a whole-berry state. The product of a hot growing season, this wine shows off ripe raspberry and black cherry flavors, sweet vanilla and allspice, soft tannins, and a lingering finish.

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Our 2020 Rosé is dry and crisp, similar to the 2019 Rosé, with some wonderful differences you will appreciate if you loved our 2019 Rosé as much as we do.

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Join the Resistance (Blog)

One of the first questions we get about Resistance Wine Company is – What are you resisting?

We’re glad you asked!

We want to make (and drink) amazingly good wine and not cringe about what is in it or how it is made.  We resist winemaking practices that sacrifice quality in the name of quantity or profit margin. Look for more from us in the future about how our wine is – and isn’t – grown, made and packaged.

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January 29, 2021 | Resistance Wine Company

The Valleys of Oregon Wine: Willamette, Rogue, and more

There’s nothing flat about West Coast wine. California and Oregon wine country is characterized by mountains and valleys that keep our microclimates interesting. Napa Valley may be the USA’s most famous wine region and the Willamette Valley is Oregon’s… so far. Oregon is so much more than just Pinot Noir. Read on to discover what you should drink from where.  Continue »

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September 14, 2020 | Resistance Wine Company

So Many Reasons to Drink Local Wine

The Rogue Valley produces truly premium wine, which should be reason enough to drink local. But if you need more reasons, noodle on these...  Continue »