Throughout 2021, Sokol Blosser Winery is celebrating 50 years of growing grapes and making signature Willamette Valley wines. Founded by Bill and Susan Sokol Blosser, the company now is under the second-generation leadership of their daughter Alison and son Alex as chief executive officer and head winemaker, respectively. In celebration of this golden milestone, the family owned winery offered a one-day 1970s flash sale on Feb. 2, selling its 2018 Redland Estate Cuvée Pinot Noir on its website for $6.75 for 750-ml bottle, the same price as the winery's first vintage of Pinot Noir in 1977. The winery also is marking 50 years with an exclusive anniversary bottling of 2018 Old Vineyard Block Dundee Hills Pinot Noir featuring a retro label that evokes the brand’s original 1970s label design and shape. When it’s safe to reopen the tasting room, guests will be invited to step back to the ‘70s with 50th Anniversary flights featuring family favorites and library wines, along with special surprises for guests who arrive in '70s cars or are celebrating 50th milestones of their own.
Sokol Blosser Winery celebrates 50th Anniversary
Year-long celebration features new labeling design for Pinot Noir, anniversary flights
February 1, 2021