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Madeline Henson
August 24, 2022 | Madeline Henson

Cheers to our Final Bottling of 2022!

Three days, eight wines, and 6,000 cases! Last week we completed our second and last bottling of 2022. There are some great wines coming to you soon!  Continue »



Anna Maria Giambanco DiPietro

Terroir Talk #3

In this ongoing series, we continually touch on terroir, which translates from French to “the taste of the place”. In this edition, let’s take a look at our 2019 Barrel Select Chardonnay.  Continue »

Anna Maria Giambanco DiPietro

Terroir Talk #2

Hawks View Winery is situated in the Laurelwood District, the newest federally approved American Viticultural Area. Nestled within the Chehalem Mountains in Willamette Valley, this AVA is notable for its distinctive soils. Food & Wine Magazine refers to the term “AVA” as “The most important wine acronym you need to know”, but what do these three letters stand for?  Continue »

Anna Maria Giambanco DiPietro

Terroir Talk #1

We hear the word terroir used a lot in the wine realm, but what’s it all about? Terroir is arguably the most fascinating and misunderstood component of winemaking and tasting. In our new “Terroir Talks” series, let’s dive in together, shall we?  Continue »


Madeline Henson
June 15, 2022 | Madeline Henson

A Taste of Tennessee from our Winemaker

Get summer-ready with the perfect recipe for your next cookout! Learn from Memphis native and Winemaker, Don Crank III, how to make this smoky and delicious dish.  Continue »

Anna Maria Giambanco DiPietro

The Whale 2017

The Whale is a substantial wine that’s perfect for sharing around the fire with friends and a tall tale. How do bold tannins, medium acid, and a velvety finish sound to you? Read on for a bit more on this dynamic duo.  Continue »



Madeline Henson
September 14, 2022 | Madeline Henson

Storing Your Hawks View Wine

While we take care of the aging process on-site in our best barrels and tanks for you to enjoy now, cellaring for future enjoyment is an exciting way to explore how our wines can age in the bottle. Additionally, you may find yourself with some extra bottles on hand and need to store them for a short period of time. However, certain environmental factors can negatively impact a wine's quality. Keep reading to learn more!  Continue »