Ink cap mushroom with Covered Bridge

Transitions

Transitions are classically tough: moving, puberty, birth, death, changing schools, changing diets.  The end of one thing and the beginning of something new can mean a long arduous journey of learning how to get from point A to point B, or it can be an abrupt switch leaving us catching our breaths and not having… Read more »

cocktail

Once in a Blue Moon…

We celebrate rare beauty in life, things like blue moons, a 50 year old flowering cactus, a 1967 La Tâche Romanée-Conti.  And then there are not so rare beauties, but celebrated just the same: a nest of tiny bird eggs hiding in the vines, a bald eagle swooping overhead, the sound of the river burbling… Read more »

Harris Mill | Elam, Oregon | 1919

Timelessness

These timber mill workers and their families called Harris Valley home.  A tradition of farm life, industry, hard work and gratitude to the land continues at Harris Bridge Vineyard.  Our life is dependent on the dirt below our feet, the plants and animals surrounding us, and the sky and all it holds, above us.  As… Read more »

Inside Bridge

Looking ahead

Spring is here, daylight is beginning to extend its stay, and the vineyard is waking up from its winter nap. 2015 promises to be a remarkable year for Harris Bridge Vineyard.  As we look ahead we plan to begin construction on our farmhouse very soon and this will be a landmark in the history of… Read more »

mushroom

2015 Begins With Love

We are accustomed to hibernating a bit in the winter times.  We retreat to the cellar, ferment and age with the wines.  We find ourselves amused by smaller beauties like buds on vines, mushrooms hidden under a canopy of cathedral-like pines, and a would-be snowflake drifting through the gray skies.  And so our event-year takes… Read more »

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  • Ink cap mushroom with Covered Bridge

    Transitions

    Transitions are classically tough: moving, puberty, birth, death, changing schools, changing diets.  The end of one thing and the beginning of something new can mean a long arduous journey of learning how to get from point A to point B, or it can be an abrupt switch leaving us catching our breaths and not having… Read more »

  • cocktail

    Once in a Blue Moon…

    We celebrate rare beauty in life, things like blue moons, a 50 year old flowering cactus, a 1967 La Tâche Romanée-Conti.  And then there are not so rare beauties, but celebrated just the same: a nest of tiny bird eggs hiding in the vines, a bald eagle swooping overhead, the sound of the river burbling… Read more »

  • Harris Mill | Elam, Oregon | 1919

    Timelessness

    These timber mill workers and their families called Harris Valley home.  A tradition of farm life, industry, hard work and gratitude to the land continues at Harris Bridge Vineyard.  Our life is dependent on the dirt below our feet, the plants and animals surrounding us, and the sky and all it holds, above us.  As… Read more »

  • Inside Bridge

    Looking ahead

    Spring is here, daylight is beginning to extend its stay, and the vineyard is waking up from its winter nap. 2015 promises to be a remarkable year for Harris Bridge Vineyard.  As we look ahead we plan to begin construction on our farmhouse very soon and this will be a landmark in the history of… Read more »

  • mushroom

    2015 Begins With Love

    We are accustomed to hibernating a bit in the winter times.  We retreat to the cellar, ferment and age with the wines.  We find ourselves amused by smaller beauties like buds on vines, mushrooms hidden under a canopy of cathedral-like pines, and a would-be snowflake drifting through the gray skies.  And so our event-year takes… Read more »