The Rogue Grape is proud to announce that during these times of social distancing we want to bring wine to you! As ambassadors of Southern Oregon wines, we curate wine shipments of the finest wines from our diverse and flourishing region! For those of us who believe variety is the spice of life, The Rogue Grape is the perfect wine club for you. We offer free local delivery and affordable shipment options to meet your ever growing wine needs. Sign up today!
We are the perfect place to taste through the many wines of our diverse and flourishing region.
Welcome Southern Oregon Wine Country!
Southern Oregon's Rogue Valley lies between the Siskiyou Mountains and the Cascade Range, with the area drained by the Applegate River, the Illinois River, and Bear Creek. They are all tributaries of the larger Rogue River, which runs out into the Pacific Ocean. The great diversity of climate, topography, and soils in the Rouge Valley supports cultivation of warm- and cool- climate grape varieties. The very first vineyards in Oregon were planted over 150 years ago in the Rogue Valley. Jacksonville's Peter Britt is credited with testing over 200 types of grapes for suitability to Rogue Valley conditions, including varieties from Bordeaux, Burgundy, Alsace, Germany, and North America.
Courtesy of The Oregon Wine Board
"Wine is like an opera. You can enjoy it even if you do not understand it." - Anonymous
visit us at: 36 S Central ave medford, or 97501
call us at: 541-622-8622
Mon - Weds: 12-9 pm Thurs- Sat: 12-11 pm
What Our Clients Are Saying
"What a great wine bar! Huge selection of Rogue Valley wines, snacks, board games, wine maker dinners, and occasional live music. I love that you can taste such a wide variety of different local wines. The charcuterie plate is a must (that mustard - YUM!!!). The owners are knowledgeable and friendly. Definitely am going to make this my go to spot on the regular! - Lauren Wuscher
Beautiful spot for a date night in downtown Medford. Exceptional list of wine and the food is fantastic. - What to do in Southern Oregon