Several unplanted fields at Barking Dog are currently being cleared of invasive Himalayan Blackberries. This fall, they will be seeded with indigenous wildflowers to enhance biodiversity and better support the area’s pollinators next spring. As the Willamette Valley wine community grows, it is creating a monoculture in which pollinators are under increasing pressure to find sources of nectar throughout the growing season. By planting a variety of flowers that bloom at different times, vineyards can
Barking Dog is pleased to announce that Rover’s Retreat Dog Rescue has joined our Give Back program. The rescue is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization (EIN: 47-2021245) staffed only by volunteers that are dedicated to rehoming dogs in need. Learn more at www.roversretreat.org.
Barking Dog bottled 293 cases of full-bodied, dry Rosé on March 28, 2023 and is please to announce that they are now available for purchase on our website. Harvested in mid-October ‘22, the cuvee of 667, 777 and Wädenswil clones was barreled primarily in medium toast oak for four + months, the rest in steel tanks, to produce a wine that is crisp, refreshing with flavors of red berries, citrus, and a hint of spice