Things We Resist (Blog)

One of the first questions we get about Resistance Wine Company is – What are you resisting?

We’re glad you asked!

We want to make (and drink) amazingly good wine and not cringe about what is in it or how it is made.  We resist winemaking practices that sacrifice quality in the name of quantity or profit margin. Look for more from us in the future about how our wine is – and isn’t – grown, made and packaged.

So Many Reasons to Drink Local Wine

This month, we’re celebrating the rollout of our first two vintages in the Date Night stimulus Kit. The kit contains some of our favorite goods from local business such as Rogue Valley Roasting Co., Mix Bakeshop, Huizache Creamery, Jacklily Floral, Vintner’s Kitchen, Alchemy Restaurant, and Winchester Inn. Local goodies are incredible, and we like to […]

Best Ways to Drink with Friends During Quarantine

The COVID-19 pandemic has really, really bummed us all out. People’s health and wellness are at risk, businesses are closing, and there’s no real end in sight. Believe us—we Google it every day, and the stats are depressing. To make matters worse, proper social distancing means that we can’t even see our friends anymore. Or […]

What’s so special about Resistance Wine?

And why does it cost more than the wine at Trader Joe’s? Resistance Wine costs more than big-box store wine because it is not industrially produced. That is, we do not take the shortcuts required to make enough wine to fill grocery store shelves across the country. We think this results in wine that tastes […]

Where is the Rogue Valley?

And why is Resistance Wine made there? The Rogue Valley is an American Viticultural Area (AVA) in Southern Oregon, just north of California. It is bordered by the Siskiyou Mountains and the Cascade Range, both of which protect it from extreme weather. The first vineyard in the Rogue Valley was planted in 1968, but the […]