Trium Wines

541.535.4015 triumwine@gmail.com

7112 Rapp Lane
Talent, Oregon

TASTING ROOM HOURS:

April & Oct
Thursday- Monday
11-5:30

May - Sept
Daily 11-5:30

Nov & Dec
Saturday Only 12-5

Other times by appointment.

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2015 New Wine Releases!

2010 Growers CuveeThe 2014 Pinot Gris and 2014 Viognier will be available June 1st- Preorder Now!

You can order it from our Wines page.

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New Article On Trium in the Mail Tribune

Trium is a classic example of a boutique winery

Trium Wines, owned by the Lotspeich family, is a textbook boutique winery. It produces only 600 to 1,000 cases of wine per year. It makes its wines under . . . read the full article.

Summer Update

Dustin has the vineyard ready to grow and we are off to a fast start this year. The pruning finished up in February, the brush pulling in March and we have frost protected several times -- looking forward to some warmer nights soon.

It is early in the season to predict the out come of the growing year, but this budbreak was 2 weeks ahead of the average for our site. The cooler days and nights have slowed growth a bit but we are still ahead of the usual dates. Will we harvest early? Too soon to say but come out and check with us as the season progresses.

Join the Lotspeich family in the quest for the best - Wine that is!

Welcome to Trium.  We are a small family owned and operated vineyard and winery.  When we planted our first grapes in 1990 we set out to produce the very best wine from site appropriate varieties.  That is still our dedication and focus.  Each season brings us new challenges and opportunities to create something special. 
Our dedication to quality encompasses farming in a responsible way with the lightest touch on the earth and respect for our neighbors and the next generations to have the guardianship of our hillside. We are fortunate to have a wonderful site with excellent soil and an amazing view of the Rogue Valley. Read more . . .