By Oregon Wine Press November 2022
"Bryn Mawr Vineyards 2020 Fender’s Rest Vineyard Pinot Noir, Van Duzer Corridor - A delightful nose of milk chocolate-covered blueberry, cherry and vanilla, the fresh scent of honeysuckle, some toasty oak and the nutty savoriness of Castelvetrano green olives. The aromas return on an indulgently rich palate with structured cocoa-dusted tannins and balanced, fresh acidity."
By International Wine Report November 2022
"92 Points - A delightful balance of a touch of wood, acidic fruits, and structural tension. The nose entices with browned butter, marzipan, white floral notes, green banana, and mineral. Balancing richness with puckering acidity tart lime is sweetened by a Meyer lemon top note and smoothed with toasted almond."
By A Blonde Vintage November 2022
"Bryn Mawr’s new tasting room boasts sweeping views of the Van Duzer corridor all the way to the Cascades and Oregon Coast Range, with rolling hills in-between. It’s simply breathtaking. They offer whites and pinks which are nervy, acid-driven, and refreshingly crisp even in the hottest of vintages, and reds which are bold, edgy, and dense. Their wines are easily some of the best in Oregon and it’s a hands on family affair, which is noticed in every detail, including the quality of their wines. Make sure to try the Rosè sparkling wine!"
By BRIDES September 2022
"As a culinary hub, Portland is one of those cities you can just eat your way through, which makes it one of the best west coast bachelorette destinations for foodies. ...Nearby Willamette Valley is an ideal day trip for wine tasting—especially Bryn Mawr Vineyards for its panoramic views of the Valley."
By PaulG On Wine September 2022
"Bryn Mawr 2020 Fender's Rest Vineyard Pinot Noir - This is a new vineyard for me, and the first time it's been made as a vineyard select for the winery. It's dark and lush with vibrant blackberry and boysenberry fruit. Winemaker Rachel Rose teases the more elegant aspects out around the potent core of fruit and acid and tannins. The barrel aging (25% new) adds a lovely toasty note resonating across the finish. Drink this now and over the next five years."
By Winerabble September 2022
"I was first struck by the abundant minerality and acidity in this Chardonnay. Mouth puckering tartness washed over my tongue– citrus flavors of lemons, lime, and lemon zest, along with wet stone. When I was a kid, I used to suck on lemons and this wine reminded me of the delight I used to get doing so! This Chardonnay had a clean, lemon-flavored ice milk finish that left me thirsty for my next sip."
By The Emerald Plate August 2022
"Bryn Mawr is a unique place to stay in Oregon because you’re nestled among rows of vineyards. This dog-friendly, modern apartment has a huge deck and a ton of windows overlooking the Willamette Valley. You’ll find two principal bedrooms with bathrooms, plus a gourmet kitchen perfect for cooking up a meal after a day of wine tasting."
By PaulG On Wine July 2022
"Bryn Mawr Vineyards 2021 Estate Riesling - I wish more wineries would print the dryness scale on the back label, as done here. It's not infallible, but gives consumers a good idea of the basic style of the wine. This is dry, a tick or two below medium dry on the scale. Just enough residual sugar to smooth over the penetrating acidity and add a hint of spun sugar. Big fruit is the focus, a lush mid-palate loaded with blood orange, gooseberry, apple and white peach. It's a juicy, refreshing wine that nails all the flavor points for a dry Oregon Riesling."
By Oregon Wine Press July 2022
"After a couple year hiatus, Drink Pink makes its return at a new location. Bryn Mawr Vineyards is hosting 22 Willamette Valley rosé producers at an outdoor festival-style tasting from noon to 4 p.m. on July 16. For serious rosé fans, VIP tickets include entry an hour earlier than the general public, as well as premium parking and reserved patio seating.
“Drink Pink [previously hosted at Patton Valley Vineyard] has celebrated summer in the Willamette Valley for years, and we’re honored to accept the proverbial baton,” said Bryn Mawr Vineyards’ co-owner, Jon Lauer. “We look forward to welcoming Drink Pink fans back for an event they look forward to, along with hosting an impressive roster of wineries, great local food trucks and live music.”
By The Oregonian June 2022
"Drink Pink at Bryn Mawr - With food, live music and 22 Willamette Valley wineries pouring rosé, Drink Pink at Bryn Mawr Vineyards will be ground zero for summertime refreshment. The wall-around style tasting event takes place on Bryn Mawr’s sprawling deck, with a view of surrounding vineyards and the Coast Range."