We believe that the “essence” of truly great wine begins and ends in the vineyard. We chose the name, Tendril, because it is an integral part of the grape vine itself. This humble yet visually appealing curly “appendage” is how the young shoots attach to the trellis and pull themselves up. Without tendrils, the shoots would simply crawl along the ground. And the grapes would perish long before ripening. An annual and all-encompassing pursuit, the name Tendril honors the grapevine, the foundation for all truly great wine.
The Coolest New Thing in Wine: A Five-Course Pinot Noir Tasting Experience
“Oregon winemaker Tony Rynders likes to make wines that both surprise and delight people… he is doing just that and a good bit more. By the numbers along Rynders ranks as one of Oregon’s most highly acclaimed winemakers.” – Katie Kelly Bell, August 14, 2017