Brianne Day makes wine in Dundee, OR in a style and with a passion consistent with someone who has fallen in love with the process of making honest and expressive wines. She studied at Chemeketa Community College and worked in France, New Zealand and Argentina before becoming a wine-maker herself.
In 2012 Brianne built and opened a facility in Dundee where she hosts up and coming like minded vignerons who champion natural wine-making through native fermentation and minimal intervention. Her wines draw influence from her experience abroad and are made from organically Oregon-sourced grapes.
Day Wines partners with several responsible stewards of wine growing regions all over Oregon state--from the Rogue River Valley to the Applegate Valley to some of the most celebrated Willamette Valley vineyards close to their winery in Dundee. The diversity of location is matched only by the diversity of the grapes that grow there. From the lush Rogue to the Red Hills of Dundee, Chenin Blanc, Malbec, Tannat, Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc and Chardonnay all find their unique expression in the Day Winery.