As detail-oriented proprietors, Chris and Kathryn Hermann personally answer all client inquiries. See below for quick answers to our most frequent inquiries. If you have a question that is not answered below, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
00 Wines is not open to the public for tastings. If you are visiting the Willamette Valley, OR, USA and would like to procure our Willamette Valley wines, you may do so at Valley Wine Merchants in Newberg, the Carlton Winemaker's Studio in Carlton, or at local fine dining restaurants including Earth and Sea in Carlton, Bistro Maison in McMinnville, and The Joel Palmer House in Dayton.
Our French wines are unavailable for tasting.
Due to demand and rarity, our wines are available to purchase on allocation only. There is currently a waiting list to secure an allocation of 00 Wines. To join the wait list, please complete the form on the allocation page and Kathryn Hermann will be in contact with you.
SHIPPING AND STORAGE
00 Wines ships direct to most states in the USA, except where state laws prohibit us from doing so. We ship ground during the spring and the fall during acceptable wine shipping temperatures. We may be able to ship expedited 1st or 2nd day air for an extra charge.
We do not offer international shipping. To procure our wines outside of the US, please look for your country's 00 Wines importer on our Domestic and International Wholesale Contacts page.
00 Wines are handled and stored to rest safely in your personal wine collection for years to come. After bottling, all wines are stored in a temperature-controlled wine cellars in France and a temperature-controlled wine warehouse in Oregon, USA.
WINE AUCTION DONATIONS
00 Wines is unable to donate wine for non-profit fundraisers and events. The Hermann family has been involved in Willamette Valley non-profit fundraising for many years including ¡Salud! The Oregon Pinot Noir Auction to raise money for Willamette Valley vineyard worker healthcare, The Classic Wines Auction to raise money for Portland-metro non-profits serving families and children, the Portland Opera to fund rural access to live opera appreciation, and Metropolitan Family Service to fund pre-kindergarten education for metro Portland children.