Shore Lunch



Natural wines. Low intervention wines. Grapes that are grown with intention on land that is loved. Taking those grapes and making real wine from them. Not always knowing how that wine will turn out. Striving to do the best we can for us, for you and for the communities that surround us. Pulling corks. Pouring glasses. Making new friends and keeping up with old ones. Finding the porch that’s in our heart and sitting on it for a good, long while.

As a special thank you to Nate P. and the Shorelunch crew, the marigny would like to offer all mutual lovers, supporters, and frenemies a very special 10% off their first shipment of beautiful wines from the marigny!

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  • bon appétit
    "I’m going to go ahead and say that The Marigny Carbonic Pinot Noir was the best thing I drank this year. This is juice box wine par excellence, zingy and gluggable like a cold glass of cherry cola. It was all I wanted to have at my wedding. [...] I get weepy thinking about it."
  • delish magazine
    The 21 Best Pinot Noirs, According To Chefs And Sommeliers." I love this light, juicy pinot from Oregon's cult-favorite The Marigny. Winemaker Andy Young uses a technique called 'carbonic maceration,' which imparts the wine with a youthful, fruity energy."
  • Food & Wine Magazine
    "Produced from water and Pinot Gris juice, this skin-contact piquette [The Marigny Piquette 'Wine Like Beverage] is loaded with flavors of watermelon, crushed raspberries, and red Jolly Ranchers. At just 4.2% ABV, we implore you to spring for that second pour."
  • The Oregonian
    "I declare winemaker Andy Young’s tangerine-colored Pinot Gris to be the official picnic blanket wine of the summer of 2022. It is frisky and fun, with aromas and flavors of white peaches, apricots, orange zest, ginger and a wee bit of the salinity of a fresh-shucked oyster."
  • Portland Monthly Magazine
    The Top Ten Oregon Rosés of Summer. “A naturally made Pinot Noir that hits all the things you want from Rosé, but kicks up the acid times five. So you’re getting something that’s really refreshing, with a good citrusy minerality that’s moving towards a touch creamy.”
  • Goop
    Everything You Need to Know about Natural, Organic, and Biodynamic Wines.
    "Andy Young now makes some of Oregon’s most playful and crushable wine, with excellent packaging to boot."