Derived from the Constatin Brancusi quote, "Create like a God. Command like a King. Work like a Slave." Chris Jiron and Christine Collier are crafting soulful wines in Southern Oregon. Among the youngest winemakers in the state, the two are bringing new energy to the region while discovering their artistry by experimenting with varietals, blends and styles.

Recent Posts

The Oregonian Wine Pick!

Wine writer, Katherine Cole reviews 2009 Syrah - Tempranillo.

Rogue River Rafting and Wine Tour.

Join Chris and Christine for the 2nd annual trip down the Wild and Scenic Rogue River. July 2012.

Young Rogues in the Rogue Valley

Northwest Wine Anthem feature article.

Monday, May 14, 2012

Young Rogues in the Rogue Valley - Northwest Wine Anthem Feature

From the Northwest Wine Anthem:
Today on the Anthem, a pair of rogues in the Rogue Valley may just be making the region's most compelling wine. The first part of our Southern Oregon Wine focus for May is about God King Slave Wines.

Read the full article here!

We are so appreciate of such a flattering review of our wine and efforts. Clive has been such a great supporter and we feel incredibly fortunate to have impressed his palate.

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Favorable Tweets!

When tweets like this pop up in your feed, consider it a great day. And we did.
Thanks Clive - Northwest Wine Anthem.

A Look of What's to Come.

2011 Sauvignon Blanc. 

2010 Syrah - Tempranillo.

Saturday, April 7, 2012

Padrone Peppers and Sauvignon Blanc

Padron Peppers are possibly Chris's favorite food. They literally melt in your mouth with a small amount of salty heat and lingering pepper flavor. He was first introduced to them in Santa Fe at the incredible Spanish restaurant, La Boca, where his cousin worked as a chef. Since then he seeks out restaurants featuring them on their tapas menus (he was in heaven when we traveled to Spain), but unfortunately in Southern Oregon they are tough to come by. So, he is growing his own and preparing the seeds for germination today. We will have our first crop mid-Summer. 

Padron peppers are best enjoyed as an appetizer prepared very simply by cooking them in a hot olive oil coated pan and sprinkling with sea salt prior to serving. 

These beauties will pair nicely with our 2011 Sauvignon Blanc that has lively acidity, striking citrus and underlying gooseberry notes. The wine will be released May 1, 2012.