Dauntless Wine Cø. was founded by three Iraq war combat veterans - two Marines and one Corpsman. After years of service, the three founders felt that more could be done for the veteran community.
But why wine?
Winemakers agree that great wine is made in the vineyard, which at its heart is one of man's oldest agricultural crops. It is well known that Roman Legionaries expanded viticulture throughout Europe to supply the Legion with wine, vinegar, and posca. Soldiering and farming have been intertwined for millennia because both require hard work and attention to detail; while tending the land is perhaps one of the oldest methods of post-war therapy. Wine just happens to be the reward for dedicating ourselves to one of Earth's greatest gifts - the grape.Read More
2003 Main, Forest Grove, OR, 97116
Wed: 4-8pm / Thu-Fri: 4-7pm
Masks required until seated. Outdoor seating available. Bottle sales, to-go orders, and contactless pick up availableDirections
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