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Military honored with discounts

The Delfinos welcome military visitors with a generous 25 percent discount on their wines. Photo credit: Marguerite Cleveland

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Southern Oregon Wine Country has many wineries that offer generous military discounts.

"I'm a proud patriot," said Wayne Parker, owner of Melrose Vineyards, when asked about the large flagpole flying the American flag at the entrance to his property.

Parker never served in the military, but he has always had a strong love for his country and the flag. Mention you are military when you come in -- sometimes he offers a 10 to 15 percent discount, and other times he gives a gift. Parker typifies the hardworking farmers and winemakers who love to give back to those serving in the Armed Forces.

Here is a list of vineyards in southern Oregon that offer military discounts. It includes those who responded to the request for information. Others in the area may offer a discount as well, so it never hurts to ask.

M. Serra Vineyards: 10 percent military discount. 222 Missouri Flat Rd., Grants Pass, 541.846.9223

Platt Anderson Cellars Urban Winery: 20 percent discount to military, law enforcement and their families; 357 E. Main St., just inside the Ashland Art Center, Ashland, 206.714.3345

Roxy Ann Winery: 15 percent military discount, 3283 Hillcrest Rd., Medford, 541.776.2315

Agate Ridge Vineyard: 10 percent military discount, 1098 Nick Young Rd., Eagle Point, 541.830.3050

Delfino Vineyards: 25 percent military discount, 3829 Colonial Rd., Roseburg, 541.673.7575

Wooldridge Creek Winery: 25 percent military discount, 818 Slagle Creek Rd., Grants Pass, 541.846.6364

Melrose Vineyards: Varies; ask, 885 Melqua Rd., Roseburg, 541.672.6080

Irvine & Roberts Vineyards: 15 percent military discount, 2113 Emigrant Creek Rd., Ashland, 541.482.9383

So when heading through southern Oregon, take the time to stop at some of these wineries.  With discounts like these, you can purchase an extra bottle or two.

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