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Moises Wines is a reflection of my celebrated Lebanese heritage. Known as one of the oldest wine producing regions in the world, the ancient Phoenicians of Lebanon were influential for setting the standards with viticultural and enology traditions. We continue to have a strong philosophy with the same ideology here in the Willamette Valley – practicing sustainable farming in the vineyard and minimal handling in the cellar – producing wines of depth, grace and character. We hope you enjoy our wines with your friends and family.

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Sat, 21 November 2015

Vineaux on the Bayou.

Benefiting the Mid-City Business Association $35 per person in advance $75 VIP Lounge What is sure to be a new favorite wine event here in New Orleans, Vineaux on da Bayou will be a first of its kind wine tasting in the city. Small production wines from around the world will be showcased by local distributors. The event will take place inside Pearl Wine Co. and the section of the American Can parking lot where the Crescent City Farmer’s Market is held each Thursday.

Thu, 21 November 2013

2013 Beaujolais Festival

Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the FACC-GC, join us Thursday November 21, 2013 7:00-10:00 PM at the J.W. Marriott New Orleans for the 2013 Beaujolais Festival! Excellent cuisine, entertainment, and we'll be pouring Moises wines! For more information:

Mon, 28 September 2009

Wine & Crab Taste Off

Join us for a day of wine from the Willamette Valley matched with crab dishes specially prepared by local chefs. Buy a ticket for $49 and you will get the opportunity to taste two crab selections at two restaurants and wine tasting at all four restaurants! If you would like to taste crab at more than two locations the cost is $16 per additional restaurant. After tasting each crab dish, you get to vote for your favorite! Attendees also have the opportunity to purchase local wines at great prices. Come taste the fabulous wines and crab with us!

Fri, 11 July 2008

Picking Grapes

Join winemaker James Moises at his Willamette Valley vineyard for a fun day of grape picking and wine tasting!



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  • Mr. John’s Steakhouse
  • Muriel’s Restaurant
  • St. James Cheese Company
  • Vega Tapas Cafe
  • Oak Bistro and Wine Bar
  • Bayona Restaurant
  • Galatoire’s Restaurant
  • La Petite Grocery
  • Antoine’s Restuarant
  • GW Fins
  • Patrick’s Bar Vin
  • Mr. B’s
  • Irene’s
  • Dickie Brennan’s Steakhouse
  • Mosca’s
  • Redemption
  • Broussard’s
  • Byblos Metairie
  • Carrollton Market
  • Cava
  • Clancy’s
  • Delachaise
  • Salu
  • Silk Road
  • Superior Seafood
  • Tableau
  • Tujague’s
  • Ralphs on the Park
  • Andrea’s
  • Le Foret Restaurant
  • Vincents Restaurant
  • Second Vine
  • Savuer
  • Restaurant August
  • Red Fish Grill Restaurant


  • Swirl Wines
  • Dorignacs
  • Martin Wine Cellar
  • Hopper’s Wines
  • Aquistapace Market
  • Pearl Wine Co.
  • Bin 428
  • Champagne’s Market
  • Cuban Liquors
  • Elio’s
  • The Wine Seller
  • Vieux Carre Wine and Spirits
  • Brady’s Wine Warehouse
  • Elio’s Wine Warehouse
  • Maxwells



  • Tue, 9 June 2015

    Grilled Salmon Paired with Moises Wahle Vineyards Yamhill Carlton Pinot Noir

    I went for a classic pairing here for the Moises Pinot Noir (yes, red wines can pair with fish!) and kept the marinade as something that would compliment the wine and let it really shine.

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  • Tue, 8 April 2014

    Tasting at Swirl to pair Moises Wines with Blue Dot Donuts

    A doctor who makes wine and a cop who makes donuts are combining their culinary skills for a tasting that matches pinots with the ever-popular fried treats. Blue Dot donut-makers worked with New Orleans winemaker Dr. James Moises, recruiting help from local chefs and St. James Cheese Company, to create and pair specialty donuts with Moises’ boutique wines.

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  • Mon, 17 June 2013

    Interview: Dr. James Moises Winemaker, Moises Vineyard & Wines

    New Orleans native James Moises is a physician and professor of emergency medicine at Tulane University School of Medicine. In 2002, he began making wine in Oregon's Willamette Valley with his medical school classmate Mark Wahle, whose family has vineyards in that region. The first vintage was released in 2009. Today, Moises Vineyard & Wines ( is a small boutique winery, producing about 400 cases a year. Most of it is pinot noir, and practically all of it is sold at shops and restaurants in the New Orleans area. Later this summer, the winery will release its latest vintages, including a new pinot gris.

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  • Mon, 27 August 2012

    St. James hosts vertical tasting of Moises wines

    On Wednesday, September 5, St. James Cheese Company will hold a vertical tasting of the 2006 through 2010 vintages of Moises' pinot noir. "I'm anxious to see how they all pair up," Moises said. All of Moises' pinot noirs are single vineyard. The grapes are harvested from the same 10 to 15 rows in Oregon. The technique for making the wines hasn't changed. The wines are aged in oak for 10 months and then bottled. What makes each vintage unique is the weather.

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  • Tue, 21 August 2012

    Local Winemaker James Moises to Host Wine Events at Swirl and St. James Cheese Company

    Local winemaker, Dr. James Moises, will host a Vertical Pinot Noir Tasting on Wednesday, September 5 at St. James Cheese Company. Guests will explore five years (from 2006 through 2010) of Moises Pinot Noir, paired with artisan cheese and discuss the variations from vintage to vintage.

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  • Tue, 14 February 2012

    When he’s not saving lives, doctor is making wine

    There's another side to this doctor's world. From the adrenaline rush of life-saving work in the emergency room to a life of patience and serenity in a small valley in Oregon, Moises is also a wine maker -- and not with a kit in the kitchen either. He has 40 acres in Oregon's prestigious Willamette Valley, where he's produced four different pinot noirs.

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  • Sat, 4 December 2010

    James Moises with Sophie Gayot of

    Winemaker James Moises discussing with Sophie Gayot of and Poppy Tooker about his Pinot Noir wines during Dine America's Night Out for Gulf Seafood opening ceremony in the streets of New Orleans on December 1st 2010.

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  • Wed, 1 December 2010

    James Moises, Moises Wines—Sophie Gayot of

    Winemaker James Moises discussing with Sophie Gayot of and Poppy Tooker about his Pinot Noir wines during Dine America's Night Out for Gulf Seafood opening ceremony in the streets of New Orleans on December 1st 2010.

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  • Wed, 1 December 2010


    New Orleans doctors James Moises and Nicolas Bazan discuss the health benefits of wine.

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  • Mon, 14 September 2009

    Just What the Doctor Ordered

    While Moises is “loving life in the wine world,” his physician alter ego is still quite apparent. “Winemaking is about half science and half art. It’s chemistry. Wine is a living thing, so there are certain steps you have to take to make sure the wine continues to grow and mature in the right direction. The art part is what the winemaker adds to it to give it its unique flavor—what each winemaker does differently. It’s his or her thumbprint,” he says.

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  • Sun, 9 August 2009

    Moises Wines; Driven by Passion, Heart and Healing

    Born and raised in New Orleans, Jesuit and LSU graduate, ER doctor and professor, Dr. James Moises is a busy man. Somehow between working in the ERs of both Tulane and Baptist, and teaching, he is finding time to follow his other passion, making wine.

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