Moises Wines

Moises Wines is located in the Willamette Valley of Oregon. We practice sustainable farming in the vineyard and minimal handling in the cellar – producing wines of depth, grace and character. 

Lebanon Trip

I had the opportunity in January to go back to my Lebanese heritage, visit our amazing winemakers we represent in New Orleans, and of course, taste some fantastic wines!

These are the barrel caves form some amazing Lebanese wines.

Chateau Kefraya is one of a kind! 


James Moises, 2016 Kingfish

Generous, durable and unflinching in character – the men of New Orleans who fit this archetype are known as Kingfish. James was honored as one of New Orleans Magazine's Kingfish 2016. 



“I am a native New Orleanian with Mid-City roots who combines wine, food, art and medicine in a unique way. Through Moises Wines and Krewe du Bizou Wines Imports and Distribution, I support many local non-profits, all trying to make the city healthier and more vibrant.”


Visit New Orleans Magazine to learn more about the Kingfish!

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Amazing Grapes benefit for the Hermann-Grima House,

Bizou Wines supplied more than 30 wines at the annual Amazing Grapes benefit for the Hermann-Grima House, while Founder & Owner, James Moises, poured. Reds, whites, roses and champagnes to fit any taste were paired well with the cuisine prepared by Broussard's, the neighbor of Hermann-Grima House. Both of their adjacent courtyards were open for the party on April 23.

Amazing Grapes

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Dr. James Moises on Moises Oregon Wine

Dr. James Moises leads the kind of double life that would challenge even the most ardent overachievers. Besides directing the emergency room at Ochsner Baptist Medical Center and teaching at Tulane and LSU's medical schools, Moises makes wine. This isn't some sort of backyard operation — he is a wine producer in Oregon's Willamette Valley, and it's a full-time, year-round occupation. Somehow, Moises manages to fit both his medical and wine-making careers into one schedule. He sees wine making as a complement to his duties as a physician and uses both occupations to encourage a healthy lifestyle.

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Just What the Doctor Ordered

Growing up in a close-knit family of six children, Dr. James Moises was introduced to festive family gatherings and social soirees at an early age. “My parents loved to entertain. They hosted dinner parties and gatherings regularly, so there were always lots of fabulous food and wine around. It’s a Lebanese thing … friends and family have always been a priority. Looking back, I guess that is where my interest in wine began. 

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