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This 70 acre property is located 2 miles east of the historic town of Carlton. The vineyard and winery are on one of the oldest farms in Yamhill County, the heart of Oregon's wine country. The vineyard site rises from 240' to 500' with south, south-east, and south-west exposures. The first vineyard was planted in 1994, and now includes 16 acres of Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, and Chardonnay.

Their vineyards are supplemented with high quality fruit from carefully selected Yamhill County vineyards.

Winery is open on Memorial Day and Thanksgiving Weekends, and at other times by appointment.

Location: 12470 NE Rowland Road, Carlton Oregon 97111 Telephone 503-852-9500 Fax 503-852-6977

Other Wine Regions of Oregon nearby:
(Gaston) ADEA Wine Company
(Amity) Amity Vineyards
(Carlton) Anne Amie
(Dundee) Argyle
(Newberg) Autumn Wind Vineyards
(Carlton) Belle Pente Wine Cellars


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