1. 14 Hands

    14 Hands

    (Prosser, WA)

    The inspiration for 14 Hands draws from the legendary wild horses that once roamed eastern Washington. These horses – which measured 14 hands tall – were celebrated for their power, strength and tenacity. The unique and beautiful landscape that gave the horses their spirit and tenacity now feeds our vines. With loamy sand and gravel soils, these hills require a strong and determined grapevine, and our 14 Hands vines revel in this world class terroir. With the fruit from these hardy vines, our winemaker crafts big, fruit-forward reds and crisp, juicy whites that honor the legend of the region.

  2. Adelsheim Vineyard

    Adelsheim Vineyard

    (Newberg, OR)

    Adelsheim Vineyard was founded in 1971 and is one of Oregon’s few pioneering wineries that is still locally owned. Our mission is to create remarkable wines that are a centerpiece of conversation, wines that connect people to the spirit and beauty of Oregon. We were the first winery established in the Willamette Valley’s Chehalem Mountains. Our longstanding commitment to this region is reflected in our LIVE certified sustainable wines, made in homage to the natural characteristics of the land. We open our doors 360 days per year to wine lovers seeking a uniquely Oregon experience.

  3. Alit Wines

    Alit Wines

    (Dundee, OR)

    We’re a small team of passionate, Dundee-based winemakers who believe there’s a world of difference between organic, naturally-made, principled wine and the other stuff. Our goal is to bring you closer to the story of our wine, the people who make it and the place that it comes from, so we’re fully transparent about our winemaking costs and philosophies. And we only sell direct-to-your-doorstep —no middlemen, no mark-ups, no snobbery.

  4. Anne Amie Vineyards

    Anne Amie Vineyards

    (Carlton, OR)

    Pinot reigns supreme at Anne Amie Vineyards with Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Pinot Blanc forming the heart of our production. Complementing the pinot family is Old-Vine Estate Riesling and Müller Thurgau, planted in 1979. Our vineyards are located in the rolling hills of the Yamhill-Carlton District and on the steep hillsides of the Chehalem Mountains, both nestled in Oregon’s verdant Willamette Valley. Our tasting room hosts breathtaking views of our vineyards and the Pacific Coast Range. We look forward to your visit.

  5. Appolloni


    (Forest Grove, OR)

    Apolloni Vineyards specializes in the production of premium Pinot Noir and traditional, Italian-style wines. Our certified sustainable vineyard and winery is situated in the Northern Willamette Valley, just 25 miles west of downtown Portland. Our vineyards include Pinot Noir, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris and Chardonnay, along with an acre of Sangiovese and Nebbiolo. The Apolloni family winemaking dates back 150 years, with vineyards originally in Italy. The wines of Apolloni Vineyards represent the best of old world Italian tradition, brought to the soil of Oregon. Owner/Winemaker Alfredo Apolloni, his wife Laurine and their three children share in this family adventure.

  6. Archery Summit

    Archery Summit

    (Dayton, OR)

    Since its inception in 1993, Archery Summit has been devoted to crafting exceptional Pinot Noir from its 120 acres across six estate vineyards. Inspired by the remarkable growing conditions provided by the Willamette Valley, their team approaches each step of the winemaking process with particular thoughtfulness and care. Over the past twenty years Archery Summit has developed an international reputation for producing wines among the finest and most luxurious of New World Pinot Noir.

  7. Artisanal Wine Cellars

    Artisanal Wine Cellars

    (Newberg, OR)

    Established in 2005, Artisanal is a small family winery specializing in gently processed small batch Oregon wines, using minimal handling and natural processes wherever possible. By using simple wine making methods, our goal is to capture the essence of each of the Oregon vineyards we work with, emphasizing the unique soils and microclimates of the Willamette Valley. With Artisanal, you can take your palate on a true taste-tour of Oregon.

  8. Beaujolais Wines

    Beaujolais Wines


    Located north of Lyon in eastern France, Beaujolais overlaps Burgundy in the north and Rhône in the south. The picturesque Beaujolais vineyards run along the Saône River, where winemakers have crafted deliciously supple and fruity wines since the days of Ancient Rome. The spirited wines of Beaujolais are born of handpicked grapes that are vatted whole, using winemaking methods unique to the region. While Beaujolais does produce a small amount of whites and rosés, the region is best known for its versatile reds. Lighter in body than most, the Beaujolais reds are sometimes served slightly chilled, making them as popular in the warmer months as they are during the winter.

  9. Brooks Wines

    Brooks Wines

    (Amity, OR)

    Brooks is the living legacy of Jimi Brooks, a visionary Portland native who came to wine through his passion for history and philosophy. While Jimi is no longer with us, his strong commitment to biodynamic farming, his gentle approach to winemaking and his excitement for Riesling and Pinot Noir live on through Brooks’ wines and its team. Jimi’s son Pascal is the sole owner of the winery; Jimi’s sister Janie Brooks Heuck has volunteered her time to lead it; and Jimi’s longtime friend and winemaking accomplice, Chris Williams, continues to make Brooks’ wines. Brooks farms twenty acres in the Eola-Amity Hills, a sub-region of the Willamette Valley characterized by higher altitudes and cooling ocean winds that blow through the Van Duzer Corridor. Employing biodynamic farming practices since 2002–and certified Biodynamic by Demeter since 2014–the winery is reintroducing native plants in insectary and medicinal herb gardens for biodynamic preparations and compost teas. In addition to Brooks’ estate vineyard, winemaker Chris Williams works with a number of family growers throughout the region and in the Columbia Gorge, respecting the individuality of each site and showcasing the strengths of each vineyard through small lot fermentations and masterful blending.

  10. Browne Family Vineyards

    Browne Family Vineyards

    (Walla Walla, WA)

    Launched with its first vintage in 2005 in Walla Walla, Washington, Andrew Browne of Browne Family Vineyards  was inspired by the greatness of one man—his grandfather, a war hero and Nazi hunter, William Bitner Browne. Integrity and excellence are the standards upon which Browne wines are created. This is premium Washington wine, made with the utmost quality and enjoyment in mind. Known primarily for Cabernet Sauvignon, a Bordeaux red blend and Chardonnay, Browne Family has expanded to nine varieties sourced from the legacy vineyards of five distinctive viticultural areas within the Columbia Valley. Each year’s limited production brings a fresh opportunity to raise the bar. More than 30 critical scores of 90 points or higher set the bar for excellence.

  11. Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte

    Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte

    (Chouilly, France)

    Founded just over 30 years ago by visionary entrepreneur Nicolas Feuillatte, the company has quickly grown to the #1 Champagne brand in France and the #3 Champagne brand worldwide.

  12. Chehalem Winery

    Chehalem Winery

    (Newberg, OR)

    Chehalem Winery boasts a rich history of innovation, sustainability and exceptional wines. Founder, Harry Peterson-Nedry, pioneered grape growing in the prestigious soils of Ribbon Ridge in the early 1980s. Chehalem now sources estate fruit from three distinctive Willamette Valley AVAs and has second-generation winemaker, Wynne Peterson-Nedry, at the helm of production. This Oregon wine original is known for its single-vineyard Pinots and its progressive approach to Willamette whites. At Chehalem, it’s about the wine.

  13. Columbia Crest

    Columbia Crest

    (Paterson WA)

    Founded in 1983, Columbia Crest has grown from a small winery in a relatively unknown wine region to one of the most significant wineries in the U.S. and a major force behind Washington State’s emergence as a world-class wine region. Year after year, the winery maintains its commitment to quality, heritage and innovation in grape growing and winemaking to craft wines that meet the highest expectations. From the thousands of barrels of Grand Estates wines that are hand-stirred weekly, to the Reserve wines that are made in the Petit Chai, a separate “winery within the winery,” Columbia Crest produces wines that continue to over deliver for the price. In 2009, Wine Spectator magazine named the Columbia Crest 2005 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon the No. 1 Wine in the World on its Top 100 list, the first time a wine from Washington State has received the ranking. Columbia Crest is also proud to have produced today more 90 point bottles than any other U.S. winery (according to Wine Spectator data).

  14. Cristom Vineyards

    Cristom Vineyards

    (Salem, OR)

    Cristom Vineyards began a quarter of a century ago as a collaboration between three men: an engineer, a biochemist, and a farmer, who each possessed a deep-rooted respect for the land, the natural winemaking process, and Pinot Noir. 25 years later, second-generation owner and winegrower Tom Gerrie leads winemaker Steve Doerner and vineyard manager Mark Feltz in tending our estate vineyards and crafting elegant, dynamic wines.

  15. Dobbes Family Estate

    Dobbes Family Estate

    (Dundee, OR)

    Let the grapes speak. Our job is to bring forth all of the flavors, textures, colors and aromas that the fruit is eager to share with the objective of producing wines true to their varietal character, showing as much depth, elegance, opulence and balance as possible.

  16. Domaine Drouhin Oregon

    Domaine Drouhin Oregon

    (Dundee, OR)

    Established in 1987, Domaine Drouhin Oregon is owned by the Drouhin Family of Burgundy (Maison Joseph Drouhin). Fourth-generation winemaker Véronique Drouhin-Boss produces wines of distinction, balance, elegance and longevity. Philippe Drouhin, who oversees the family vineyards in Burgundy and Oregon, is responsible for the 225-acre estate. Today, 124 acres are under vine and are certified sustainable by L.I.V.E. The family’s principled approach to viticulture and winemaking, and long experience with Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, have earned an international reputation for excellence.  In 2013, the Drouhins purchased the Roserock vineyard in the Eola-Amity Hills, and have just released the first wines from the new estate.

  17. Domaine Ste. Michelle

    Domaine Ste. Michelle

    (Paterson, WA)

    Domaine Ste. Michelle defines American sparkling wine – with a distinctive Washington state style and a classic new look. Traditional varietal grapes such as Pinot Noir and Chardonnay blend to create sparkling wines the way they were meant to be created, traditional Méthode Champenoise. Domaine Ste. Michelle sparkling wines have delicate fruit flavors and lively acidity, perfect fit for any occasion. Our family of sparkling wines offers a range of styles from easy elegance with our dry (Brut) to a kiss of sweetness with our (Extra Dry). Approachable style and flavor marks Domaine Ste. Michelle as a premium quality sparkling wine that offers a unique and exceptional value – a true celebration of style.

  18. Elizabeth Chambers Cellar

    Elizabeth Chambers Cellar

    (McMinnville, OR)

    Elizabeth Chambers Cellar is a quintessential Oregon winery specializing in Pinot Noir from the Willamette Valley.  The winery was founded in 2013 by Liz Chambers, a 3rd generation Oregonian whose family was one of the pioneers of winemaking in the state. Winemaker Michael Stevenson sources grapes from local growers to craft elegant Pinot Noirs that respect the distinct character of each vintage without excessive manipulation. The winery is housed in McMinnville’s historic power plant building, located a couple blocks from Third Street and just steps from the Granary District. The spacious winery was renovated in 2014 and maintains its industrial McMinnville character with options for tasting at the bar or relaxing with a glass on the patio. Visitors can taste a Wine Enthusiast 92-point signature blend and the single vineyard collection that is developed with leading growers such as Freedom Hill, Temperance Hill, and Shea vineyards.

  19. Erath


    (Dundee, OR)

    Erath wines are an expression of the land that the winery has cultivated for more than 40 years, longer than any other winery in the Dundee Hills of Oregon. The red, iron-rich Jory soils, combined with gentile breezes and warming sunshine of a marine climate have given rise to the handcrafting phenomenon, and the Art of Pinot. In its fifth decade of winemaking, Erath embraces its leadership role in producing extraordinary Oregon Wines. Regardless of season, regardless of year, Erath is a place for Pinot discovery.

  20. Goodfellow Family Cellars

    Goodfellow Family Cellars

    (McMinnville, OR)

    Believe in the vines. Have faith in tradition. Imagine possibilities. Love what you do. Based in McMinnville, Oregon, Goodfellow Family Cellars is operated by Marcus Goodfellow and Gaironn Poole. Combining 29 years of experience with Oregon wine and core values of honesty, passion, and connection, they are our foundation. Producing small-lot wines from non-irrigated, distinctive, consciously farmed sites in the Willamette Valley gives us the pride of crafting the unique. To that end we are lucky to work with amazing people who share our vision as farmers to grow fruit that best captures the singular nature of each site.

  21. Gruet Winery

    Gruet Winery

    (Albuquerque, NM)

    Founded in 1984, Gruet Winery specializes in Methode Champenoise sparkling wines. Family owned and run, the New Mexico-based winery produces Pinot Noir and Chardonnay-based sparkling wines and a small collection of still wines, with roots originating from Gilbert Gruet’s Champagne house in Bethon, France. More than 25 vintages since its beginnings in New Mexico, Gruet Winery has achieved unprecedented acclaim and remains a favorite of the nation’s top sommeliers. Today, winemaker Laurent Gruet and his assistant winemaker, nephew Sofian Himeur (son of Nathalie Gruet) continue the legacy that began in France.  Never deviating from the traditional methods passed along from Gilbert Gruet, the winery has galvanized its place as one of America’s top sparkling wineries.

  22. Hazelfern Cellars

    Hazelfern Cellars

    (Newberg, OR)

    Hazelfern started their wine craft in 2006 while making five gallons of Pinot Noir in a dimly lit Portland, Oregon basement on the former (circa 1895) site of Hazel Fern Farms. In 2014, a quarter-life crisis pushed Bryan and Laura Laing to pack up their basket press, two daughters, and a ping pong table for life on a wine farm in the Chehalem Mountains of Newberg, Oregon. Hazelfern focuses on making high-quality and delicious small lot wines from Oregon and are best paired with special occasions, loud music, good people, great stories, romantic getaways, and Tuesday night farm dinners!

  23. Hyland Estates

    Hyland Estates

    (Dundee, OR)

    Hyland vineyard has been a part of the Willamette Valley since 1971. You can’t talk about the origins of Oregon winemaking without mentioning the gentle giant overlooking the Van Duzer corridor. Untouched, unmoved and self-rooted, Hyland’s gnarly 45-year old vines remain entrenchedin red volcanic Jory soil. They’ve been there since the beginning, watching as new neighbors have moved in and planted their own vineyards. Owner and winemaker Laurent Montalieu practices a land, not hand philosophy. For a vineyard to truly speak, it must be left wild and untamed. Laurent wants to bring you to a specific row amidst hundreds. He wants you to taste a block, the elevation, the growing season and the individual expression of every vine. Quiet and self-sufficient, the vines produce a textually mature, high-concentrated juice that come with decades of establishing oneself firmly into the land. The element of surprise in a first sip. Autonomy in a bottle. Each wine made off Hyland vineyard tells its own story. Sometimes its shy. Sometimes its boisterous. Every bottle produced is a story told by its biographer, a proud winemaker who knows just how good he has it.



    (Paterson, WA)

    INTRINSIC was inspired by the similarities between street art and winemaking. For both, the artist must work with an unpredictable canvas, blending instinct and experience to craft something vibrant, gutsy and fleeting. Winemaker Juan Muñoz-Oca used this insight and married it with the incredible quality of tannins in Washington State grapes to push the traditional boundaries of Cabernet Sauvignon in the same way street art pushes boundaries of urban aesthetics. Most Cabernet Sauvignon stays on the skins for up to one month; however, INTRINSIC remained on the skins for nine months, resulting in an unexpected silkiness and more layers and depth in the wine. The end result is a rustic, yet sophisticated wine as captivating as the label designed by famed street artist known only as Zimer.

  25. Lemelson Vineyards

    Lemelson Vineyards

    (Carlton, OR)

    Lemelson Vineyards began as a dream — a dream to create a winery that celebrates innovation in technology, sustainability in agriculture, and tradition in winemaking. Eric Lemelson started Lemelson Vineyards with the intention of building something that would serve wine lovers, and also the longevity of the pristine state that he calls home. Utilizing organic farming methods and gravity flow production, we craft estate grown Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, and Riesling from some of the finest vineyards in the Willamette Valley. Since the inaugural in October 2001, Lemelson Vineyards is dedicated to producing some of the world’s finest Pinot Noir.

  26. Montinore Estate

    Montinore Estate

    (Forest Grove, OR)

    Established in 1982, Montinore Estate is the second largest producer of estate Biodynamic® wines in the country. With our 200-acre certified biodynamic and organic vineyard located in the northern Willamette Valley, we focus on crafting premium Pinot Noir and cool climate white wines. By employing thoughtful, sustainable growing practices and utmost care in winemaking, the quality of our vineyards is reflected in the grapes and into the wine. Our approach to winemaking focuses on producing wines that are an expression of where they are grown, while ensuring they are approachable, food friendly and structured for graceful aging.

  27. Motto


    (Paterson, WA)

    MOTTO is a collection of distinct, dark, rich wines from California that offer a new take on California wine. From keeping the wine lots separate throughout fermentation and aging, to determining the final blends right before bottling, the MOTTO winemaking team defies ordinary and makes it their motto. The resulting wines are dark and bold, yet fruit-forward.

  28. Ponzi Vineyards

    Ponzi Vineyards

    (Sherwood, OR)

    Founded in 1970 in Oregon’s lush Willamette Valley, Ponzi Vineyards is internationally acclaimed for producing some of the world’s finest Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc, Chardonnay and White Riesling, as well as Arneis and Dolcetto, two rare Italian varietals. Ponzi Vineyards continues to set the standard for Oregon’s viticultural innovation while maintaining an unwavering commitment to a tradition of winemaking excellence. For more than two decades, this philosophy has been carried on by the Ponzi Family’s second generation: Winemaker Luisa Ponzi and Director of Sales and Marketing Maria Ponzi. Driven by the concept that the variety must match the terroir and climate, Ponzi Vineyards continues to set the bar for Oregon and remains at the forefront of the nation’s top wine producers.

  29. Portland Sangria

    Portland Sangria

    (Portland, OR)

    Portland Sangria is a blend of dry wine and fruit juice from the Pacific Northwest, balanced with fresh herbs, whole spices and finished with a touch of fizz. Conveniently packaged in a 12 oz can, PortlandSangria is your delicious companion for fun and adventure. It’s now available in three flavors: Dry Rosé with Raspberry-Loganberry-Cardamom, Dry White with Lemon-Ginger-Rosemary and Dry White with Blueberry-Basil. Dress it up, dress it down, take it anywhere.

  30. Primarius


    (Dundee, OR)

    Primarius Pinot Noir embodies sheer elegance, where delicate flavors give way to full fruit expression; providing the most pleasurable drinking experience for wine lovers. Primarius represents Oregon’s finest cool climate regions and is a true reflection of the state’s most famed varietal. Latin for ‘distinguished,’ Primarius promises sophistication in every sip and exceeds expectations in quality, flavor and value. Winemaker Sarah Cabot is well known in Oregon for her award-winning craftsmanship and her meticulous attention to the soil, topography and flavor profiles of every lot from which she sources.

  31. Sokol Blosser Winery

    Sokol Blosser Winery

    (Dayton, OR)

    In 1971, the Sokol Blosser family planted grapes on just five acres in the Dundee Hills. As one of the pioneering wineries of the region, Sokol Blosser has played a key role in developing and shaping the now-prominent Oregon wine industry. The winery is family owned and operated, with the second generation now at the helm: siblings Alex and Alison Sokol Blosser. Achieving B Corp certification in 2015, the estate has grown to more than 85 acres under cultivation, and the winery works to create wines of world-class quality, produced in a sustainable manner, which reflect the distinctive flavors of the grapes, soil and climate.

  32. Soter Vineyards

    Soter Vineyards

    (Carlton, OR)

    Soter Vineyards is a world-class producer and grower of exceptional Pinot Noir and sparkling wine in Oregon’s Willamette Valley. We call home Mineral Springs Ranch, a 240-acre oak savanna in the Yamhill-Carlton AVA. This is where our Biodynamic Certified Estate Vineyard and Winery, tasting room, and heirloom vegetable farm exist in ecological harmony. North Valley Vineyards is our sister property located in the Chehalem Mountains in Newberg, OR. A repurposed log cabin sits on 17 acres of south-facing, gradual sloping land, perfect for growing cool climate Pinot Noir.

  33. Stoller Family Estate

    Stoller Family Estate

    (Dayton, OR)

    Stoller Family Estate is a 373-acre parcel located on the southern slope of the Dundee Hills. Pioneering Oregonian and Founder, Bill Stoller, purchased his family’s second-generation farm in 1993 with the vision of cultivating an enduring legacy for the land and the Oregon wine industry. In 1995, Bill Stoller planted 10 acres of Chardonnay and 10 acres of Pinot noir.  Over the past 20 years, he has patiently transformed the property into the largest contiguous vineyard in the Dundee Hills with 195 acres planted and a sought after source of fruit for premier producers. Stoller Family Estate’s winery, built in 2005, is the first to attain LEED Gold Certification in the world. The winery uses solar panels for much of its energy, gravity-flow for processing, and environmentally-friendly materials in its interior spaces. This focus on sustainability carries over to the tasting room, which was completed in 2012. This net-zero building features a 236 solar module array, green roof, as well as numerous sustainable features and environmentally friendly finishes. Stoller was named “Northwest Winery of the Year” by Wine Press Northwest in 2014 and in recent years has been named by Wine & Spirits as a “Top 100 Winery” and Wine Spectator as a “Vineyard to Watch.”

  34. Villa Maria New Zealand

    Villa Maria New Zealand

    (New Zealand)

    New Zealand’s most awarded winery, the Villa Maria story is one of absolute passion. The winery Sir George Fistonich founded in 1961 remains family owned and is an icon of quality and innovation.

  35. Washington State Wine

    Washington State Wine


    On behalf of the state of Washington and its wineries and growers, the mission of the Washington State Wine Commission is to raise awareness and demand for Washington State wine through marketing and education, while supporting viticulture and enology research to drive industry growth.

  36. Westmount Wine

    Westmount Wine

    (Willamette Valley, OR)

    A new wine brand by a storied Willamette Valley Winemaker. It was an idea born from a climber and a skier who set out to make the best wine possible from their estates vineyards. Westmount is our way to share a wine that is honestly Oregon. Exploration and style in winemaking and in life. Explore Oregon, start here.

  37. WillaKenzie Estate

    WillaKenzie Estate

    (Yamhill, OR)

    Our winery’s name was born out of its integral tie to the land. WillaKenzie Estate is named for the marine sedimentary soil on which our estate is planted, a tribute to Oregon’s two major rivers—the Willamette and McKenzie.Founded in 1992, we have a rich 25-year history in the Willamette Valley. As the first LIVE certified winery, stewardship of the land and preservation of our local ecosystem are at the forefront of our vineyard management and winemaking practices. Only 125 acres of our 420-acre estate is planted to grapes, in order to maintain the biodiversity of our land. Our vineyards feature the most clonal diversity in the Willamette Valley, with over 11 different clones of Pinot planted – enabling blend complexity and texture. Our Pinot Noirs, Chardonnays and Pinot Gris showcase the elegance of the Willamette Valley. WillaKenzie Estate has welcomed Winemaker Erik Kramer to the helm. Erik has spent thirteen years in the Willamette Valley, where he’s developed a reputation for creating world-class wines of finesse and balance. Erik is dedicated to bringing our wines into the future, a future which will respect and remain rooted in our history, while bringing Oregon Pinot Noir to the world stage.