The Eola-Amity Hills AVA is an American Viticultural Area located in Oregon’s Willamette Valley, stretching from the city of Amity in the north to Salem in the south. There are over 100 vineyards and 30+ wineries & tasting rooms in our our acclaimed winegrowing region.

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Aeolus Vineyard

Newly purchased by Rod and Danette Elliot-Mullens and originally planted by Ed Greenwood, the Aeolus Vineyard is located in the southern end of the Eola-Amity Hills AVA. It consists of 1.7 acres of Tempranillo, 1.1 acres of Dijon 115 Pinot Noir and 1.5 acres of Pommard Pinot Noir, totaling 4.3 cropped acres. Farming is organic-focused.

3935 Oak Knoll Rd NW, Salem, Oregon, 97304


Anahata Vineyard

Located at 500ft elevation in the heart of Willamette Valley’s acclaimed Eola Amity Hills. 
Anahata’s translation is the sanskrit word for the heart chakra.

There are 20 acres planted on 9 blocks with 7×4 spacing … 8 of the blocks are named as translations of the word “JOY”. The signature block is called the “SMP” block after Sister Mary Paule, our aunt who served the children of South Africa for over 60 years building orphanages and schools.

5900 Zena Rd. NW, Salem, OR 97304

Anna-Louise Vineyard

Leslie’s Anna-Louise Vineyard and the Stephens Vineyard are currently managed by Rose and Arrow Winery. Netanya Welch is the onsite vineyard manager and Felipe Ramirez is the winemaker. Currently the vineyards are producing two premium wines, Gathered Stones and Hopewell Hills. Gathered Stones 2017 was rated one of the top seven wines in Oregon by Wine Spectator. Spectator scored it at 95. 2018 Gathered Stones was rated at 96 by Wine and Spirits and Rose and Arrow was named as one of the top 100 US Wineries. Wine and Spirits also named Gathered Stones as one of the three Pinot Noirs rated in the top 100 Wines in the US. Ian Lombard and Mark Tarlov are the owners of Rose and Arrow with world renown Terroir Consultant Pedro Parra.

To taste these wines and others by Rose and Arrow, make an appointment to stop by the Alit tasting room in Dundee, Oregon. Rose and Arrow tastings are by appointment only. You can also shop online at  503-487-6741

B & J Vineyard

3,500 vines were planted in March of 2007 on 3 acres.  Soil is Jory.  Elevation is 900’ at the top, down to 700’ at the bottom. Pinot Gris clone is 152 – 1 acre is planted at the top elevation. Pinot Noir clones are 667/777 – 2 acres are planted at the lower elevation. We got our first harvest in 2009.  In 2010 the birds ate everything – we now net.  In 2011 the grapes never ripened.  2012 was a very good year and although we didn’t get the quantity, the quality was very good and we sold all of our grapes.  2013 bud break occurred two weeks ahead of the 2012 crop and we harvest the Pinot Noir on September 17th and the Pinot Gris on October 9th – we sold all of our grapes to two wineries.

8810 SE Eola Hills Rd. Amity, Oregon 97101
503-835-0302 & 503-502-4835

Bethany Heights Vineyard

3,500 vines were planted in March of 2007 on 3 acres.  Soil is Jory.  Elevation is 900’ at the top, down to 700’ at the bottom. Pinot Gris clone is 152 – 1 acre is planted at the top elevation. Pinot Noir clones are 667/777 – 2 acres are planted at the lower elevation. We got our first harvest in 2009.  In 2010 the birds ate everything – we now net.  In 2011 the grapes never ripened.  2012 was a very good year and although we didn’t get the quantity, the quality was very good and we sold all of our grapes.  2013 bud break occurred two weeks ahead of the 2012 crop and we harvest the Pinot Noir on September 17th and the Pinot Gris on October 9th – we sold all of our grapes to two wineries.

8810 SE Eola Hills Rd. Amity, Oregon 97101
503-835-0302 & 503-502-4835

Bethel Heights Estate Vineyard

The heart of Bethel Heights Vineyard is Pinot noir. Our original estate vineyard was planted in 1977 and today three-fourths, or 37 acres, is planted to Pinot noir. Our oldest vines, planted in 1977 and 1979, are Pommard and Wädenswil clones. More recent plantings include Dijon clones 114, 115, 667, and 777. Our Estate Grown bottling blends fruit from all sections of our home vineyards, creating one of our signature wines.

The estate vineyard is planted on a south-facing hillside rising from 480 to 620 feet in elevation, with shallow, well-drained Jory and Nekia soils of volcanic origin.

6060 Bethel Heights Rd. NW, Salem, Oregon 97304

Bieze Vineyard

Bieze Vineyard sits a mile and a half up a gravel road, where you can see mountains in the distance — a vineyard in which the Bieze family takes great pride. The vineyard benefits from the cool breezes that flow nightly from the West across our site. These breezes come through the Van Duzer Corridor, a break in the Oregon Coast Mountain Range. The breezes are responsible for the cool evenings which follow the bright afternoons.

Sunny days with cool evening breezes are perfect conditions for developing the full expression of flavors and complexity we desire in our fruit.

4410 Lone Star Road NW, Salem, Oregon 97304

Big Cheese Vineyard

Vineyard Info Coming Soon

17945 SE Walnut Hill Road, Amity, OR 97101

Björnson Estate Vineyard

Our mission is simple:  care for the land, make exceptional wine and enjoy life’s journey.  Exceptional wine begins in the vineyard; that’s why our vineyard is certified Salmon-Safe and sustainable by L.I.V.E. (Low Input Viticulture and Enology).  We believe that sustainable farming makes better wine.  Oregon “vineyard lore” suggests that abundant poison oak indicates a great site.  Happily for us (except when Mark used a chain saw to remove some massive plants), we’re covered under both schools of thought.

3635 Bethel Heights Rd NW
Salem, Oregon 97304

Bois Joli Vineyard

Bois Joli sits on the southwest facing tip of the Amity Hills, overlooking the city of Amity and the Coast Range, directly facing the Van Duzer Corridor.  Befitting its name (“Pretty Woods”), the vineyard is surrounded by a lovely oak/Douglas-fir forest that is rich with wildlife.  John and Nodie Ingraham founded the vineyard in 1983 by planting 2 acres of ungrafted Riesling vines (clones unknown), hauling hoses for water and controlling weeds with a push mower.  Rob Kistler and Barb Bond purchased the vineyard in 2009 (half Dijon clones, 777 and 115, and half Pommard clone 91) and 1 acre of Chardonnay (clone 95) in 2013.  This is a fairly high elevation site, averaging about 650’.  Soils are mostly sedimentary (Willakenzie) with a small area of Jory.  The vineyard is LIVE certified.

4875 Millies Lane, Amity, Oregon 97101

Bracken Vineyard

5887 Orchard Heights Rd NW, Salem, Oregon 97304

Brooks Estate Vineyard

In 2009, we purchased the Eola Hills Vineyard. This site was originally planted between 1973 and 1977 with pinot noir and riesling.  We still have 10 acres (5 of each varietal) on its’ own rootstock. The remaining acres are mostly pinot noir with a tad of pinot gris.

In 2012, we are proud to announce that our Estate Vineyard was certified by Demeter for Biodynamic farming principles! While we have practiced biodynamics in the vineyard since 2002, we finally got around to completing the paperwork for certification!

9360 SE Eola Hills Road, Amity, Oregon 97101

Bryn Mawr Estate Vineyard

Bryn Mawr Vineyards is located  near Salem, Oregon,  in the central Willamette Valley.   Our 15 acre Eola Hills vineyard is located high above the valley floor ,  providing spectacular views of both the Coastal and Cascade  Mountain ranges.   The soils of Bryn Mawr are volcanic in origin and, like others in the Eola-Amity Hills, tend  to be shallower than other areas in the Willamette Valley.  The afternoon breezes that come from the Van Duzer Pass cool our grapes and preserve their natural acidity, creating bright, fresh wines that also reflect the structure and depth of our terroir.

Our grapes are planted in blocks reflecting  differences in slope, elevation and exposure, as well as the Lauer family members for whom each block has been named.

5955 Bethel Heights Rd. NW, Salem, Oregon 97304

Calamity Hill Vineyard

Calamity Hill Vineyard and Farm is located on Walnut Hill at the northern end of the Eola-Amity Hills AVA.  Our small vineyard and olive planting is at an elevation of 480 to 530 feet. We enjoy a view of the Willamette Valley with the Cascades and Mount Hood in the distance.

Calamity Hill is among the smallest vineyards producing wine for sale in Oregon. We are so small we don’t talk about acreage planted.  Instead, we focus on each grapevine, 1910 in total. The vineyard was planted in May of 2005, and covers just 1.75 acres of land.We tend 500 Pinot Gris vines, all 152 clone on 101-14 rootstock. Our Pinot Noir, totaling 1410 vines, consists of five combinations of rootstock and clones. Our farm is made up of entirely deep Jory soils, ideal for dry farming pinot noir and pinot gris grapes.

9779 SE Hillview Drive, Amity, Oregon 97101
503-868-7115 (TR open holiday weekends and by appt.)

Canary Hill Vineyard

The Canary Hill vineyard, owned by Ken and Karen Wright and managed by Seth Miller, is located in the Eola-Amity Hills AVA, 9.5 miles west of Salem, Oregon and in the southwest end of the AVA. It was planted in 1983 by Dick and Nancy Daniel at an elevation of 450-550 feet on an eastern facing slope. This 21-acre property has 17.5 acres in vine on 10 X 5 foot and 10 X 6 foot spacing. Canary Hill is planted in 100% Pinot Noir with 54% Pommard clone, 34% 777 clone, 7% 114 clone and 5% 115 clone.

Canary Hill is made up of Nekia and Jory soil derived from its volcanic parent material located 10-12 feet deep within the soil profile. Once roots have fully engaged the parent material, we find that our Pinot noir planted on volcanic sites tends to have red and blue fruit focused aromatics and flavor profiles. Canary Hill Pinot noir often has a lush texture and bright acidity.

980 Oak Grove Road, Salem, Oregon 97304

Carlile’s Crest Vineyard

Carlile’s Crest Vineyard is at 675 to 800 feet elevation and is tucked into the hills facing southwest in the Eola Amity AVA. We are located at the junction between Yampo and Skyline roads on the Yamhill County side. The vineyard consists of 6 planted acres with the first crop expected in 2016.

The 18-acre property was developed with an approach to maintain the beauty and sense of place. The site will be farmed to produce the highest quality fruit and wines possible. The soils consist of the basalt /volcanic series on the upper half with Ritner, Nekia and Jory and the lower half is Steiwer soil composed of ancient uplifted ocean sediments.

The vineyard is currently planted to about 4 acres of Pinot noir (clones 115, 777, 943, Pommard and Wadenswil) and 2 acres of Chardonnay (clones 76, 95 and 96).The vineyard is owned by Jessica Cortell and Doug King and managed by Vitis Terra Vineyards Services.

6675 SE Yampo Rd., Amity, OR 97101

Carter Vineyard

The Carter vineyard, owned by Ken and Karen Wright and managed by Seth Miller, is located in the Eola-Amity Hills AVA, 10 miles West of Salem in the Southwest end of the AVA. It was planted in 1983 by Jack and Kathleen Carter at an elevation of 325 feet on a southwestern facing slope. This 21.66 acre vineyard is planted on 9 X 6 foot spacing. Carter is 100% Pinot Noir with 34% Pommard clone, 21% 777 clone, 18% 667 clone, 16% 115 clone and 11% Wadenswil Clone.

The soil at Carter is mostly Nekia soil derived from its volcanic parent material located 2 to 3 feet deep within the soil profile. Once roots have fully engaged the parent material, we find that our Pinot noir planted on volcanic sites tends to have more fruit focused aromatics and flavor profiles. Carter Pinot Noir often exhibits dark blue and black fruits supported by firm acidity and moderate tannins.

Chemeketa Cellars Vineyard

Chemeketa Cellars is a small production vineyard and winery operated and maintained by the students of the Wine Studies program at Chemeketa Community College. The Wine Studies program was founded in 1999 at Chemeketa Eola in the rolling Eola-Amity hills of Oregon’s Willamette Valley. The 8 acre vineyard on-site grows 9 different varietals allowing students a breadth of experience in the winemaking process. Chemeketa Cellars currently produced around 500 cases a year and is located at the picturesque Northwest Wine Studies Center in Salem.

215 Doaks Ferry Road NW, Salem, OR 97304

Cherry Hill Estate Vineyard

Cherry Hill is a 150-acre estate, with 90 of those acres planted to pommard and dijon clones of pinot noir. All pruning, thinning, and leaf pulling is done by hand; so is the harvesting itself, a rarity in these days of increasing automation. Our vineyard lies on south and southwest slopes at elevations from 250-450 feet, which offers the maximum degree days for fruit ripening.  Vines include Dijon (115, 777,113) and Pommard clones set on phylloxera-resistant rootstock.

The vineyard’s 80,000 vines were planted in 1998 with 6’ x 8’ spacing using a vertical trellising system.  Irrigation comes from our seven-acre spring-fed trout reservoir.  We crop to 2 tons per acre and harvest our fruit at precisely 23 brix.

7867 Crowley Road, Rickreall, Oregon 97371

Crannell Vineyard

This small vineyard was planted in 1999 by Richard Crannell in the heart of the Eola-Amity Hills. The vineyard, at 450 feet of elevation, faces east with a beautiful view of Mount Hood. The soil is classic Volcanic over basalt rock, thinner than the Dundee Hills. The vineyard has 2.2 acres planted to Pinot Blanc that is dry farmed without any irrigation.

Crawford Beck Vineyard

The Crawford Beck Vineyard (CBV) is a venture of David and Jeanne Beck. The Eola Amity Hills AVA is quite different from the other Willamette Valley AVAs, and the CBV is distinct in its own micro-terroir.  Its soils are of volcanic origin, having been laid down by lava flows that occurred some 15 million years ago.  These clay-loam soils overlay ancient marine sediments that in many places are not far below the volcanic soils.  Furthermore, the CBV lies on the gentle slopes of a swale that faces south-southwest, looking across the Willamette Valley toward the gap in the Coast Range through which cooling breezes flow into the Valley.  These breezes blow steadily all summer, bathing the CBV slopes at night with relief from the day’s heat so essential for our grape varieties.  The altitude of the CBV slopes ranges from 387 feet to 521 feet above sea level.

A former cattle ranch, the conversion of the farm to a vineyard began in 1996.  The plantings now include 11.29 acres of pinot noir (clones 115, Swan, 60, and Pommard), 1.19 acres of pinot gris (clone 3), and 2.08 acres of chardonnay (clones 76 and 96).  The vineyard is farmed sustainably and is certified by LIVE for its management practices.  Grapes from the Crawford Beck Vineyard are sold to acclaimed wineries throughout the valley.

9100 SE Amity Road
PO Box 670, Amity, Oregon 97101

Cristom Vineyards

Cristom Estate Vineyards us split into four vineyards: Eileen, Jessie, Louise and Marjorie Vineyards. The four estate Pinot Noir vineyards – Eileen, Jessie, Louise and Marjorie, named for Gerrie family matriarchs – each possess natural variances in soil, elevation and exposition. With minimal intervention during the winemaking process, Tom, Steve and team strive to craft wines that are an honest recording of both the vineyard and the vintage, producing the ultimate expressions of the stellar fruit we’re fortunate enough to work with. Recognized globally as a leading producer in our beloved Willamette Valley, our wines continue to be a unique blend of tradition, modernity and finesse.

6905 Spring Valley Road NW, Salem, Oregon 97304

Cubanisimo Estate Vineyard

The vineyards face southeast from a 650 foot elevation and have sweeping views of Oregon’s wine rich Willamette Valley. Initially in 1991, eight acres of Pommard grapes were planted on Jory and Nekia soils of the Eola-Amity Hills AVA. We planted two more acres of Pinot clones (115 & 777), on rootstock (101-14) in 2001 and we planted 2.5 acres of Pinot Gris in 2007. Early harvests provided grapes for King Estate, Erath and Evesham Wood. In 2003, Cubanisimo started producing estate wines with 540 cases produced.

Currently, we are producing approximately 800 cases of Estate Pinot Noir each year and another 1000 cases that blend our estate grapes with other Pinot Noir grapes sourced from vineyards in the Willamette Valley. We produce about 150 cases annually of our Rosado de Pinot Noir with our estate grapes and plan to increase our Pinot Gris production as our vineyard begins producing more fruit.

Extracting the finest elements nature will yield from the grapes and the terroir are at the heart of Cubanisimo’s winemaking philosophy. We feel the fine balance of stress and nurture achieved by the 5 x 7 foot spacing and the absence of irrigation will add complexity and depth of flavor to our Pinots

1754 Best Rd NW, Salem, Oregon 97304

Distraction Vineyards

2.25 acres of Pinot Noir located in the Van Duzer corridor
Planted 2000
Elevation: 410’
Aspect: Southeast

18101 SE Walnut Hill Road, Amity, Oregon 97101

Drouhin Oregon Roserock Vineyard

Drouhin Oregon Roserock vineyard is perched on a ridgetop towards the southern end of the Eola-Amity Hills AVA. During the growing season, ocean breezes push through the Van Duzer Corridor in the Coastal Range maintaining a consistently cool climate that is the hallmark of all great Pinot Noir regions. This climate, combined with the shallow, well-drained volcanic soils of the Nekia series that dominate this area, make the Eola-Amity Hills AVA one of Oregon’s most exciting winegrowing regions. Drouhin Oregon Roserock vineyard is LIVE and Salmon Safe Certified.

4340 Gibson Road NW, Salem, Oregon 97304

Dukes Family Estate Vineyard

At Dukes Family Vineyards, we view ourselves merely as conservators of the land rather than as owners and as such are committed to low-impact, ecologically sound sustainability in our farming methodologies and to the continual improvement of the vineyard environment. We wholly subscribe to the old adage that great wine begins in the vineyard.

Sitting on the back side of Walnut Hill at the North end of the Eola-Amity Hills AVA, Dukes Family Vineyards is 58 acres of South facing slope and elevations running from 560 feet to 260 feet. The soils are primarily Willakenzie (dark brown to yellowish-brown silty-clay loam, sandstone origin) and Yamhill (silt loam, volcanic basalt origin) with several additional soils types scattered throughout the sixteen-acre vineyard, all serving to add a level of complexity to the wines.

Seven and a half acres of the vineyard (Pinot Noir Dijon clones 113, 114 and 115 as well as a small block of Syrah, all grafted onto 3309 root stock) were planted between 1996 and 2000.  The vines are planted with the standard nine foot rows and four and one half foot in-row spacing (approximately 1,000 plants pre acre). We have implemented cultural practices in our farming methodologies which minimize the use of chemicals and fertilizers while greatly enhancing biodiversity.

7845 SE Amity Road, Amity, Oregon 97101

Elton Vineyards

Elton Vineyards was established in 1983 by Dick and Betty O’Brien on the eastern slope of the Eola Hills, just west of Hopewell, in Yamhill County. The 54-acre vineyard is farmed sustainably, and certified by LIVE (Low Input Viticulture & Enology) and Salmon Safe. Over the years, at least five wineries have produced Elton Vineyards wines rated above 90 points by The Wine Advocate and other reviewers.

Willamette Valley Vineyards now produces most wines using Elton Vineyards grapes. Current vineyard designates include Elton Vineyard Pinot Noir, as well as a special 2008 O’Brien Pinot Noir tribute bottling. Daedalus Cellars also makes an Elton Vineyard Gruner Veltliner.

22500 Ingram Lane NW, Salem, Oregon 97304

Eola Hills Legacy Estate Vineyard

Enjoy the spirit and flavors of Oregon at Eola Hills Wine Cellars’ Legacy Estate Vineyard – our largest and most beautiful vineyard. Just a 10-minute drive west of Salem, you’ll find our tasting room in a rustic old barn, surrounded by 160 acres of vineyards and forest.

72.11 acres planted in Fall ’08 and Spring/Fall ‘09. The vineyard can be found just south of the 45th parallel north on a southwest-facing slope, with views toward Monmouth and the Coast Range. Varietals include Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Maréchal Foch, Riesling, Cabernet Sauvignon. The soils at Legacy Estate vineyard are mixed, a result of the region’s geologic history of volcanic activity, ancient seabeds, glacial and sedimentary flood deposits.  Soils include: Jory, Chehulpum, Hazelair, Hemick, Nekia, McAlpin, Ritner, Steiwer

1600 Oak Grove Road NW, 1.7 miles north of Hwy 22W.

Eola Hills Vineyard

Proprietor: Don & Carolyn Byard
Size: 3.5 acres
Established in 197
Soil: Jory, Nekia
Varietals Planted: Pinot Noir and Riesling

Eola Springs Vineyard

Originally planted in 1972 by Carl Stevens, the Eola Springs Vineyard is owned by Judy Jordan of Capra Vineyards.

This pioneering vineyard, with its ideal position in the throat of the Van Duzer corridor, has proven itself time and time again to be a jewel that dynamically improves. Beyond the original 1972 planting, additional vines were added in 1980, 1984, 1990, 2006, and continuing today, reflecting the evolution of Willamette Valley and the Eola-Amity Hills AVA.

The lower elevation of this site is silty Missoula Flood Deposits that are deep on the terrace and thin upslope where the silty material mantles older alluvium and clayey paleosol of the foothills. The lower and midslope positions have soils formed in sedimentary rocks and the silt thins. Higher up the slope, the soils formed in basalt and in basalt over sedimentary rocks. The Eola-Amity Hills are capped with Columbia River Basalt.

Diversity makes this vineyard tremendously complex with blocks varying by slope break, aspects, and soil. One third of the 178-acre vineyard is planted predominantly to Pinot Noir and Chardonnay along with blocks of Muscat and Pinot Gris. The second third is in development and the remaining portion open.

3110 Oak Grove Road, Rickreall, Oregon 97371

Golden Hillside Vineyard

Information Coming Soon

Hemingway Hill Vineyard

Hemingway Hill is located in the south Eola Hills. The vineyard currently has 15 acres planted and focuses entirely on Chardonnay and Riesling. Elevation on the site ranges from 600’ – 700’ and the soils are a mix of Witzel, Ritner, Nekia and Jory. The exposure is primarily South West and the row orientation of NE-SW takes full benefit of the Van Duzer winds.

Chardonnay clones include Dijon 76, 95 and 548 as well as Heritage 5, 15, 27, 66 and 72. Riesling clones include 12, 27, 21 and 49, Our rootstocks include 3309, 101-14, RG, and Schwarzmann. The vineyard is organically farmed by AVS.

Hidden Rocks Estate Vineyard

East facing slope, 300-400 feet elevation, Jory and Neakia soils, 114-115 and 777 Pinot Noir clones. 15.5 acres planted in 2002. The Vineyard Manager is John Gilpin.

10751 Purple Plum Heights, Dayton, Oregon 97124

Holloran La Chenaie Vineyard

Le Chenaie  Vineyard is owned by Holloran Vineyard Wines – Handcrafted Wines from Premium Vineyard Sites. HVW produces small quantities of handcrafted wine from premium vineyard sites in Oregon’s Willamette Valley. We emphasize low yields and careful hands-on management of the vines to produce wines that express the unique characteristics of our vineyard sites. Currently we are producing 4,000 cases per year.

Located near Salem, Oregon, in the Eola-Amity Hills AVA, La Chenaie is a 103 acre site with 26 acres under vine. Here we grow Pinot Noir, Riesling, Tempranillo and Sauvignon Blanc. We planted this vineyard beginning in 2001, and the soils are volcanic – Jory, Gelderman and Ritner. Elevations are 460′ to 585′, with aspects of South, Southeast and Southwest. The ocean breezes from the Van Duzer corridor in the coastal range influence this site as with much of the western portion of the Eola-Amity Hills.

2636 SW Schaeffer Rd., West Linn, Oregon 97068

Hood Vineyard

Vineyard Info Coming Soon

11791 SE Hoodview Rd, Amity, OR, 97101

Hoodview Vineyard

Vineyard Info Coming Soon

11791 SE Hoodview Rd, Amity, OR, 97101

Hopewell Hills Vineyard

Vineyard Info Coming Soon

Ingram Lane Vineyard

Bethel Heights’ Ingram Lane
Total acres: 28.3
Elevation: 220’ to 450’
Soil: Volcanic basalt above, marine sediment mid-slope, Missoula silt below

Jerusalem Hill Vineyard

Jerusalem Hill vineyard is Domaine Serene’s Estate vineyard located in the Eola-Amity Hills AVA. The vineyard is planted to Dijon, Pommard and Wädenswil clones of Pinot Noir on sedimentary soils in the Woodburn series. Pinot Noir made from the Jerusalem Hill vineyard has aromas that are rich with dark fruits, dried cherries, wild game and spice. 65.17 acres planted.

6555 NE Hilltop Lane, Dayton, OR, 97114

Jessie James Vineyard

4 acres of Pinot noir
Elevation 660.67 ft.
Slope 8.1% (4.65°)
Aspect Southeast (120.14°)

8849 S.E. Three Trees Lane, Amity, OR, 97101

Julon Vineyard

Julon Vineyard sits on a fifty-acre site in the Eola-Amity Hills AVA, just five miles northwest of Salem, Oregon. The property ranges from 225 to 410 feet in elevation, with southern and southwestern slopes facing the Oregon Coast Range. A variety of soils are present on the site, including Chehulpum, Bellpine, Willakenzie, Steiwer, and Rickreall. These soils were formed through the weathering of the marine sediments that now lie beneath them.

The vineyard is divided into seven blocks along the upper half of the property. Four different Pinot Noir clones are planted throughout these blocks—Pommard, Wadenswil, Dijon 115, and Dijon 777. The vines are grafted onto phylloxera-resistant rootstocks 3309 and 101-14.

To the west of the Eola-Amity Hills lies the Van Duzer Corridor, a gap in the Oregon Coast Range. This gap channels marine winds from the Pacific Ocean into the lower Willamette Valley, resulting in relatively cool temperatures. This moderating effect allows the grapes to develop a balanced acidity even in the midst of the Willamette Valley’s warm summers.

3480 Oak Grove Road, Rickreall, OR, 97371

Justice Vineyard

The heart of Bethel Heights Vineyard is Pinot noir. Justice Vineyard, planted in 1999 adjacent to our estate, added another 20 acres of Pinot noir for the estate blend starting in 2003.

Our 20-acre Justice Vineyard sits lower on the hillside, with soils that show the transition between volcanic layers above and the older underlying marine sedimentary layers of the original ocean seabed below. We also make small lots of vineyard-designated Pinot noir from our own Justice Vineyard and other respected vineyards in the Eola Hills.

6130 Bethel Heights Rd. NW, Salem, Oregon 97304

Keeler Estate Vineyard

Keeler Estate Vineyard is proud to be located in the well-known Eola-Amity Hills AVA.  We are a picturesque, certified organic and biodynamic vineyard. It is our strong belief that we must care for our land and therefore stay away from using pesticides and harmful chemicals.

Our first blocks of Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris were planted in 2008. Then we added Chardonnay and a small block of Riesling. There are now 30 acres of plantings with elevations from 220 to 500 feet and an exposure south southwest. The higher elevations are an ancient ocean bed consisting of soils such as Steiwer, Chehulpum and shallow sedimentary soils.

People delight in visiting our place, tasting our wines while they walk around a natural ecosystem with diverse plantings, ponds and streams and a magnificent observation deck overlooking the valley south to Corvallis.

5100 SE Rice Lane, Amity, Oregon 97101

Keller Family Vineyard

The Keller Family Vineyard sits on the south ridge of the Eola-Amity Hills overlooking the Cascade Mountains. This location benefits from the Van Duzer Corridor winds resulting in relatively cool nightly temperatures during the warm summer growing season. The vineyard consists of three acres of Pinot Noir divided amongst Dijon 114, Dijon 115, and Pommard clones in addition to one acre of Chardonnay Dijon 76. Elevations range from 250 feet for the Chardonnay and 420 to 580 feeet for the Pinot Noir. The Keller Family Vineyard has been 100% organically farmed since 2013 without irrigation. The vineyard location benefits from deep, rocky soils of Jory, Gelderman, Yamhill and Rittner. The fruit has produced numerous designate wines from 2011 to 2018.

Koosah Farm

Kevin and Carla Chambers have been serving the Oregon wine industry since 1980. Their first vineyard was Resonance in the Yamhill-Carlton AVA. There they pioneered Biodynamic practices in Oregon. From 1997-2014, they owned and operated Results Partners, Oregon’s largest vineyard management firm, and Oregon Vineyard Supply, which provided products and services to vineyard operators throughout the Pacific Northwest. In 2013, they sold Resonance to the famed Maison Louis Jadot of Burgundy, and purchased the property that has become Koosah Farm.

Koosah Farm sits atop the windswept crest of the Eola-Amity Hills at 700-1100′. The steeply-sloped, profoundly-rocky 82.5 acre site consists of 44 acres of vineyard and 6 acres of orchard. Here they employ permaculture techniques involving hundreds of species of flowering and fruiting trees, shrubs and vines. This plant diversity encourages a healthy microbiome to naturally reduce disease and insect pressures. Additionally, Kevin has again pioneered new farming practices through the use of compost-teas brewed on farm to aid in building soil fertility, promoting microbial diversity and preventing disease.

In February 2021, their son Nate, after serving as a grape agronomist for 10 years, beacme the farm manager.  

Kuenzi Vineyard

Vineyard info coming soon.

Le Puits Sec Vineyard

Evesham Wood was founded by Russ and Mary Raney in 1986. After a comprehensive search throughout the Willamette Valley, they chose a site for the estate vineyard, “Le Puits Sec” (French for “the dry well” which we have in the vineyard). There they planted eight acres, three of Pinot Noir (Pommard clone), two each of Chardonnay (108 clone) and Pinot Gris (Colmar clones) and one of Gewurztraminer. Since then, four and one half acres have gradually been added (1.5 ac. of 3 Dijon clones of Pinot Noir, 1 ac. of 3 Dijon clones of Chardonnay, and one ac. Pinot Gris, as well as small plantings of the German variety, Rieslaner and the Austrian variety, Gruener Veltliner). In addition, the original two acres of Chardonnay were grafted over to Pinot Noir in 1999.

The gently sloping, east-facing vineyard is tightly-spaced and nestled on a low terrace (300-420 ft. elevation) on the eastern side of the Eola-Amity Hills ridge. This area, known locally as “Spring Valley”, has already proven to have one of Oregon’s best micro-climates for the production of fine wines from Burgundian and Alsatian varieties. It is here that the rather shallow volcanic basalt soils allow us to achieve the low yields we seek for wines of great intensity and complexity. As well, it is the uniqueness of this “terroir” that gives Le Puits Sec wines their signature.

3795 Wallace Rd. NW, Salem, Oregon 97304

Lewman Vineyard

We are Lewman Vineyard, located in the beautiful Eola Hills of Oregon’s Willamette Valley.  First planted in 1992, we began making Pinot noir in 2002 in limited, hand crafted quantities. Our goal is to produce Burgundian style Estate Pinot Noir that reflects the unique qualities of our vineyard’s wonderful location. We are proud to be a LIVE certified sustainable vineyard.

6080 Bethel Heights Rd. NW, Salem, Oregon 97304

Lone Star Vineyard

Do great views ensure great wines? At Lone Star Vineyard the vines are treated to a sweeping view of the Cascades, from Mt. Rainier in the north to the Three Sisters to the south. While the view is stunning, this low elevation, warm site is a magnet for the two forces crucial for ripening grapes: light and heat. As the first light of day peaks over the Cascade range, Lone Star Vineyard begins absorbing the full power of the sun. Located 15 miles south of Dundee in the Eola Hills, this 116 acre site is oriented to maximize the sun’s light and heat.

Lone Star is owned by Argyle Winery is the vineyard that produces some of Argyle’s most coveted and highly-rated wines – Nuthouse Pinot Noir and Nuthouse Chardonnay.

Acres Planted:  112.99
PO Box 280, Dundee, Oregon 97115
503-538-8520 x233

LS Vineyard

Pinot Noir and Chardonnay

Hopewell Road, Salem, OR, 97304

Mclain Vineyard

McLain Vineyards is a 12-acre vineyard on 52 acres of eastern slopes of Walnut Hill, about five miles east of Amity in the newly-formed Eola-Amity Hills AVA, and just north of Walnut Hill Road. It was planted in stages from 1997-2000. McLain Vineyards is owned by Mike and Karen McLain and Merv Anthony, owners of Springhill Cellars winery in Albany, OR.

Acres Planted:  12
5.36 acres Dijon 115 Pinot noir
5.09 acres Pommard Pinot noir
1.49 acres Pinot gris

18000 SE Walnut Hill Road , Dayton, Oregon 97114

Methven Family Estate Vineyard

Allen and Jill Methven’s family spans the United States with ties in Michigan, Texas, California, New York, Washington, Hawaii and Alaska but their heart exists in the Willamette Valley of Oregon. It is here, near their home in the Eola Hills, that they have planted vineyards dedicated to the grapes that have made this area famous. Riesling, Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir. From these meticulously tended vines, some of Oregon’s finest wines are being crafted in extremely small lots, each hand selected for quality.

11400 SE Westland Ln, Dayton, Oregon 97114

Muddy Paws Vineyard

Acres Planted: 5
Owners:  Tim and Carol Murphy
258 – 50th Avenue NW, Salem Oregon 97304

Muska Vineyard

Date planted:  2010
Elevation:  520′ to 570′
Direction: the slope faces East and Southeast
Clone:Pommard (2 ac), Wad (2ac)
Spacing:  6×4 feet

10935 SE Eola Hills Road, Amity, Oregon 97101

Mystic Wines Vineyards

Elevation; between 260-320ft
Home Ranch Vineyard; Pommard Clone Pinot Noir – 1 Acre. Planted 2002
Flying Gopher Block; Dolcetto – 1 Acre. Planted 2013
North Slope; Albarino – 1 Acre. Planted 2017

Northridge Vineyard

Acres Planted:  3

Gibson Road NW, Salem Oregon 97304

Oak Grove Vineyards

Established in 1982 on the site of a former wheat field, the 65.12-acre Oak Grove Vineyards is the first property planted by the founders of Eola Hills Wine Cellars. Today, it is a primary source of grapes for Eola Hills’ Classic Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Chardonnay wines.

64.12 acres are planted. Much of this vineyard has been replanted with new vines that are phylloxera-resistant. Re-establishment phases began in 2010, 2012, 2013 and are ongoing. Varietals include Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Maréchal Foch

Soils: Dayton, Hazelair, Helvetia, Jory, Ritner, Willakenzie, Willamette, Woodburn, Witzel

The vineyard is located on the west side of Oak Grove Road NW, 0.6 miles north of Hwy 22W.

Palmer Creek Vineyards

Owners Janet and Larry Richards are extremely passionate about their vineyard. Planted in 2000, the East facing slope sits between 250 and 350 feet of elevation. The vineyard is planted to a diverse selection of Pinot Noir clones including 114, 777 and Pommard on a mixture of Yamhill and Woodburn series soils.  Palmer Creek Vineyard is both L.I.V.E. and Salmon Safe certified.

17380 SE Lafayette Highway, Dayton, Oregon 97114

Pearlstad Vineyard

Pearlstad Vineyard was planted in 2017 and 2018 by Ken Pearlman and Dana Baker, with major assistance from Atlas Vineyard Management. The vineyard is part of an 85 acre property that is covered by fir, oak, madrone and brushy pasture. It is located at the center of the Van Duzer Corridor, so the site benefits from both the elevation and the cool Van Duzer winds in the afternoon. The vineyard is oriented north-south, with elevation ranging from about 630 ft on the north end, down to about 440 ft on the south end. There are gorgeous views to the west, south and southeast. We have planted about 18 acres to Chardonnay; clones 124, 76, 95, 96, 548 and Wente. There is also a block of Pommard at the south end.

The geology of the site is marine siltstone and sandstone. The soils consist of loamy colluvium derived from sedimentary rock, and residuum of sedimentary rock. The soil types are Steiwer, Chehulpum, and Wellsdale-Willakenzie. During the middle Oligocene era, about 30 million years ago, the Oregon Coast Range began to rise up and form a row of islands to the west of the Salem-Dallas area. There, basins were formed that accumulated several thousand feet of siltstone containing many shallow-water marine animals such as pelecypods (oysters, clams, mussels) and gastropods (snails, slugs).

Today, these siltstone beds are known as the Eugene Formation and they can be found in several of the vineyards in the Eola-Amity Hills. Pearlstad Vineyard has a beautiful example of the Eugene Formation, with siltstone running throughout the vineyard, containing many wonderful marine fossils. We believe these soils are an important part of the terroir of the site and help to make it a special place to grow Chardonnay grapes.

Ken Pearlman

Pelos Sandberg Vineyard

From the onset, “harmony with nature” has played a key role in our practices, so naturally, we have preserved the wild habitat surrounding our vineyard.

Oaks, maples, firs and creeks divide our blocks. A buffer zone of trees, grasses, ferns, blackberries and rocks is kept around our creeks to prevent erosion. In the vineyard, a cover crop of mixed grasses, vetch and legumes is used to avoid runoff in the winter, but also to attract a diverse insect population and add nutrients back into the soil. In growing our grapes, we continue to choose sustainable and organic practices whenever possible. To control weeds, we prefer to hand hoe and in-row cultivate. Our vines are non-irrigated to promote deep root growth. We use a well thought out vineyard management program to ensure a healthy canopy and fruit. Most importantly, we relish the touch of the human hand in all aspects of what we do from pruning in the early spring to harvesting our fruit in the fall.

Pelos Sandberg Vineyard is a LIVE-certified vineyard as of 2010.

7895 SE Amity Rd, Amity, Oregon 97101

Prophet Vineyard

Prophet Vineyard is located in the Eola-Amity Hills AVA within the Willamette Valley.  Its South facing slopes are composed of a variety of both volcanic and marine sedimentary soils.  Large volcanic rocks litter the 25 acre site and fossilized sea shells can also be found in the 11 planted acres.  The vineyard is exposed to the cooling nightly winds that arrive through the Van Duzer Corridor.  Prophet Vineyard stretches from 440 ft elevation up to 620 ft.  The vineyard is LIVE certified, Salmon Safe and farmed sustainably.

The vineyard is exclusively planted with pinot noir.  There are 10 single clone blocks and one true mélange block of 13 clones.  We produce Domaine 524 wines from our vineyard and also sell fruit to a select few wineries in the Eola-Amity Hills AVA.  The goal of the vineyard is to produce absolutely top quality fruit to help craft truly terroir specific wines that can be enjoyed by wine lovers everywhere.

6049 Bethel Heights Rd. NW, Salem, OR 97304

Redford Wetle Vineyard

Proprietor: Myron Redford & Vikki Wetle
Size: 10 acres
Established in 2006
Soil: Jory, Yamhill & Woodburd
Varietals Planted: Pinot Noir, Gamay Noir, Albariño, Sauvignon Blanc
Certified Organic

11750 Eola Hills Road SE, Amity, Oregon 97101

Redhawk Estate Vineyard

Redhawk Vineyard & Winery was founded in 1988. Within a few years, the winery became well known for producing the value priced Pinot Noir, Grateful Red. In the summer of 2005, John & Betty Pataccoli purchased the winery and immediately began a major remodel of the property. The tasting room is fun and informal, the winery has been upgraded and significant improvements to both the infrastructure and health of the vineyard have been made. The results of these improvements are already evident in the improved quality of our wines.

We grow Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, and small amounts of Riesling and Dolcetto. We also have other varietals available for tasting and purchase. We strive to produce small quantities of outstanding yet reasonably priced wines. The winery is family owned and operated with John handling the winemaking and Betty running the business. We currently make 5500 cases.

2995 Michigan City Rd NW, Salem, Oregon 97304

Rose Weber Vineyard

Proprietor: Mark C. Rose
Size: 20 acres planted
Established in 2008
Soil: Jory
Varietals Planted: Pinot Noir

Royer Vineyard

Royer Vineyard sits on the southwest facing tip of the Eola Hills. The vineyard currently has 15 acres planted and focuses soley on Chardonnay and Riesling. Elevation on the site ranges from 600-700′ and the soils are mix of Ritner, Witzel, Nekia, and Jory of volcanic origin. The row orientation of NE-SW takes full advante of the Van Duzer Cooridor winds. The vineyard is home to many native Oregon oaks and is part of the Willamette Valley Oak Accord. In 2019, one acre of the truffle inoculated English Oaks were planted. Chardonnay clones include Dijon 76, 95, and 548 as well as Heritage 5 (108), 15, 27, 66, 72, and 84. Rootstocks include 3309, 101-14, RG, SO4, and Schwartzmann. We believe that sum total of the site (elevtion, aspect, soil), climate, clones and farming practices will proudly show what the Eola-Amity Hills can do with Chardonnay and Riesling.

Seven Springs Vineyard

Evening Land’s Seven Springs Vineyard is situated in the southeastern Eola-Amity Hills. Initially planted to 65 acres in the early 1980s, today the vineyard is home to ~90 acres of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and – to a smaller scale – Gamay Noir. A majority of the vineyard is planted to Pinot Noir and consists of several different grape clones well-suited to the climate, including: Calera, Pommard, Swan and Mt. Eden. Having historically produced some of the finest grapes in America, Seven Springs was selected as one of the top 10 vineyards in America by Food and Wine Magazine. The Pacific Ocean breeze, volcanic soil, eastern exposure, and high elevation contribute to the natural preservation of the grapes’ acidity and enrich the wines with elegant flavors and minerality. The most prevalent soil type at Seven Springs is the iron-rich, volcanic soil known as Jory – it is well-drained, having formed from deposits of igneous rock – with just a thin layer of top soil right along the volcanic flow line. Since Evening Land began farming the property in 2007, the vineyard has been LIVE certified and fully converted to organic and biodynamic farming practices.

4180 Lone Star Rd NW, Salem, Oregon 97304

Sojeau Vineyard

Located on SW exposure of west Eola Hills. 500’-680’ elevation with predominantly Jory, Nekia, Ritner and Witzel soils. Founder Denny Peseau converted this old cherry orchard to vines in 2007. Exclusively Pinot Noir (Pommard, Wadenswil, Dijon 115) on 101-14 and 3309 rootstock and Chardonnay (Dijon 76 and 95) on 3309 rootstock. Managed by Angel Martinez of AVS to the highest standards of LIVE and Salmon Safe. Fruit is sold to Walter Scott, Owen Roe, Evesham Wood, Lingua Franca, Chapter24, Violin and BKB Wines.

6055 Crowley Rd., Rickreall, Oregon 97371

Sometimes A Grape Notion Vineyard

Proprietor:  Jon Spring
Size: 2.14 acres planted
Established in 2015
Soil: Chehulpum (Marine Sedimentary)
Varietals Planted: Pinot Noir (777 and 115 clones)
Aspect: Southwest
Elevation: 240 to 320 feet
Location:  Southwestern Eola-Amity Hills AVA (8345 Crowley Road)
Managed by Northwest Vineyard Services and sustainably farmed

Spirit Hill Vineyard

The Spirit Hill Vineyard is the newest addition to Argyle Winery’s growing portfolio of vineyards.  Sitting on the crown of the Eola-Amity Hills, the vines are treated to a sweeping view of the Cascades, from Mt. Hood to the north to the Three Sisters to the south. This high elevation, cooler site sits at 725 feet with 145 acres planted.

Stand Sure Vineyard

4.69 acres planted

6055 Bethel Heights Rd NW, Salem, OR, 97304

Stangeland Estate Vineyard

Planted by the Miller family in 1978, the vineyard is located on a unique southern exposure in the Eola-Amity Hills AVA at a 350 foot elevation northwest of Salem. This hilltop location, rich soil, and cool climate viticultural region of Oregon combine to create an ideal growing environment.

Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris Originally planted to Pinot Noir (Wadenswil clone) and Chardonnay, additional plantings of Pinot Gris were added in 1986. These three varietals are the foundation of our estate bottled wines. In addition, several other vineyards produce grapes for our vineyard designated wine series, all to the same high standards as Stangeland Estate wines.

Stangeland Vineyards and Winery tasting room is located Northwest of Salem, just minutes from the Oregon State Capital off of Highway 221.  We are on the sunrise side of the Eola Hills, in the heart of the lush Willamette Valley.

8500 Hopewell Road, NW, Salem, Oregon 97304

Stiling Vineyard

Acres Planted: 10.4
Contact: Bob and Kathie Bailey

8600 Oak Grove Road, Rickreall, Oregon 97371

Sunset View Ranch

Acres Planted: 10.4
Contact: Bob and Kathie Bailey

8600 Oak Grove Road, Rickreall, Oregon 97371

Temperance Hill Vineyard

Temperance Hill Vineyard’s first vines went into the ground in 1981.  Pinot Noir is the main winegrape variety planted an there are some white varieties, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris and Gewurztraminer grown here as well.  The soils are Jory and Nekia predominantly.  The elevation starts at 650’ and goes up to 900’.   The vineyard is certified organic and those practices have been used for 14 years.  Over 15 wineries purchase fruit from Temperance Hill Vineyard, many of which produce vineyard designated Pinot Noir from the site.  Those wineries include Adelsheim, Bergstrom, Brooks, Evesham Wood, JK Carrere, Lumos Ransom, St. Innocent, and Walter Scott, to name a few.

Acres Planted:  100
Year Planted:  first vines in 1981
Vineyard Manager:  Dai Crisp

6020 Bethel Heights Rd. NW, Salem, Oregon 97304

Three Angels Vineyard

Proprietor: Ed Fus
Size: 3.2 acres
Established in 2001
Soil: Jory, Nekia
Varietals Planted: Pinot Noir

9099 Three Trees Ln. Amity, OR, 97101

Toluca Lane Vineyard

The Toluca Lane Pinot Noir Vineyard is family owned, boutique, densely planted, and is located near the top of Walnut Hill in the Eola-Amity Hills AVA. Two of the predominant influences of the characteristics of the wines from this area are the shallow Nekia soils and the Van Duzer corridor. The Nekia soils primarily contain weathered volcanic basalt from ancient lava flows. These shallow, well drained soils tend to produce smaller grapes with greater concentration of flavor. The Van Duzer corridor is a break in the coastal range that allows cool ocean winds to flow into the area dropping afternoon temperatures. These afternoon and evening breezes help provide the cool nights that keep acids firm and are essential for optimal ripening.

P.O. Box 273, Amity, Oregon 97101

Valfontis Vineyard

15.58 acres of Pinot Noir

7605 Spring Valley Road NW, Salem, OR, 97304

Vanjohn Vineyard

14.35 acres. Additional Information Coming Soon

Vermeer Vineyard

Vineyard Details Coming Soon

Vivid Vineyards

Vivid Vineyards is nestled on the serene north end of the Eola-Amity Hills AVA. The soil is Jory with an elevation of 500 feet and a south facing slope. The vines enjoy the cool air provided by the Van Duzer Corridor. Our vineyard comprise Chardonnay Dijon clones and Pinto Noir Dijon clones as well as Pommard and Wadenswill. Owned and operated by Bruce and Angelica Wianecki, the vineyard is tended with exceptional care. Experience the delightful views while savoring our estate wine at one of our award winning guest houses, Vivid Vineyards Cottage & Loft.

9140 SE Hillview Drive, Amity, Oregon 97101

Von Oehsen Vineyard

Our family-owned vineyard produces Chardonnay grapes for some of the finest wineries in the Willamette Valley.  Our vineyard is located on the east side of the Eola-Amity Hills. Our nine acres of Chardonnay are planted on Jory, Witzel and Ritner soils in the 400-500 foot range, are situated on gentle north, east, and south slopes, and are cooled by the Van Duzer winds on summer evenings like clockwork. We also have ten acres of Pinot Noir planted on Nekia, Witzel and Ritner soils and are expecting a small first crop this year. We plan to plant out more of our 48-acre property in the future.

3560 Bethel Heights Road NW, Salem, OR, 97304

Wahle – Holmes Hill Vineyard

Vineyard Info Coming Soon


Willakia Vineyard

Proprietor: Ste. Michelle Wine Estates
Size: 120 acres
Established in 2000
Soil: Hazelair, Panther, Stony land, Steiwer, Yamhill
Varietals Planted: Pinot Noir, Chardonnay

6457 SE Amity Rd, Amity, OR 97101

Witness Tree Estate Vineyard

Located within the Eola-Amity Hills in the center of the Willamette Valley (about 50 miles east to west and 150 miles north to south), Witness Tree Vineyard is roughly an hour east of the Pacific Ocean.  It is bounded on the west by the relatively low Coastal Range of Oregon and on the east by the Cascade Mountain Range.

At the top of our hills are the basalt soils known as Nekia and Jory.  Through the mid-slope we have a band of marine sedimentary soils known as Willakenzie.  At the lower elevations in the vineyard we find 15,000 year-old alluvial soils that were washed in at the end of the last ice age.

Year-after-year of farming the same vineyard sites at Witness Tree Vineyard gives Steven Westby, our Winemaker and Vineyard Manager an intimate relationship with the land and its nuances. The vineyards have not been managed with a focus on soil-science, but rather by concentrating on vine growth and the resultant wine quality, learning year-to-year how to best change and adapt trellising, fertilization, cover crop, etc. in order to maximize their character.

7111 Spring Valley Rd NW, Salem, Oregon 97304

Wolf Hill Vineyard

In 1996, the 43.42-acre Wolf Hill Vineyard was purchased and developed by Eola Hills Wine Cellars, significantly increasing the winery’s source of estate-grown cool-climate fruit. This vineyard provides grapes for one of Eola Hills Wine Cellars’ premium wines, Reserve “Wolf Hill” Clone 667 Pinot Noir.

43.42 acres planted.
Varietals: Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir Dijon clones 114, 15 and 667, Chardonnay Espiguette 352, 76, and 96 clones, Maréchal Foch, Muscat Ottonel, Gewürtztraminer
Soils: Concord, Hazelair, Jory, Nekia, Dupee, Willamette, Woodburn

On the east side of Oak Grove Road NW, 0.7 miles north of Hwy 22W

Z’Ivo Vineyard

Proprietor: John and Katherine Zelko
Size: 25.71 acres
Established in 1996|
Soil: Woodburn, Yamhill
Varietals Planted: Pinot Noir, Pinot Blanc

Z’IVO is named in honor of the Zelko family Czech heritage. In Czech, the word means “alive” so Z’IVO can be interpreted as wines that are vibrant. Led by slightly crazed winemaker John Zelko, Z’IVO has been quietly producing world class Pinot Noir in Oregon’s famed Willamette Valley for over a decade. Our densely planted vineyard is on a rocky hillside in the north Eola Hills. Small lot fermentation with native yeasts allows the full expression of Pinot noir to emerge.

18205 SE Walnut Hill Rd, Dayton, Oregon

Zena Crown Vineyard

Acres Planted:  82.48
Years Planted:  2003-2006
Zena West has sedimentary soil, clones 114, 667, 777, 115, 828
Zena East has volcanic soil (Nikia and Jory), clones 4, 777, 667, 114, 828, 115, 4
Zena Middle has 40 acres unplanted­­­­­
All planted with Pinot Noir

5995 Zena Road, Salem, Oregon 97304

Zenith Vineyard

Sustainability speaks to the vision we have of our job as winegrowers. The fruit for outstanding wines can only come from beautiful origins. It is our commitment to respect the land, the vineyard, and the wines that come from our site as things of great beauty, to be carefully and lovingly tended. We are caretakers only. We are charged with delivering this parcel of land to the next generation with healthy soils, intact biology and a vineyard that has a brighter future ahead than even its greatness of the past. Everything we do, we try to do with the attitude of we’re doing this forever, don’t cut corners, don’t make short-run decisions.

Our family lives on the farm and our extended family works here. We are highly motivated to keep Zenith Vineyard a beautiful, healthy place. Zenith Vineyard practices sustainable farming and is Live Certified.

Wineries Producing Vineyard Designates:  Broadley Vineyards, Adelsheim Vineyard, Vincent Wine Company, St. Innocent, Bluebird Hill, Sineann, Seufert Winery.

Owners: Tim and Kari Ramey.
Acres Planted: 83
Varieties Planted:
Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, Tempranillo, Auxerrois and Pinot Blanc.

Zeitoun Vineyard

At just seven acres planted exclusively to Pinot Noir, Zeitoun Vineyard is the smallest of the three vineyards farmed by Coelho Winery. Located on the western side of the crest of the hill on Amity Rd, the soils are silty loam, both Cottrell and Saum-Parrett complex, yielding the darkest-flavored Pinot Noir of all our vineyards. We took over the vineyard in 2014 and started bottling single vineyard wines from it in 2015. Lost now to time, records about which clones were planted in the vineyard are gone, but the resulting wines are always customer favorites. We continue to rehabilitate this vineyard year by year and are coaxing our mysterious fruit to do wonderful things in bottle.

20550 Madrona Ln., Amity, OR 97101