Oregon state wines reflect the essence of the land where they grow and of the people who craft them.

The soils, the weather, and the gentle sunny slopes in Oregon enable winegrapes to ripen slowly during the summer and fall and to develop exquisite flavors. Winegrowers and winemakers exhibit deep appreciation for the land, knowing that this special ' terroir' makes it possible to create palate-pleasing world-class wines.

The people who create Oregon wine are families, farmers, artisans and good stewards of the land. Among these people are visionaries and pioneers with a passion for Pinot Noir and other outstanding wines. Even Oregon's largest wineries are small by world standards. The wines are truly handcrafted reflections of the winemakers and the land; they are produced in small lots rather than corporate quantities.

Our Oregon Wineries

Domaine Serene

Domaine Serene Vineyards and Winery produces exquisite estate grown Pinot Noir and Chardonnay made atop the renowned Dundee Hills of Oregon. Its vineyard management and winemaking practices are designed to ensure complex, concentrated and elegant Pinot Noir and Chardonnay year after year, and all resources are focused on this goal. Domaine Se ...

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J. Christopher

Founded in 1996 by Oregon native Jay Christopher Somers, J. Christopher specializes in Pinot Noir made in the classic style of Burgundy and Sauvignon Blanc modeled after the great wines of Sancerre.  Traditional Old World and biodynamic vineyard management principles are followed: don’t force the vineyard, don’t over-irrigate, ...

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Ken Wright Cellars

Located in rural Carlton, Oregon, Ken Wright Cellars is devoted to single vineyard Pinot Noir that showcase the terroir of some of the Willamette Valley's top vineyards. Assiduous attention is paid to optimal site selection and vineyard health. Source is everything. When you work with great sites, great things can happen. These great thing ...

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King Estate

King Estate is nestled in the bucolic Lorane Valley about 150 kilometers south of the better known Pinot Noir growing region around Dundee and Yamhill-Carlton in the northern Willamette Valley.  Although farther to the south, King Estate lies closer to the cool breezes of the Pacific Ocean, resulting in a slightly cooler climate that rend ...

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Sokol Blosser

When Sokol Blosser planted their first vines in 1971, there was no wine industry in Oregon. Today, with 793 wineries and 35,000 acres of vineyards, Oregon wines are available throughout the world.  Sokol Blosser is a family-owned and run operation that has been a leader in environmentally friendly viticulture and business practices s ...

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Torii Mor

The name ‘Torii Mor’ is an integration of the Japanese the word for a gate to sacred place and the ancient Scandinavian word ‘Mor’ which means: "earth."  By integrating these two distinct languages, the metaphor of the vine as a sacred gate to the earth through which beautiful things come is formed.  ...

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