• Wheels N Time

    Carolyn Smithrud has a passion for customer service and a love for the Yamhill Valley leading her in 2013 to open a customized touring service called Wheels N Time. Sharing her knowledge of the area Carolyn is your driver and tour guide where it’s Your Day – Your Way. Carolyn has driven residents from the local area, and visitors from England to Anchorage, New Zealand to New York in her roomy and immaculate Ford Flex accommodating up to six passengers. With deep family roots in Oregon wine country, flawless driving record, friendliness, and professionalism she invites her guests to sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride.

  • Dominio IV Wines

    Viognier, Pinot Noir, Syrah and Tempranillo fruit get finely tuned attention at the hands of winemaker Patrick Reuter and his wife, Leigh Bartholomew. The couple touts the small-batch, biodynamically grown approach to grapes, partnering with other growers who share their priorities. In the McMinnville tasting room, visitors can sample single varietals and blends alike while enjoying the ambiance of a remodeled agricultural building in the Granary District that also houses a barrel room and laboratory. Enjoy a bottle at Dominio IV today or take full advantage of its age-worthy nature. The tasting room is open noon to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

  • Winderlea McMinnville Tasting Room

    If you looked up “boutique winery” in the dictionary, you might find a photo of Winderlea founders Bill Sweat and Donna Morris on the page. The pair, originally from Boston, have staged a second career in Oregon as winemakers who focus on small batches of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay that’s crafted with limited intervention. In fact, the entire Winderlea staff is made up of transplants. One is from South Carolina, another is from Arizona and one is even from Scotland! You can meet some of these adopted Oregonians at the Winderlea tasting room, which it shares in Downtown McMinnville with Brittan Vineyards. It’s open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.

  • Coeur de Terre Vineyard

    Scott and Lisa Neal established this winery in 1998, planting each grapevine by hand on a small, three-acre plot. Their acreage at the foot of the Coast Range has expanded significantly since then, but their workforce has not. The couple proudly grafts, grows, plants, tends and harvests fruit together, then cooperatively turns grape juice into quintessential Oregon Pinot Noir. The “Heart of the Earth” varietals are mainly Pinots, but some Rieslings and rosés are available as well. Visitors can meet members of the Neal family and taste a glass of their single-mindedness from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day in the tasting room.

  • Westrey Wine Company

    Westrey, founded in 1993, focuses on the “big three” of varietals for Oregon wine country: Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Chardonnay. The winemaking process is a collaboration between Amy Wesselman and David Autrey, who use fruit from three area vineyards to create sophisticated, food-friendly wines. The grapevines all are planted at different elevations and they each have different ages, a combination that gives Autrey and Wesselman complex flavors to work with. With both single-varietals and single-vineyard wines on offer, Westrey Wine Company is at the top of its craft.

  • Coleman Vineyard

    Randy and Kim Coleman are another pair of winemakers dedicated to producing top-quality Oregon wines while also using sustainable practices in the growing and farming process. They tout the benefits of cover crops, composting and in-row cultivation in extending the life of the vines and the soil in their blocks, which abut the Van Duzer Corridor through the Coast Range. Coleman Vineyard Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, and Syrah all bear the terroir of the area’s silty clay loam over fractured volcanic basalt. Samples can be had at the vineyard from noon to 5 p.m. Friday through Sunday each week and by appointment other times.

  • Ransom Wine Co. & Distillery Tasting Room

    It’s not often that a winery is born out of a distillery parentage, but then again, Ransom is unique in many ways. Tad Seestedt founded Ransom Spirits in 1997 and initially crafted grappa and brandy. A few years later, the winemaking portion of the business bloomed with a few small-batch offerings. Through the years, Ransom has added gin, vodka, whisky and vermouth to the lineup. Visitors to McMinnville, Oregon can enjoy the full range of Ransom’s creations at the new tasting room on Third Street. Sample wine and spirits, or the staff would be happy to whip up a signature cocktail featuring Ransom’s distilled delights. The spot is open Thursday & Sunday 11am-5pm; Friday & Saturday 11am-7pm.

  • Elizabeth Chambers Cellar

    A boutique label run by Liz Chambers herself, this winery located in McMinnville’s former power station highlights the elegant Pinot Noirs created by winemaker Michael Stevenson. With a long history of involvement with Willamette Valley vineyards, both Chamber and Stevenson strive to elevate the spirit of their Pinots using the flavors nature has given them. Guests can sample the award-winning results from noon to 5 p.m. daily in the renovated historical building.

  • Yamhill Valley Vineyards

    Holding the honor of being the oldest vineyard in the McMinnville AVA, Yamhill Valley Vineyards’ first vintage was bottled in 1983. Founders Denis Burger, Elaine McCall and David Hinrichs have literally build their vineyard from the ground up. Even the majestic iron gates that open for visitors speak to the legacy that this area pioneer has established. Yamhill Valley Vineyards’ main favorites are Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc, Chardonnay and a semi-sweet Riesling. For decades the winery’s creations have won awards across the globe, and guests are welcome to enjoy a flight from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.

  • Naked Winery

    Naked Winery is a force. With vineyards all over Oregon and Washington, the Hood River-based winery likes to bring a little tease to its tasting rooms. The winery produces a number of reds and whites as well as some sweet wines and even a collection of sparkling wines. The reds include Pinot Noir and Barbera, and the white offerings range from Chardonnay to Muscat. There’s even a line of Outdoor Vino that comes in a plastic bottle. NW’s tasting room in McMinnville, Oregon is the latest outpost for the Gorge winery, and visitors can find at least eight Naked wines to sample. It’s open from noon to 7 p.m. Monday-Thursday, noon to 8 p.m. Friday-Saturday, and noon to 6 p.m. on Sundays.

  • Remy Wines

    Visitors in search of a truly unique experience must be sure to explore Remy Wines, where the attention is on small batches made solely of single varietal Italian wines. Who’d have guessed that the heart of Oregon’s wine country would feature a winery that works exclusively with Barbera, Sangiovese, Lagrein and Dolcetto. Winemaker Remy Drabkin has been sharing her obsession with niche, single-vineyard fruit since 2006, and you can savor the results yourself in the Remy Wines tasting room. It’s open noon to 6 p.m. every day.

  • Walnut City WineWorks

    Back in the 1980s when big hair and new wave music were kings, John Gilpin and John Davidson got together to form a lasting friendship, the beneficiaries of which are hundreds of Yamhill County acres covered in grapevines. The pair harnessed the antique charm of an old walnut processing building in McMinnville to house their wine label, which got its start in 1999. Since then, Walnut City Wineworks has offered a range of Pinot Noirs to enthusiastic customers as well as Gewürztraminer, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay and others. Discover the magic of this partnership at the tasting room from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Thursday through Sunday.

  • Brittan Vineyards

    Veteran winemaker and Pinot Noir devoté Robert Brittan harnesses the distinct taste that comes from grapes planted at the base of the Coast Range. A Napa Valley transplant, Brittan focuses on this varietal and the many flavors it can provide based on the soil the vines call home. Starting with the 2006 crop, he’s been creating elegant Pinots that display the same intensity as he brings to his job; in recent years Brittan has added Chardonnay and Syrah to the repertoire. Brittan Vineyards’ tasting room in the Granary District is open 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday through Monday and by appointment at other times.

  • Eola Hills Wine Cellars McMinnville Tasting Room & Wine Bar

    The popular winery in Rickreall brings its tasty wares to the historic McMinnville Mercantile Building in order to expand its glory to more visitors. Eola Hills offers hands-down the widest array of varietals, blends and dessert wines among all the vineyards in Oregon wine country. From Pinot Noir and Merlot to Zinfandel and Riesling, Eola Hills has got guests covered. The McMinnville tasting room opened recently in downtown and welcomes visitors between noon and 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday, noon to 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and noon to 6 p.m. Sunday.

  • Vinum Ferus

    Vinum Ferus Wine & Iron captures the passion and artistry of husband and wife Mark & Natalie Lee.  Mark fabricates everything from wrought iron gates & handrails to furniture to a winemaker’s crazy stainless steel ideas. Natalie produces unique pinot noirs. Their new space is half iron shop and half wine bar/tasting room. Taste her delicious wines or buy a bottle of wine from her funky and eclectic curated selection from all over the world. The wine bar is open Thursday – Sunday Noon to 5:00.

  • Terra Vina Wines & Wine Bar

    Owners Karl and Carole Dinger have their hands on many projects. Karl is the winemaker while Carole rides herd on most everything else. The pair incorporate fruit from Washington, eastern Oregon and the Chehalem Mountains AVA when creating vintages for their two labels: Terra Vina and La Famiglia. Riesling, Sangiovese, red blends and Syrah are just a few of the offerings that can find their way onto a tempting flight for any visitor to the tasting room. Speaking of the tasting room, it’s a gorgeous place to hang out, people-watch and spend a happy afternoon in downtown McMinnville. Check it out from 12-7 p.m. Thursday to Saturday, 12-5 p.m. Sunday, and Mondays 2-7 p.m.

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