• Coleman Vineyard Tasting Room at Gallery at Ten Oaks

    Sample Coleman Vineyards just minutes from downtown McMinnville at the Gallery at Ten Oaks! Randy and Kim Coleman are winemakers dedicated to producing top-quality Oregon wines while also using sustainable practices in the 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.

  • SchöneTal Cellars

    SchöneTal Cellars, pronounced “Sch-ū-na-tahl” and meaning beautiful valley, is a small producer of pinot noir, with fruit sourced from vineyards that showcase all the wonders of Oregon’s Willamette Valley. Bio-dynamically farmed Meredith Mitchell Vineyard, located in the McMinnville AVA and the Hirschy Vineyard, located in the Yamhill-Carlton AVA provide us with an excellent source of fruit to make our wine. Welcome to McMinnville and enjoy our beautiful valley. Cheers!!

  • J.L. Kiff Vineyard

    We are a small, family-run vineyard and winery hidden in the hills just 10 minutes northwest of McMinnville. Joel and Laurie (the ‘J’ and the ‘L’) farm and produce Pinot Noir (and more) on a 9 acre vineyard. Our winery is a converted pole barn, which is where you can come to taste the wine, too. We are very much a ‘Do It Yourself’ operation, just like it was in Oregon in the early days. When you come here, you will not find fancy decor, but the wine is intriguing and you will be served by the people who own and operate the place.

  • Maysara Winery

    Since 1997, the Momtazi family, led by native-Iranians Moe and Flora, has nurtured the vines and vast acreage that supply fruit for Maysara. The pair have three daughters who also fill important roles at the winery, plus they have created their own small label. Maysara Winery offers several top-notch Oregon Pinot Noirs as well as a Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris. Visitors can even find a sparkling rosé. The winemaking happens in a gigantic building that pairs beautiful stonework with warm wood and some of the biggest doors you’ve ever seen! Tasting room hours vary by season, but from November to May the hours are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

  • 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.

  • Youngberg Hill Vineyards and Inn

    High atop the rolling hills at the edge of McMinnville is Youngberg Hill Vineyards and Inn. Not only is the tasting room best enjoyed while taking in the breathtaking view surrounding it, the inn is lovely place to stay overnight. Youngberg Hill was created in 1989 by Nicolette and Wayne Bailey, who use organic farming practices to this day. All these years later, Wayne is the vineyard manager and winemaker while Nicolette manages the inn and oversees the many special events that take place there each year. Youngberg’s chief claims to fame are its Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris varieties, which may be enjoyed in the tasting room from 10 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.

  • 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.

  • Biggio Hamina Cellars

    Winemaker Todd Hamina has touted the properties of terroir throughout his 20+ years in the wine business, and he brings his low-interference approach to all the wines he creates. The unfiltered offerings at Biggio Hamina (named for Todd and his wife, Caroline Biggio) range from Pinot Noir to Riesling and rosé, all of which may be sampled in a private tasting with Hamina himself with advance notice. Watch the winery’s Facebook page for notice of impromptu or seasonal tasting sessions.

  • 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.