ADELSHEIM-- 503.538.3652 On a beautiful June day in 1971, David & Ginny Adelsheim (right) stood above the open field here and were taken with the beauty of its orange and purple wildflowers. Five hundred feet below... Oregon's north Willamette Valley stretched out in a patchwork of orchards, pasture and native trees.
In 1972, the Adelsheims began planting their original 15-acre vineyard on this site with Pinot noir, Chardonnay, Pinot gris, and Riesling. Relying on family and friends for assistance, they battled weeds, mildew, birds and deer – and the widely perceived futility of growing wine grapes in northern Oregon’s cooler climate.
This unique building with a tower and beautiful back patio perched on the edge of their vineyard is a perfect spot surrounded by fantastic views of the Chehalem Valley.
Ginny Adelsheim is the artist behind all their wine labels, each featuring a different strong woman who is important to the Adelsheim family.
Farming 180 acres, they produce about 50,000 cases annually. They offer about 15 varietals ranging from $25-$85, specializing in Pinot Noir. They produce Pinot noir, Pinot gris, Chardonnay and Pinot blanc.
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In Summer, up to 20 ppl. with good weather, maybe more with 1-2 months advance notice
In winter, up to 12.
$25 tasting fee w/refund with a $45 bottle purchase
Outside food OK
Standard case discount of 14% applies.
Adelsheim Vineyards 1st Harvest 1971