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We have 18 acres of planted vineyard in the Melrose area of the Umpqua Valley wine
region, 8 miles west of I-5. Our goal is to produce the higest quality of wine grape
possible. Most varietals were planted in 2002. We are on a west facing hillside slope, with
an elevation of 680 feet at the top and 550 feet at the bottom. Our trellis system is vertical
shoot position. We use drip irrigation with fertigation. Our fruit is cropped to 2-3 tons per
acre and is cane pruned. We sell our fruit to several wineries in Oregon, and plan on
opening our tasting room in June of 2009. We also have a B&B guest cottage next to the
vineyard where guests can stay and “taste the place.”

Tasting Room Hours: Fri - Sun 11-5pm

Wine Region: Umpqua

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