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Oregon’s oldest vineyard and winery, Hillcrest Vineyard was established in 1961.  Family owned and operated, they specialize in small lot wines handcrafted from the state’s oldest vineyards.  These hillside vineyard sites, with their low yielding dry farmed vines, are naturally grown allowing each of their wines to develop their own unique personality and character.  In the cellar they honor old world traditions, employing gentle gravity flow winemaking techniques and a hands-off approach that allows the perfume and supple texture of their wines to be captured in every glass.

Tasting Room Hours: Open March 1 - december 31 11:00am - 5:00pm

Wine Region: Umpqua

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