Plum Hill Vineyards
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Plum Hill Vineyards is a small, family-owned winery in a pastoral setting with mountain views, between the towns of Forest Grove and Gaston, Oregon, Currently, growing Pinot Noir, Riesling, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, Schronberger,and Pinot Blanc. The winery is built on a historic dairy farm where existing farm buildings are being use as a tasting room and processing facilities. It is the ultimate recycle project. Our vinryard locations are in the northern reaches of the Willamette Valley, the first vineyard is sited on a hill with views of the expanding cities of Forest Grove and Verboort. The vineyard site starts about a quarter of the way up the hill, normally above the fog line, at an elevation of approximately 400 feet facing due east, topping out at approximately 500 feet with exposures bending from the southeast through the southwest. The larger 33 acre Vineyard and Tasting Room are located north of the city of Gaston with elevations from 250 – 350 feet.
Tasting Room Hours: 11am - 5 pm daily, 12-5 Sun
Wine Region: North Willamette
- Bike Friendly
- Pet Friendly
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