Experience the beauty and bounty of Fairsing Vineyard. Fairsing Vineyard grows and crafts beautifully-textured Pinot noir and Chardonnay high among the hills of the Yamhill-Carlton AVA. Enjoy our estate wines and inspired hospitality paired with panoramic views extending from the Cascades to the Coastal Mountain Ranges.Estate Experiences available by appointment with with all guests reserved for the same experience. Open Wednesday through Sunday.• SEATED TASTINGS are guided by a Fairsing team member and include a flight of current release estate wines.• ELEVATED SEATED TASTINGS include an array of charcuterie, cheese, fruits, nuts, spreads, and small bites to enjoy with flight of current release offerings. Reservations (and dietary preferences) requested 5 days in advance.• PATIO SEATING includes a flight of current release estate wines guided by a Fairsing team member on our patio with panoramic Valley views.• ADIRONDACK SEATING combines bottle service with majestic views of the Valley. Priority access reserved for Fairsing Wine Club members. Inclement weather affects availability. Plan accordingly (pack an extra layer). Re-scheduling may be required.• CURBSIDE service and retail shopping available. Enjoy light bites of fresh-baked gougères, roasted rosemary nuts, or cocoa-dusted chocolate truffles available in the tasting room.Connect with our hospitality team 503.560.8266 with inquiries. Enjoy spacious exterior patios, cozy fireplaces, expansive lawn, and a meditative labyrinth just a few steps from the tasting room. Nestled within a certified sustainable forest, Fairsing Vineyard draws upon the enduring farming and merchant traditions of the owner’s Irish ancestors.The overall design of the Fairsing tasting room and event space is reminiscent of ancient structures found in Ireland’s countryside.Established in 2005, Fairsing is distinguished by its ancient sedimentary soils, varied topography and biodiversity. Fairsing Vineyard is a certified member of the Low Input Viticulture and Enology (LIVE) and Salmon Safe programs, the American Tree Farm System, and founding member of the Willamette Valley Oak Accord.Fairsing is planted to over 42 acres of Chardonnay and Pinot noir on south-facing slopes ranging from 400 to 750 in elevation. Selections include Dijon 76, 95, 667, 777, 114, 115, Pommard, Wadensvil, and Entav varieties.With over 40 years of viticulture and winemaking knowledge, Robert Brittans extensive winemaking experience ensures Fairsing wines reflect the abundant beauty and complexity of the estate.
- Outdoor seating
- Certified sustainable
- Dog friendly
- Wheelchair accessible
Beautiful views, lovely wine
During a stop at a Delta Sky Club on our way to Oregon for a week of wine tasting, a gentleman seated near us recommended Fairsing as one of his favorite Willamette Valley wineries, so we decided to give it a try. We're glad we did. The drive up to this hilltop winery is beautiful and the views from the tasting room are spectacular. The wines were very good, as well. We really enjoyed our server (sorry, can't recall his name) who spent lots of time with us, explaining the wines, sharing stories about the area - and even recommending other wineries for us to visit.
Breath Taking Views and Captivating Wines
On our Oregon holiday we visited Fairsing Winery on the recommendation of a friend who is a member. We opted for the Elevated Tasting, which featured a rose, three Pinot Noirs and a Chardonnay. In addition, we enjoyed a large charcuterie and cheese board that was a nice foil for the wines. The first thing that strikes you after the ten minute drive to the top the hill are the stunning views (yes once your GPS says you have arrived there is still a trek up the hill!). The views feature vineyards, rolling hills and distant peaks (Mt Jefferson and Mt St Helena). The tasting room is modern with tall ceilings and glass walls looking out at the country side. The server was knowledgeable and struck a nice balance between being helpful and letting us enjoy the offerings with ourselves. The wines are more Burgundian than New World. I found them elegant and feminine with complex flavors and a long finish. The food was more than enough for lunch for the two of us. The $60/person is more than fair for all that is offered. I would definitely recommend Fairsing for your Yamhill wine tasting adventure.
A wonderful stop with amazing views and delicious wine!
One of our favorite stops on our recent visit to the Willamette Valley wine region. Drawn to it due to the 360 degree views noted in travel booklet, we decided to head there on our way to Portland, and were so happy that we did. The tasting room manager, Brandy Grey, was welcoming and conversational. They had a nice selection of logo inspired gear, their signature black logo vests were purchased by all four in our party. Rather than tasting we opted for a bottle of the Rose of Pinot Noir which was delicious. Scenic vistas, and accomodating staff made this a very fun last stop!
Cheap and Stingy
The view is indeed sensational, the service not so much. The pours were the stingiest I have ever had. There were many seats on the patio that looked out on the great view. But in order to sit there you had to buy an entire bottle. Pretty chintzy. The wine was just ok so not worth a bottle.
Wine tasting disappointment
After traveling up their steep switchback road in hopes of enjoying a glass of wine we were met with great disappointment and told "no, things have changed during COVID" ....this was delivered with a very curt additude. It is so sad that hospitality has also died of COVID.