The Eyrie Vineyards

First Pinot noir in the Willamette Valley, America’s first Pinot gris

New Tasting Room Hours, and New Old “Elva”

Filed under: , , — EyrieVineyards at 12:22 am on Friday, March 7, 2014

Join us at our working winery in McMinnville for wine tasting and tales of Oregon wine history!  Current vintages available for tasting, as well as rare wines from our Cellar-Certified Library.

Where: The Eyrie Vineyards winery, 935 NE 10th Avenue @ Alpine, McMinnville

When: Daily, 12:00 - 5:00  (Open July 4th, closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Week through New Year’s Day.)

    Tasting fee:  Exploration flight, 6 wines, $15;  Library tasting, usually 2 wines, $10.  One tasting fee may be waived per every $60 spent, and sharing is welcomed.

    For more information or to book groups of 8 or more, please contact us at 503.472.6315 or 888.440.4970 or email

    CLICK HERE to download a map to the winery.
    elvamachine Re-introducing the Elva!

    “Something about our old ’70’s Swiss hand-bottler glittering under its dust stirred an idea: If a machine can fill a bottle, why can’t it empty one?”

    I began to see a solution to a problem that’s been occupying me ever since we opened our tasting room: “How can we serve library wines so that every glass is perfect?” - Jason Lett

    Taste the newly-purposed old Elva in action, at our winery tasting room.

    “From grape-growing to elevage, this is an artisanal, non-interventionist, unique operation that continues to turn out some of the most fascinating wines on the planet.” Jay Miller, Wine Advocate

    “The Eyrie Vineyards has not missed a beat since Jason Lett took over the reins from his late father, Oregon legend David Lett.” – 10/09 Wine Advocate

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