"We consider ourselves a vineyard winery, aiming to reflect what the vineyard has produced, purely, with minimal processing and without compromising great fruit. Our name, Chehalem, translates to Valley of Flowers in the Native American language, Calapooia. It’s our goal to follow the example set centuries ago: to treat our land with great care and to continue our mission of creating a sustainable future."
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• July 2021

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K&S Comments:

“Chehalem was bought by Stoller wine group in 2017 but they still maintain their independence as a brand. It seems like a good relationship because Chehalem wines are distinctly different from Stoller wines, even those sourced from the same vineyard. Fruit forward and “unmanipulated” their Pinot is legit. A great last stop during the height of summer. A cool, indoor tasting or classy Pinots with some charcuterie will hit the spot.”


K&S Notes:

• Quaint spot on the highway between Newberg & Chehalem.
• Tasting room is a converted garage. 
• A classic Pinot house.
• You can’t picnic here but you can order charcuterie boxes.
• Live music on Friday Nights.
• “Refillables” are a great option to traditional bottles.

Winery Type:

Public, Traditional

Tasting Fee:

$20 – 6 Wines
(waived w/$50 purchase)


Riesling, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, Grüner Veltliner, Pinot Noir

Bottle Price:

$20 – $135


~20K Cases