Featuring local wineries

Our restaurant and lounge is proud to serve wines from nearby wineries in central Oregon and throughout the Pacific Northwest. Read more about the vineyards featured. 

Ponzi

One of the pioneering vineyards of the Willamette Valley has more than 40 years of experience under its cork.

Domaine Serene

This long-running, family-owned, award-winning Oregon winery specializes in rich Pinot Noirs and velvety Chardonnays.

Chehalem

Cool-climate varietals are the specialty of this three-vineyard estate vintner located in the northern Willamette Valley.

Sokol Blosser Winery

Sustainability and great wines go hand-in-hand at the first U.S. winery to receive LEED certification.

Lange

With more than two decades of experience producing world-class Oregon wines, the Lange Estate is a premier producer of Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Chardonnay.

Adelsheim

Since first planting northern European grapes in Oregon in 1972, Adelsheim represents one of the state’s longest-running wine-making traditions.

Argyle

This well respected winery has grown steadily over the years, and boasts seven wines with 90+ scores from Wine Enthusiast.

King Estate

This family-owned winery specializes in organically grown and sustainably farmed Pinots.

Four Graces

Lead by French-born winemaker Laurent Montalieu, Four Graces uses sustainable and biodynamic farming practices to produce elegant and supple wines.

Eola Hills

Situated on terrain in the northwest Willamette Valley with a unique micro-climate, this winery’s distinctive terroir and French oak barrel aging produce subtle and complex wines.

Stoller

This family-owned property, started by Chelhalem co-owner Bill Stoller, was the first-ever LEED Gold-certified property in the world.

Drouhin

The Drouhin family’s wine-making tradition stretches back to Burgundy in the 1880s. That experience has shaped the techniques they use to produce classic wines.

Erath

Founder Dick Erath planted some of the first wine grapes in Oregon and more than 40 years of experience in the Dundee Hills shapes these highly respected Pinot Noirs.

Archery Summit

Archery Summit’s wine cellar is cut from volcanic rock and maintains an ideal temperature of 55 throughout the year — the only Oregon winery with natural caves to age and mature its wine.

Willakenzie

This family-owned winery takes its name from the sedimentary soil that gives its wines such unique terroir.