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"I love this place so much I became a member. It is one of the oldest vineyards in Oregon, and the grounds are lovely. The setting is quaint, set right in front of the vineyards, and there are tables inside and outside. Grab a bottle and soak up the sun in the spring and summer or hang out inside during the winter."
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Tualatin Estate Vineyard, established in 1973 by wine pioneers Bill Fuller and Bill Malkmus, is one of the oldest and most respected vineyard sites in Oregon's Willamette Valley. Wine grapes from this 171-acre vineyard have produced world-renowned wines for more than 45 years.
Our Tualatin Estate Tasting Room is open for on-site service with new safety procedures in place to accommodate the guidelines outlined by the Oregon Health Authority.
You may reserve outdoor or indoor seating at our Tualatin Estate Vineyard. At this time, we are limiting tastings to groups of up to 6 people for 90 minutes each.
Tualatin is the only vineyard to have won the Best of Show for both the red and white categories at the London International Wine Competition in the same year.
Tualatin’s Pinot Noir captured the Governor’s Trophy, Oregon’s most prestigious wine award, two years consecutively in 1994 and 1995. This is a feat unduplicated by any Oregon winery. Tualatin Estate Vineyard is proudly owned and operated by Willamette Valley Vineyards since 1997.
The name “Tualatin” originates from local indigenous people and means “gentle and easy flowing,” referring to the Tualatin River that meanders on its way to the confluence with the Willamette River. The site is located in the coastal rain shadows near Forest Grove, Oregon. It is planted with Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Riesling, Gewürztraminer, Muscat and Pinot Blanc. Our most recent plantings reflect the site’s affinity to ripening Pinot Noir, with forty-five new acres planted to seven different French clones, all grafted onto phylloxera-resistant rootstock. The new plantings are spaced at twice the plant density of the original vineyard to improve vineyard ripening potential by limiting the crop on a per plant basis. This will yield wines that are more consistent from year to year as well as more complex structurally due to the clonal diversity.
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