Emerson Vineyards- Multi-Generational Winery in the Willamette Valley
Emerson Vineyards is a family-owned and operated winery located in the center of Oregon’s Willamette Valley. This multi-generational run winery covers almost 127 hectares of land in the lower hills of the coastal range. The winemakers at Emerson Vineyards believe there is nothing more satisfying than working in the vineyards and creating something beautiful and unique with their own hands. Each generation works hard to protect the natural environment and make the best wines possible from their beautiful region.
Inspiration Behind the Winery
Organic and sustainable methods are used throughout the vineyards and the winery production. The name of the winery comes from Emerson Waldo Fisher, the grandfather of the owner, Tom. This namesake winery has true family pride throughout their winemaking practices. Tom continually inspires family members to carry on their winemaking traditions and work hard for the joy of creating excellent wines.
Unique Wines Reflecting the Features of the Region
Emerson Vineyards are spread across an area of 315 acres, and 60 acres are currently under vine. Nearly all the products used for production are organic, there are no heavy chemicals or pesticides used in the vineyards. The climate, rainfall, and soil in the region add dynamic challenges and complexity to the cultivation of vines. They have cover crops between each row of vines and use grape skins as natural fertilizers throughout their property. The winery grows a variety of grapes in their vineyards including Pinot Noir, Viognier, Baco Noir, Marchal Foch, Leon Millot, and Oberlin Noir.
The best grapes are handpicked at Emerson Vineyards to craft their red, white, rosé, and fortified wines.
Their wines are unique and show the quality and features of the Willamette Valley. The winery’s focus is on Pinot Noir, but they also make other red wines as well as aromatic white wines. We invite you to explore the range of wines at Emerson and book a visit to the winery today.