Just west of the town of McMinnville, Oregon, hidden in the rolling coast range foothills you will find the vineyards and wineries of the McMinnville AVA. The 1600+ acres of vineyards are all located between 200 and 1,000 feet above sea level. The most common soil types are marine sedimentary and basalt. The coastal range provides a shadow for the weather coming from the coast creating a unique climate of warm days and cool nights, perfect for growing high quality fruit.The whites are distinguished for their bright, fruit forward profiles. The Pinot Noir wines are known to be rich with strong black and blue fruit flavors. You will enjoy true Oregon country hospitality meeting the wine families of the Mcminnville AVA.