JUST ONE HOUR, but a world away from Portland in the heart of the Eola-Amity Hills, Bethel Heights Vineyard is tucked away in a peaceful, rolling landscape of rich farmland and open vistas. We offer relaxed hospitality, spirit restoring views, and seductive wines that express the unique character of our 40-year- old family estate vineyard.
OUR TASTING ROOM IS OPEN DAILY FROM 11AM to 5PM
$15 tasting fee happily refunded with wine purchase. Tasting fees are always waived for Cellar Club members. We kindly ask that parties of eight or more please call ahead to arrange your visit.
PRIVATE TASTINGS are also available, along with an array of Tasting Experiences (below) available by appointment every day of the week.
CELLAR CLUB MEMBERS receive a discount on all Tasting experiences. Please call the winery for details at (503) 581-2262, or sign up here: Bethel Heights Cellar Club.
June 25th- ALL DAY for private event
September 8th – ALL DAY for Cellar Club event
September 10th – ALL DAY for staff retreat
AMONG THE VINES TASTING EXPERIENCE – $55
Join your personal Bethel Heights guide for a walking tour of our vineyard, tailored to your special interest and fitness level. While among the vines, explore the meaning of terroir as you taste one of our small production Pinot noirs or Chardonnays, on the spot where it was grown.Then meander back to the winery library for a guided tasting of our full array of estate grown wines paired with wine friendly bites from the Bethel Heights kitchen.
Paired with local and seasonally-inspired bites from the Bethel Heights Kitchen. Vegetarian and Gluten Free options available by request and with 48 hours notice.
Cellar Club Members receive a discount on all Tasting Room experiences. Please call the winery for details at (503) 581-2262.
BEYOND THE BLOCKS – $75
– THE ULTIMATE BETHEL HEIGHTS TERROIR TASTING –
Private tasting in the Library of four new wines with complementary small bites.
$75 per person.
What are designated vineyard blocks but arbitrary lines in the sand, drawn for the convenience of tractors? What happens when the lines begin to blur, when other more ancient realities begin to assert themselves – layers of geologic and organic evolution, patterns of wind and sun, all running crosswise and sideways to your neat grid of lines and squares?
When the vines finally discover those underlying realities, and bring them forth into wine, then it’s time to go beyond the blocks and put something new in the bottle.