Nestled within a certified sustainable forest, Fairsing Vineyard draws upon the enduring farming and merchant traditions of the owner's Irish ancestors. Sweeping panoramic views showcase the Northern Willamette Valley and peaks from the Cascades to the Coastal Mountain Ranges.
The overall design of the Fairsing Vineyard tasting room and event space is reminiscent of ancient structures found in the Irish countryside. Enjoy the generous exterior patios, intimate seating areas, cozy fireplaces and stroll the labyrinth while taking in the surrounding majestic landscape.
Established in 2005 in the Yamhill-Carlton AVA, Fairsing Vineyard is distinguished by its ancient sedimentary siltstone, varied topography and biodiversity. Over forty acres of Chardonnay and Pinot noir are planted on south-facing slopes ranging from 400 to 750 in elevation and include Dijon 667, 777, 114, 115, Pommard and Wadensvil selections.
Winemaker Robert Brittan’s extensive wine making experience ensures Fairsing Vineyard wines reflect the abundant beauty and complexity of the estate.
Committed to nurturing the land through sustainable agriculture practices, Fairsing Vineyard is a certified member of the Low Input Viticulture and Enology (LIVE) and Salmon Safe programs, the American Tree Farm System, and signatory of the Willamette Valley Oak Accord.