Hours: by appointment
Mahonia aquifolium, named by Lewis and Clark on their epic journey to the Pacific, is the Oregon state flower and our vineyard's namesake. Also called “Oregon Grape" because of its blue berries, this northwest native and our wine grapes both thrive in the unique habitat of our site in the Willamette Valley foothills. We sell our fruit to some of Oregon’s best winemakers for their own vintages, and they craft a limited amount of award-winning wines exclusively from our grapes that we sell under our Mahonia Vineyard label.
Founder/Owner John Miller and Vineyard Manager Ferenc Ipacs-Szabo work together to ensure the highest quality wines by limiting yields and employing best practices. Our grapes are grown sustainably in our family-owned vineyard: We generate solar power, use locally-produced biodiesel, and are both Salmon-Safe and LIVE certified. Our definition of profit includes giving back to Oregon communities and ecosystems, especially those benefiting children, such as Family Building Blocks, and the environment, such as SOLV.