Kramer Vineyards in Oregon Wine Country - Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Sparkling Wines west of Portland
30 Years of Oregon Winegrowing
Kramer Vineyards, one of Oregon’s early wineries celebrates 30 years of growing in Oregon’s Yamhill-Carlton region.
Since first purchasing its 60-acre property in 1983 and with 22-acres of wine grapes planted, owners Keith and Trudy Kramer along with their daughter and winemaker, Kim Kramer have grown Kramer Vineyards to one of the top sparkling producers in Oregon.
Visit us at the vineyard in Gaston to taste six vintages of Pinot Noir from the Heritage block at our annual vertical tasting. These Pinot Noirs are truly unique--a pure expression of Pinot Noir from our vineyard. From our oldest vines planted in 1984, this one-acre site consists of 100% own-rooted Pommard clones. The grapes from this part of the vineyard showed promise early on.
In the 90s, owners Trudy and Keith Kramer consistently selected barrels from this block to go into their Pinot Noir Reserve wines. Starting in 2003, they began bottling the Heritage block Pinot Noir under its own label. The Heritage Pinot Noirs are among our most structured, cellar-worthy wines.
$15/person, complimentary for Cellar Door Club Members