Kramer Vineyards in Oregon Wine Country - Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Sparkling Wines west of Portland

30 Years of Oregon Winegrowing in Yamhill-Carlton

In 1983 Trudy and Keith Kramer acquired their 60 acre property in the Yamhill-Carlton appelation, eventually planting 22 acres of vines. Along with their daughter and winemaker Kim Kramer, we specialize in estate-focused Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay and sparkling wines.

Learn more about our 30-year history and explore our diverse wine collection.

Wines on tap in Gaston and Carlton




We feature a red and white or rosé on tap. Visit our tasting rooms to find out which wines are in rotation.

Visit Kramer Vineyards in two locations

Join us for a wonderful wine tasting experience at our estate property in Gaston or at our charming, downtown Carlton tasting room. 
Vineyard & Winery:
26830 Northwest Olson Road
Gaston, OR 97119
(503) 662-4545
Open Daily 11 am to 5 pm


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at WALLOW Gallery
125 West Main Street
Carlton, OR 97111
Open Friday-Sunday, noon to 5 pm


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Featured Event: Whole Cluster Trial Pinot Noir Flight

Fridays-Sundays, this October

It's harvest season, and in the coming weeks, our crush pad is going to be full of fruit and fermentation! In addition to seeing our crush pad in action, tasting grapes, juice, or fermenting must, taste a set of unique Pinot Noirs from the 2014 vintage.
One of the first winemaking decisions we make with the Pinot Noir, is to destem or leave the fruit intact. This choice has a tremendous impact on the wine, influencing fermentation dynamics profoundly. In 2014, we harvested five tons of Pinot Noir from the same part of the vineyard, and separated the fruit into five fermenters. We added a whole cluster layer in four of these vats, 25%, 50%, 75%, and 100%. The fifth bin was all destemmed. We proceeded with our typical fermentation management protocols, with pumpovers and punch downs twice daily, and pressing at dryness. The wines were aged in older French oak barrels and bottled the winter of 2016.
Taste all five experimental wines, along with the control, the 2014 Pinot Noir Estate, in a seated, side-by-side format.

Tasting Fee: $20/person; complimentary for club members
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