Iris Vineyards

About Iris Vineyards

From an unassuming gate, a mile-long, winding, country lane meanders through beautiful woodland. If you look closely, you might catch a view of the deer, coyotes, or black bear that call this forest home. You’ll also notice oak savannah habitat being restored, a special type of forest ecosystem that once covered much of the Willamette Valley but was almost lost. Upon cresting the hill and leaving the woodland, you pause. Fifty acres of vines stretch before you. Chalice Vineyard fills its namesake, south facing, bowl-shaped valley, surrounded by the rolling foothills of the Oregon Coast Mountain Range. In spring, wild Douglas iris can be seen blooming across the hills. Continuing down the one lane road through the vines, you realize you’ve arrived at a special place; Iris Vineyards.

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