Daily: 11am - 5pm
Please note, we will be closed Tuesday, July 7th for a private event.
At Stoller, our roots run deep. The family established the property in 1943 and the vineyard fifty years later. Today, we are the largest contiguous vineyard in Oregon’s Dundee Hills, and our fruit is 100% estate grown. We control every step of the process, from pruning to bottling and everything in between. The result is award-winning wines that are balanced, complex, and consistently exceptional.
Much has changed from the original farm, but one thing remains constant: our pioneering spirit. Our winery is the first in in the world to receive LEED Gold certification, attesting that our winery is sustainably built and environmentally friendly. We constantly seek new ways to refine and protect our remarkable legacy, so that it can thrive for generations to come. Awarded 2014 Northwest Winery of the Year by Wine Press Northwest.
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Combine your passion for running and love of fine wine in one event! The spectacular and challenging course will take you past some of the most acclaimed wineries in Oregon, winding through pristine vineyards and providing a breathtaking view from the top of the Dundee Hills. For more information and to register, visit fueledbyfinewine.com.
07/18/2015 12:00pm - 4:00pm
Twenty five of the Willamette Valley finest rosé producers join together for this annual event at Patton Valley Vineyard. Stroll through the vineyard while being serenaded by two live bands and noshing on food prepared by Portland’s Crown Paella, a wood fired pizza truck from Fire Box Food, and cold treats from Ono Shaved Ice. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit pattonvalleyvineyard.com.
Practice Yoga with the Cole women of YoYoYogi (one of the nation's top 10 yoga studios!) Drink Stoller wine, feast on a fully-catered lunch created by Dundee favorite, Red Hills Market, and chill out to rhythmic sounds of Dub Sutra, the ultimate dynamic downtempo duo. Tickets are $98/person. For more info and to purchase tickets, contact email@example.com or visit yoyoyogi.com. Bring: Blanket, mat and be ready to appreciate life’s simple pleasures. If you are traveling from Portland, Lululemon is providing the transportation. Buses will leave from the Pearl District store at 10:30 am.
Willamette Shakespeare will be presenting Taming of the Shrew. We welcome you to bring a picnic or purchase one at the show. Stoller wine will be sold by the glass and bottle. Event is free to the public. No outside alcohol permitted. Showtime Friday & Saturday is 7pm; Sunday at 6pm. For more information, visit willametteshakespeare.org.
The annual Wine Country Half Marathon starts right here at Stoller Family Estate. The 13.1 mile scenic course runs through four Willamette Valley AVAs (Dundee Hills, Yamhill-Carlton, Chehalem Mountains, and Ribbon Ridge) and finishes in the town of Carlton for the popular post-race Wine & Music Festival. For more information and to register, visit destinationraces.com.
08/22/2015 5:00pm - 9:00pm
This evening 5k and/or 1k tasting walk through our vineyard is sure to be a fun one - complete with local food carts at the finish line. For more information and to register, visit wickedwinerun.com.
Bill was born here on the property and raised on the family farm outside of Dayton, Oregon. He received a degree in business and economics from Pacific University, as well as an MBA from Portland State University. In 1983, Bill co-founded Express Employment Professionals, currently the largest privately-held staffing company in the
world, with over 600 offices in four countries. Additionally, in 2001, he founded Xenium, a human resources outsource company. This business success has enabled Bill to pursue his passion of wine and to contribute to his community. True to his Oregon upbringing, Bill sees himself as a custodian of the land he loves, and cares deeply about sustainability and environmental protection.
As president, Gary brings to Stoller Family Estate thirteen years of senior leadership in the Oregon wine industry. As a start-up veteran he brings a passion for bleeding-edge technology and pushing boundaries. As a devoted historian, he is committed to preserving and sharing our nation’s diversity and heritage. He is also an active foundation board member of the Technology Association of Oregon, and is helping to found “Innovation Academies” for kids. Gary is an award winning director of two documentary films telling the stories of Oregonians who served in combat in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Melissa was raised in the Willamette Valley. After completing her Bachelor of Science degree, Melissa studied winemaking and fermentation science at OSU. She joined Stoller in 2003 after working as a harvest hand at several local wineries, as well as a production winemaker at Cooper Mountain for three harvests. Melissa enjoys the creative and natural process of winemaking and appreciates that Oregon's wine industry is constantly evolving, pushing her to learn more about her craft.
An Iowa native, Rob backpacked through Europe and the Middle East after high school, before settling in Spain’s Basque country for a year. In 2003, he studied at the National Institute of Cava and Wine in Villafranca del Penedes, Spain, then worked for 6 years in Sonoma with some of the most highly-regarded organic and biodynamic vineyards in the world. He visited Oregon for the first time in 2008, and moved here two months later. Rob joined Stoller in 2011.
Emily joined Stoller Family Estate in early spring 2009, driven by a sincere enthusiasm to advance her career in the local wine industry. She brings with her knowledge of wine and food through extensive travels and personal research in the finest viticulture regions.
A native of Montana, Shani followed her heart to Oregon in 2002. Formerly in the restaurant wine business, Shani sought a wine industry position closer to the “source,” and chose Oregon for its beauty, culture, and fine Pinot Noir. Shani brings us over a decade of hospitality experience in the Oregon wine industry managing tasting rooms, wine clubs, and winery events.
Joseph’s experience encompasses a wide range of farming and maintenance strategies. He worked on several county farms over the last 10 years, and was involved in over a dozen harvests including grapes, berries, hazelnuts, grass seed, wheat, and clover. Joe’s agricultural experience and focus on tractor operator safety and training contributes to our reputation as a world-class vineyard.
Michael joined Stoller in 2011 as a harvest intern and shortly afterward moved to Oregon to live the vineyard life. He has previous experience making wine in the Finger Lakes and Marlborough, New Zealand, where he lived after graduating from Boston University in 2009 with a degree in communications and photojournalism.
Mike grew up in Sweet Home, Oregon, in the heart of the Willamette Valley. Mike is proud to contribute to the changes that have taken place on the Stoller Family Estate over the last twenty years, and loves the responsibility and freedom that Bill has entrusted him. Also a talented photographer, Mike has chronicled our property's transformation from one of the largest turkey farms in Oregon to the estate vineyard and winery it is today.
Bill brings to Stoller over twenty-five years of wine industry experience. He serves as the Chair of the Board of Directors and Chair of the Marketing Committee for Low Input VIticulture and Enology (LIVE), and is the leading certifier of Sustainable Vineyards and Wineries in the Northwest. Bill supports the Society of Wine Educators as a Certified Wine Educator since 2007. In addition to his extensive wine management experience, Bill also brings the skills of a winegrower, as Bill and his wife Linda are owners of Libra Vineyard.
Nick spent most of his life in his native Hawaii before moving to Oregon in 2012 to pursue his dream of working in a world-class winery. He brings a decade working in fine dining restaurants including San Francisco’s Michelin-starred Michael Mina’s Restaurant. After working with wine distributors for a few years, Nick realized his love for great Oregon wines, and joined us at Stoller to pursue his passion.
Adel grew up in Hungary and moved to the United States after college. She lived in New York City for twenty years, where she attended culinary school and worked in the travel and hospitality industry, as well as in holistic health. She moved to Oregon two years ago and enjoys the peace and the slower pace of the wine country.
Megan grew up in Dayton, Oregon, watching the wine country develop while she played on the family farm. Megan worked for us after high school during the first harvest of 2005, and has been a part of the tasting room ever since. She currently studies wine marketing.
Born and raised in southeast Portland, James holds a Bachelor of Science in business administration with a focus in sports marketing from the University of Oregon. James worked with the Portland Trail Blazers before joining us at Stoller Family Estate. He fell in love with the winery the first time he drove up to the estate and saw the breathtaking approach.
Betsy joined Stoller Family Estate in July 2013. After a decade of working in marketing and client relations in various creative fields on the East Coast, South Australia, and Oregon, she knew it was only a matter of time before she made the leap to the wine industry. With a degree in Communications from North Carolina State University, she brings a keen eye for design and a love of the written word.
Cory joined Stoller as our national sales manager in the fall of 2005. He fell in love with Pinot Noir during his three-year stay in France, and moved to Oregon in the mid-90s, drawn by the natural beauty and burgeoning potential of the Pacific Northwest wine scene. Prior to joining Stoller, Cory worked as a distributor of some of the world’s finest wines.
Steve has been our accounting and administration manager since January 2013. A native Oregonian, he graduated from OSU with a Bachelor’s Degree in business administration with a concentration in accounting. Prior to joining Stoller, Steve was the CFO of Willamette Valley Vineyards.