History of Stangeland Vineyards

Planted by the Miller family in 1978, the vineyard is located on a unique southern exposure in the Eola-Amity Hills AVA at a 350 foot elevation northwest of Salem. This hilltop location, rich soil, and cool climate viticultural region of Oregon combine to create an ideal growing environment.

Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris Originally planted to Pinot Noir (Wadenswil clone) and Chardonnay, additional plantings of Pinot Gris were added in 1986. These three varietals are the foundation of our estate bottled wines. In addition, several other vineyards produce grapes for our vineyard designated wine series, all to the same high standards as Stangeland Estate wines.

Stangeland has a commitment to the environment and its customers to grow grapes and produce world-class wines of the highest quality through sustainable farming practices by following the LIVE program, practicing bio-diversity, and handling our wines and land with loving care. Stangeland seeks the same commitment from its grape growing partners and suppliers and only procures from those that have the same focus.

Stangeland Vineyards and Winery tasting room is located Northwest of Salem, just minutes from the Oregon State Capital off of Highway 221. We are on the sunrise side of the Eola Hills, in the heart of the lush Willamette Valley.

Beautiful Location and Views!