Bjornson VineyardBjornson Vineyard, located in the heart of the Eola-Amity Hills AVA, is surrounded by some of the most acclaimed vineyards and wineries of Oregon’s Willamette Valley. Our priorities are simple: care for the land, make exceptional wine and enjoy life’s journey. We employ Certified-Sustainable farming practices to promote ecological balance in the vineyard, surrounding creeks and ultimately our wine. We invite you to visit us and share in the fruit of our life’s journey.

Our banner and label artwork “Fire and Ice” represents our Icelandic heritage as well as the magnificent volcanic and glacial forces that created the soils of Oregon’s Willamette Valley.

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We are open 11am – 5pm Thursday-Monday


Care for the Land. Make Exceptional Wine. Enjoy the Journey

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We are open 11am – 5pm the weekends of:

  • Memorial Day
  • Labor Day
  • Thanksgiving Day
We welcome tastings by appointment.
Call (503) 877-8189.

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Ten Years in Oregon – A Decade of Discovery

vine-lives-frontA little over a year ago, Cila Warncke knocked on our door just as we were setting up for Memorial Day wine tasting.  She asked if she could interview us for a book she was writing about Oregon Wine Pioneers.  Admittedly I was a little skeptical because we had already been solicited for several “book deals”, where we were expected to pay a hefty price to have our winery written about, and also I couldn’t imagine why she would consider us as Wine Pioneers.  Mark however jumped at the chance to get a respite from housekeeping duties and gave Cila a tour of his true passion – our vineyard and winery.

When they returned Cila stayed for awhile and tasted our wines before leaving.  Afterwards I asked Mark whether he thought she would really write a book and he said, “Who knows?  But if she does, it will be great publicity for us.”

Well, long story short…she did write a fabulous book and the first chapter is about Bjornson Vineyard.  Cila did an amazing job of capturing our story.  Even after the book had been published, I still had trouble considering myself an Oregon Wine Pioneer.  But then I started thinking.  We moved to Oregon ten years ago with a dream of buying some land and planting a vineyard.  Since then, we have cleared our land, planted the vines, learned to farm, made exceptional wine, and built a winery.  Some of it was easy, a lot of it was really hard.  All of it required courage, ingenuity and tenacity – attributes of any pioneer.

The last ten years in Oregon have been some of the most difficult yet satisfying years of our lives – a decade of discovery.  Stop by this Saturday, November 21, 11-5 to celebrate this milestone, meet Author Cila Warncke for a book signing, and taste some amazing wines.  We’d love to see you!

3635 Bethel Heights Rd. NW, Salem, OR 97304 – 503-877-8189 –