Exceptional Wine in Oregon’s Eola-Amity Hills

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Exceptional Wine in the Eola-Amity Hills

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Björnson Vineyard, located in the heart of the Eola-Amity Hills AVA, is one of several acclaimed vineyards and wineries of Oregon’s Willamette Valley.

Since our founding in 2006, our priorities have been simple: care for the land, make exceptional wine, and enjoy life’s journey. We are committed to generating renewable energy and farming sustainably to promote ecological balance in the vineyard, surrounding creeks, and ultimately our wine.

We craft honest, terroir-driven Pinot Noir, Gamay Noir, Rosé, Chardonnay and Auxerrois from fruit grown on our own vineyards. We invite you to visit us and enjoy the fruit of our life’s journey.

Now available! The inaugural release of our Gouais Blanc, the first to arrive in North America.

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“It’s not easy to choose between the many amazing Oregon wineries, but this place has definitely won us over any other winery we went to (including Sonoma, Napa and Finger Lakes)!”

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“Been to hundreds of wine tastings and this is one of few I will remember this vividly.”

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“I’ve recently started my journey wine tasting ~ Bjornson has provided one of the BEST experiences so far.”

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“Fantastic service, gorgeous views, and incredible wine! Best experience I’ve ever had wine tasting and I will definitely be back!”

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“This vineyard treats wine like art and poetry. Beautiful location, wonderful wine, and incredibly knowledgeable staff. We had such a fantastic experience and would highly recommend.”

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