From the soil, to the vine, to the bottle
  • Welcome

    The gold WildAire Triskele is the Celtic sign for Wind, Water, and Earth. It represents our Irish heritage, and commitment to sourcing grapes from sustainable growers, and to produce food friendly ultra-premium wines.

    Our Winery is located off of Laughlin Rd in the picturesque Yamhill-Carlton AVA, in the Willamette Valley.  We are open for tours and barrel tastings by appointment only.

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    Latin American Slaw

    This is a fresh tasting, easy to make recipe that will pair well with Salmon or pork tenderloin as well as serve as a light lunch all on its own!                                                   […]

    Tomato Concasse – What you do with all of those ripe tomatoes in your garden

    About this time of year, your tomatoes are ripening a bit too quickly for you to use on a daily basis.  This recipe helps you prepare your tomatoes to throw in the freezer, so that you can pull them out during the winter months, after the garden has vanished.       I took this […]

    Berry Trifle

    Berry Trifle Ingredients: 3 pints assorted berries vanilla corn starch Sugar or Agave Nectar to taste 1 pint Whipped cream 1/2 c. Liquor – Amaretto or hazelnut 2 loaves of lemon pound cake, in 1/2 inch slices or 12 lady fingers (store bought is fine) 8 ounce jar Lemon curd   Directions: Heat berries with Agave nectar or […]

    The Church of Pinot Noir – Part two

    Our IPNC journey continued Saturday afternoon for our turn pouring at the Alfresco Tasting from 4 to 7pm.  This is the first time that we poured our featured wine, the 2012 Reserve Pinot Noir.   There were about 500 attendees and 35 wineries pouring under the oak trees on campus at Linfield College.  We had an […]

    The Church of Pinot Noir – Part one

    This past weekend we were fortunate enough to be included in the 2015 IPNC at Linfield College in McMinnville.  I wanted to write a few things down that I experienced this weekend while the memories are still fresh and not clouded up with more Pinot.  Jeanie and I were so excited to be a part […]