From the soil, to the vine, to the bottle
  • Who We Are

    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 produce single vineyard Pinot Noirs,  as well as Tempranillo, Syrah,  and several aromatic whites.

  • Latest News

    Simple Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing

    This dressing adds a light fresh taste for your daily greens and will impress your friends.     Ingredients: 1/2 cup olive oil 2 tbsp. Dijon mustard 3 cloves of garlic chopped small 1/4 cup Balsamic vinegar 1/4 cup water salt and pepper to taste Directions: Place Dijon mustard, garlic, salt and pepper into a pint […]

    2014 Shea Vineyard Pinot gets “Outstanding” review from Great Northwest Wine

    North Carolina product Matt Driscoll, a product of Chemeketa Community College’s Northwest Viticulture Center, has turned three barrel’s worth of Block 25 Shea Vineyard fruit into a marvelously suave wine. He also provides an interesting contrast between the 2011 and 2012 vintages, bringing in this lot of Wadenswil clone berries on Oct. 9 — more […]

    Wine Enthusiast Scores – June 2015 Issue

    94 Cellar Selection WildAire 2012 Shea Vineyard Pinot Noir Yamhill-Carlton  Many of Oregon’s best winemakers are scrambling to acquire Shea grapes. This small-scale producer does a fine job. Its Shea designate is a captivating wine loaded with blueberry, blue plum, black raspberry and a touch of violets. One-third new French oak brings a vein of […]

    Meatballs with Sofrito Sauce

    The WildAire Wine Club enjoyed this recipe, along with paella and a few others, for our February get together.  For more information about the wine club dinners, click here. I’m a big fan of La Rambla, a local tapas restaurant, and was able get the ingredients for this recipe from the owner.  I found the directions on […]

    The many tasks of bottling

    Bottling is the culmination of all of the hard work that went into growing, harvesting, crushing, fermenting, and aging the wine.  This is by far my most favorite cellar activity….and yes….I’m being sarcastic.   It is rewarding to see the wine going into bottle and realizing that it’s finally “put to bed”, but I always […]