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

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

    Our Tasting Room is on Main Street in the picturesque town of Carlton, in the Willamette Valley.  We produce single vineyard Pinot Noirs,  as well as Tempranillo, Syrah,  and several aromatic whites.

  • Latest News

    Summer Passport to Carlton

    Come spend a day or two in Carlton. With the new passport, which is good from now until September 30th, and costs $20, you can taste wine at 11 wineries, eat at 4 different restaurants and visit your favorite Jam and Chocolate stores, all at a discount! Passports can be purchased at any of the participating businesses!

    Matt travels to Virginia!

    Matt will be in Virginia next week!  He will be riding along with our distributors, Free Run, and also will be heading up a wine dinner and serving at tasting events.  Here is his itinerary: SUN, July 20th wine tasting at Vinousity 1-4pm (public tasting in Culpepper) SUN, July 20th Winemakers Dinner at Camden’s Market […]

    Winery Dog

    As most of you know, our old yellow Labrador retriever, Butch died back in 2009.  We found a new one 2 years ago.  His name is Biscuit.  He is a two year old Labrador, just learning to swim!

    State of the Grapes – 07-10-14

    This has been an incredibly warm and dry growing season so far here in the Willamette Valley.  We had great weather for bloom and for fruit set and so it looks like the tonnages are going to be on the high side for this harvest.  We will have to stay on top of thinning to […]

    Pinot Noir Blending Trials

    One of the most challenging aspects of making Pinot Noir is determining which barrels will be used in the resulting wines by a process known as Blending Trials.  The goal is to blend the barrels to form a wine that truly represents the essence of the vineyard from where it was grown while still being […]