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 tastings every weekend from 12-5pm or by appointment.  

  • Latest News

    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 […]

    2014 Six Pack Futures are now featured on our online store

    Due to the intense demand for our bottled wines we have decided to offer six pack futures online of our 2014 wines still in barrel that will be bottled in late Fall and then released in May of 2016.  The 2014 was one of the greatest vintages in Oregon in the past 20 years and the […]

    Wine Spectator 93 Points

    Wine Spectator just reviewed our 2012 Timothy Pinot Noir (93 Points) and our 2012 Reserve Pinot Noir (91 Points) in their July 15th Insider’s Guide.  We are thrilled with the great scores on these wines so please get yours before they are both sold out. WildAire Pinot Noir Willamette Valley Timothy 2012 93 points | […]

    In the vineyard – June 2015

    The Summer of abundant sunshine After 10 years in our little house in McMinnville, we finally broke down and bought an air conditioner.  This weekend we might even go past 100 degrees!  Last year was the warmest growing season on record and now it looks like we are at least 2 weeks ahead of that.  At this […]

    Wine Enthusiast Editor’s Choice for the 2014 Riesling

    Our Old Vine Riesling was reviewed in the August issue of Wine Enthusiast.  Here are the tasting notes. 90 Editors’ Choice WildAire 2014 Chehalem Mountain Vineyard Old Vine Riesling Chehalem Mountains — Wine Enthusiast These vines date back to the mid-1970s and were originally planted by Dick Erath. This is their final vintage, as they’ve been removed. As […]