We won a second gold medal in as many years, this time for our 2013 Pinot Gris. During the 45th annual Greatest of the Grape at Seven Feather’s Casino we received a gold medal from the professional judge’s and we also received the people’s choice best white wine! Both awards were for our 2013 Pinot … Read More
Welcome! The doors of our yurt tasting room, nestled in the vineyard just outside Elkton, Oregon, are open for you from Memorial Day Weekend to the end of October, Wednesday – Sunday, 11am – 5pm. We erected the yurt because it felt closer to the land and, in sort of an offbeat way, provided a flavor … Read More
We think our wines fit in nicely with this region’s air, water and sky. Fresh. Pristine. Close to the earth. A glad-to-be-outdoors flavor. In the sunlight or under the stars. We invite you to taste the beauty and the flavor. Visit our tasting room. Take our wines on your next picnic, fishing trip, hike or backpacking trip. … Read More
This is where Anindor thrives ~ along the Umpqua River and its National Forest, in pristine air and Cascade Mountain sunshine. In the Elkton AVA.
When we came to this area in 2004, we made a promise to be faithful to the land & its vineyard. From ultimate care in tending the vines and receiving its bounty at harvest & crush, to making a wine that reflects its home, we want Anindor to showcase the beauty & the flavor of … Read More
Our L.I.V.E. certification, which we earned in 2007, is something of which we’re justifiably proud. It means we are caring not just for the vineyard, but for watershed impacts in the region, and addressing energy efficiencies and lower greenhouse gas emissions. The returns of the practice show in the health of the vines and their … Read More
Long days of sunshine and cool mist from coastal breezes produce a fruit that carries those elements into the wine.
Our harvest in Elkton is a family affair. With just ten vineyards, the neighbors help one another, lend equipment, share the transport. That’s probably the best thing about all the hard work of harvest – working side by side with fellow vintners.
After the grapes are harvested, the vines’ leaves turn yellow overnight and begin to droop. That’s when we feel most at one with the land – when we’ve given all we can and then we rest.