Events






theCompass mobile application is a winery, brewery, and distillery locator for North America.








Ayres Vineyard

Ayres Vineyard Years ago Ayres Vineyard & Winery existed as only a thought shared by two people drinking coffee on their back deck wondering, “Hmmmm…We’d like to try something.” Many moons later, here we pour! Ayres Vineyard & Winery, established in 2001, is owned and operated by family members Don & Carol McClure and Brad & Kathleen McLeroy. It's the newest of the world-famous Ribbon Ridge wineries in Oregon's pinot noir country. Come see for yourself what it is that inspires us each day. Is it the glowing sunrise and sunset? Is it the inviting aroma from our newly planted lavender field? Is it getting dirty in the vineyard, spending time with each plant? Or does it simply go with the territory of living a dream? Come, ponder, and reach your own conclusion.

Directions


View Map | View Weather


Address Web Social
17971 NE Lewis Rogers Lane, Newberg, OR, US, 97132 Email: kemcleroy@msn.com
Phone: 503-538-7450 Web: www.ayresvineyard.com
Fax:
Back to OR wine list

Products



  Ayres Pioneer
The best of our barrels and the biggest wine of them all! Pioneer is back in full force, comprised entirely from a single Pinot Noir clone (667), the first vines to grow in Ayres' soil ~ our vineyard's sweet spot. The color will blow you away, the leather-wrapped-with-fruit flavors will fill your mouth and satisfy your soul.
  Piper Pinot Noir
Piper is the new kid on the block (and is named in honor of our own resident piper). This luscious bottling, comprised entirely from estate fruit, is a symphony of our three Pinot Noir clones blended together (667, 777, and 115). It sings in your mouth with rich blackberry tones, graham crackers and baking spices, along with that forest-floor goodness. Bravo!
  Willamette Valley Pinot Noir
Another homerun for our Willamette Valley blend of our estate-grown fruit and old-vine fruit from the Eola Hills. Deep and concentrated dark fruit along with the earthy spice that is quickly becoming Ayres' signature on your palate. You'll go back to your glass again and again. It's a wine you want to drink; it's a wine that makes you think.

Reviews

Add New Review