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Amity Vineyards

Amity Vineyards Amity Vineyards is a family (and friends!) run winery whose philosophy is that wine is a food and should be shared with one's family (and friends!) We are located in the Eola Hills of Yamhill County, just 45 miles Southwest of Portland, Oregon. Our tasting room is open daily, 12:00pm - 5:00pm from October through May and 11:00am - 5:00pm from June through September. We are closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years.

Driving directions from McMinnville: South on 99W; Follow 99W to Amity; Turn Left on Rice Lane; Follow Rice Lane to Amity Vineyards Rd. ; Turn Left on Amity Vineyards Rd. Follow Amity Vineyards Rd. to the Winery.

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18150 Amity Vineyards Road, Amity, OR, US, 97101 Email:
Phone: 503-835-2362 Web:
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  1998 Winemakers Reserve Pinot Noir
Sparkling brick red color. A smoky, complex nose with dark fruit lingering in the shadows. Very firm acid with tannins following, cherries and spice coming through with some sweet smokiness on the finish. Although this wine will gain from further cellaring, it is an excellent example of a well aged, high quality Pinot noir.
  1999 Estate Vineyard Pinot Noir
The nose slowly opens into dark, smoky cherry aromas. The mouth is incredibly full with great acid and tannin structure. The wine is intense and rich and should be absolutely incredible in a few years, though it will continue to get better for another 10 to 15 years.
  2000 Willamette Valley Pinot Noir
This wine has a beautiful, intense nose full of fruit and floral notes with plenty of black cherry and red raspberry. As it continues to open, lovely cedar and spice emerge. The tannins and acid are well balanced creating a well integrated and complete wine. The wine finishes with red fruit flavors and a touch of spice. This is a smooth, medium-bodied Pinot noir that will cellar for up to 10 years.
  2001 Oregon Dry Riesling
Our 2001 Dry Riesling is a pretty, delicate wine. Peach, apple and honey aromas anticipate the subtle flavors of tart apple and honeyed peach.
  2002 Oregon Dry Gewurztraminer
The 2002 vintage continues our tradition of “Alsace in America”. The nose is full of lychee nuts and cardamom pods. The mouth is beautiful with lots of honeysuckle and spice.
  2002 Oregon Pinot Noir
Beautiful blackberry, anise, and spice aromas just jump out at you. Round tannins compliment the blackberry and black cherry flavors.
  2002 Select Cluster Riesling
This wine smells like a ripe, warm, freshly cut white peach dribbled with honey. Rich and full-bodied, it is sweet but not cloying. The peach-honey- explode in the mouth and linger flavors long after the wine is gone.
  2003 Ravenous Rose
This dry French style rose is a blend of Gamay noir and Pinot noir. The nose is very bright with hints of floral, spice and dried cherry. The palate carries through with more spice and lovely strawberry. The wine finishes crisp and well balanced.
  Amity Estate Pinot Noir
The smell of this beautiful wine is so fragrant, with loads of earth, mint, and tobacco, that your nose is almost overwhelmed. The characters carry through into the palate and later smoke and red cherry emerge. The 2002 Amity Estate Pinot is a beautiful, intricate wine with excellent acid and tannin balance that will age 10 to 15 years and continue to develop in complexity.
  Crannell Pinot Noir
Black fruit with hints of red cherry, plum, and raspberry dominates the aroma. The body is round and smooth. The raspberry character carries through to the finish and provides a wonderful ending.
  Crown Jewel Reserve
The nose starts out with honey and mineral character and finishes with a touch of tropical fruit. The palate is clean, crisp, with up front acidity and a delicate finish with notes of oak.
  ECO•WINE® Pinot Noir
Amity Vineyards released Oregon's first organic, sulfite free Pinot noir in 1991. The nose is loaded with sun-warmed blueberry and blackberry aromas and the flavors are fresh and fruity.
  Estate Riesling
The wine has a delightful bouquet of apricot and tropical fruit. It is rich and full and finishes with notes of anise and tropical fruit.
  Late Harvest Gewurztraminer
The 2002 Late Harvest Gewurztraminer is an aromatic, rich and creamy wine with lingering lychee nut flavors. Serve by itself, with very spicy Thai or Asian dishes, or with pungent cheeses.
  Oregon Dry Gewurtztraminer
The 2004 vintage continues our tradition of “Alsace in America”. The nose is full of lychee nuts and cardamom pods. The mouth is beautiful with lots of honeysuckle and spice.
  Oregon Gamay Noir - Anden Vineyards
This wine has a great nose of five-spice, anise, cedar and plum. Flavors of black fruit and spice blend with soft tannins making this a very smooth and silky wine to drink. Try it slightly chilled by the BBQ.
  Schouten Pinot Noir
Beautiful notes of chocolate and cherry dance on the nose while voluptuous, well balanced, soft tannins flow over the palate. Although drinkable now, this wine will cellar well for at least the next 5 years, continuing to develop in complexity.
  Sunnyside Pinot Noir
Our 2002 Sunnyside can best be described as sweet red cherries wrapped in dark bittersweet chocolate. The wine has beautiful structure will help it age into a voluptuous wine that will continue to be a treat for years to come.
  Wedding Dance Riesling
The 2003 Wedding Dance Riesling smells of honeysuckle and pear. The aromas compliment the lovely full luscious mouth.
  Willamette Valley Pinot Blanc
Our 2004 Pinot blanc has a lovely nose of mineral, melon and pineapple. The mineral aspects continue into the mouth which is smooth, full and rich.
  Willamette Valley Riesling
A floral nose with hints of citrus, leads into a smooth, well balanced wine. It is the perfect sipping wine.


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