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Chehalem Mountains

Established in 2006, the Chehalem Mountains AVA is defined by a distinct ridge in the northern Willamette Valley with vineyard elevations spanning from 200 to 1,000 feet including the highest point in the Willamette Valley, Bald Peak, at 1,637 feet which shelters vineyards from strong winds.

The Chehalem Mountains AVA is contained with the Willamette Valley AVA and has two sub-AVAs, Ribbon Ridge and Laurelwood District. Its 2720 acres are home to Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, Riesling, Pinot Blanc, Gamay Noir and Gewürztraminer.

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Cellar 503 selections

Six Peaks Winery 2015 Blanc de NoirDec. 1, 2020: Holiday Wines
Dion Vineyard 2016 Chehalem Mountains Pinot NoirMarch 15, 2019: North Willamette Valley Wineries
Chris James Cellars 2017 Pinot Noir BlancJuly 18, 2018: Summer Wines
Statera Cellars 2015 Corral Creek ChardonnayMay 25, 2018: Women Winemakers
Day Wines 2016 "Vin de Days" RougeApril 17, 2017: Natural Wines
Dion Vineyard 2014 TempranilloJan. 17, 2017: Northern vs. Southern Oregon
Teutonic Wine Company 2014 Bergspitze Pinot NoirJune 23, 2016: Old World Wines, New World Style
Willful Wine Company 2013 Jezebel BlancMay 1, 2015: Women Winemakers
North Valley Vineyards 2014 North Valley RoséMay 1, 2015: Summer Rosé Special
Dion Vineyard 2013 ChardonnayApril 1, 2015: Biodynamic, Organic & LIVE Certified Wines