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P Pike Road Wines
Carlton OR
February 13, 2019

Elk Cove Vineyards' Sister Winery
At Pike Road, we believe the Northern Willamette Valley is the best place in the New World to grow Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris. This is why they are committed to providing you with wines that are 100% grown in this incredible place.​​ 


The Campbell Family - Oregon Wine Pioneers

We planted our first 20 acres of vines in 1974. At the time, there were just a handful of winegrowers in Oregon. Within the community of Oregon's Winemaking Pioneers, we were the only ones with deep family history of farming in Oregon. Today we remain proud family farmers with over 350 acres of vines in the Northern Willamette Valley, primarily for our original winery, Elk Cove Vineyards.

In 2016 we launched Pike Road Wines, sprouted from our determination that it's possible to create affordable, quality made wines from Willamette Valley fruit.  Pike Road, our namesake, runs adjacent to our vineyards and deep into the Oregon Coast Range Mountains.  We take pride in crafting delicious white wines and Pinot Noirs sourced from our own vines and those of other family vineyards.  We are committed to preserving small family farms here in the Willamette Valley through these long time partnerships, some of which we’ve had for decades.

At this program we will have the nice opportunity to taste and compare these excellent pinot noir wines from different vineyards and experience how terroir can influence their character. 
Here are the wines we will be tasting:

2017 Willamette Valley Pinot Gris   (Double Gold @ SIP NW – Best of the NW) 
2016 Willamette Valley Chardonnay   (91 pts. James Suckling)
2016 Willamette Valley Pinot Noir   (90 pts. Wine Advocate)
2015 Chehalem Mtn AVA Reserve Pinot Noir 
2015 Yamhill-Carlton AVA Reserve Pinot Noir 
2016 Shea Vineyard Pinot Noir   (92 pts. Wine Advocate) 
2016 Zenith Vineyard Pinot Noir   (92 pts. W&S Magazine) 

At the February 13 program, you will taste 7 premium wines (1 welcome wine, and 6 program wines) along with 4 gourmet food bites.  Bring 2 wine glasses for comparative tasting.  

This education program price is $40 and $30 for society members.  Annual society membership is just $35.  Pay at the door in cash, check or credit card.

Reserve your spot by Saturday, February 9 at [email protected]

To reserve space, please send email to:

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Be sure to list the name of each attendee and the event you wish to attend.

You can also call Steve and Katherine Shelton at 360-696-4498 to make reservations.    

​See you there!  Cheers!

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