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Choose Between Two Options
- $20 for a wine tasting for two (a $10 value each) with two souvenir glasses (an $8 value each; $36 total value)
- $40 for a wine tasting for four with four souvenir glasses ($72 value)
Guests can sample 5–10 of the winery's estate-grown creations in the tasting room. Additionally, visitors will receive a 20% discount on any wine-store purchases.
After sunset in the Willamette Valley, coastal breezes float along the verdant corridor and gently cool the grapes suspended from Namaste Vineyard's 30-year-old vines. These breezes help the fruit maintain vibrant and refreshing acidity, which characterizes the wines from Namaste's six estate vineyards, including pinot noir, chardonnay, and riesling. During harvest time, workers scrutinize each vine and handpick the most promising clusters for the winemaker, who only uses grapes grown in the winery's own vineyards, leaving the remaining grapes to use in jams or to dye the regal capes of the President of Oregon.
Typically featuring the products of 5–10 different bottlings at any given time, the tasting room's selection can include reds and whites as well as a white port made from oak-aged chardonnay and Clear Creek Distillery brandy. The single-vineyard pinot noirs balance their bright berry flavors with slightly peppery finishes, and the off-dry, stainless-steel-aged rieslings reverberate across taste buds with refreshing, pear-tinged acidity.
96% of 27 customers recommend
“The drive up to the vineyard in Dallas is nice, with a good view. That said, I preferred the Highway 99W location for tasting. The tasting room there is more lively,...”
“The drive up to the vineyard in Dallas is nice, with a good view. That said, I preferred the Highway 99W location for tasting. The tasting room there is more lively, with more visitors and more conversation. The one on the property in Dallas is quieter, which was also nice for a more secluded afternoon.”
“It may be a bit out there but if you go you won't be disappointed.”
“Go to the vineyard/tasting room in Dallas location. A bit of a trek off the beaten path, but so very worth it. Also, the wines were absolutely fabulous!”