Enjoy a gorgeous drive through the Heart of Willamette back-roads and discover our special place in Oregon Wine country. Find scenic, intimate, artisanal settings with exceptional wines.
Picnic, listen to music, and feel the passion as Galileo once said “Wine is sunlight held together by water.” It is not that we touch every bottle, we touch them several times!
Our wineries are all within 30 miles of Corvallis and the South Salem area. Memorial Weekend is full of activity plan on spending time in our Heart of Willamette!
Our 2020 passport will soon be available at all Heart of Willamette Wineries or at Visit Corvallis. $30 buys you a summer full of fun.
Tomorrow is the day! We'll be open for indoor seating starting tomorrow at noon! We can have a maximum of 25 people seated indoors, with a maximum group number of six. Reservations are not required, but accepted! We're excited to see you here. ... See MoreSee Less
We’re excited to announce that our tasting room is reopening this Friday, February 26th! For the first time since mid November our indoor seating will be open!
In celebration, this Friday, February 26th and Saturday, February 27th, we are popping two of our sparkling rosé bottles that are currently fermenting! We’re only opening two, so it’s first come first serve. This sparkling wine will be officially released mid summer 2021! 🍾 ... See MoreSee Less
I’m so excited. Are things finally getting back to some type of normal?
Sadly, the beautiful oak at the top of our driveway fell during this last ice storm. We're happy we have this watercolor to remember it ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less
Fallen Oak- sounds like a good name for a Chardonnay,no?
Are you looking for a Valentine's Day date that doesn't involve leaving your house?
Join us for the Winter Wine Soiree - Home Edition, Saturday February 13, 2021 from 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm. This virtual event will include a guided wine tasting by the winemakers from Territorial Vineyards (50th Anniversary Pinot Gris), Emerson Vineyards (Brother Red) and Valcan Cellars (Willamette Valley Pinot Noir), with live music by pianist Colleen Adent. Each ticket includes access to the virtual event, a bottle of wine from each winery, food pairings, 2 commemorative wine tasting glasses, and a $5 donation to Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation Cardiac/Pulmonary Rehab Scholarship Fund. Wine & food baskets will be available for pickup at the First Alternative Co-op South Store meeting room (drive-through) on Friday, Feb. 12 between 3 and 5 pm or on Saturday, Feb. 13, between 10am and noon.
Participants will receive an email on Thursday, February 11 with the event link and a reminder about basket pickup information.
Nina and Tom will see you there! ... See MoreSee Less
It's the month of Valentine's Day, and we're having a special sale on Pinkie and Brother Red! Buy a bottle of each for $30, six bottles of each for $150, twelve bottles of Brother Red for $160, and/or twelve bottles of Pinkie for $140.
As most of you know, Emerson Vineyards was named after our owner's grandfather, Emerson Waldo Fischer. Brother Red was named after Emerson's brother Revere Paul Fischer. His nickname was based on his hair color, Red. Red also happened to be married to a woman with red hair, and she went by Pinkie!
Both of these wines are estate blends, are nice and fruit forward, and pair well with a complex meal! Pair Brother Red with lasagna, steak, or lamb tagine. Pair Pinkie with Manchego cheese, grilled fish, or cheese puffs. ... See MoreSee Less
Do you mean $260 for twelve Brother Red?
I'm here to tell ya, them's some good swillin' wines