Stoller Family Estate located in Dayton, Oregon, offers amazing views with your wine tasting of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Rosé.
You may have read my previous posts where I mentioned that we’re in WAY too many wine clubs. We need to cut back – Especially now that we’ve got six wine coolers in our kitchen, with no room for more, and they’re all full up. I recently cut out a couple of our memberships after much deliberation – It’s like an amicable break up. We’ll see each other, but it won’t be exclusive…
Stoller is the one wine club that we just cannot cut out of our lives. Why? The biggest reason is the pure beauty of Stoller. With is sweeping grass lawn, Adirondack chairs, and tire swing in the distance, it’s the perfect spot for a summer picnic. If you’re planning a wine tasting trip with kiddos in tow, this is definitely the place for them. There’s plenty of room to run around and enjoy the sunshine.
I love it in the winter too – The large and expansive floor to ceiling windows offer amazing views of the vineyard when the rain is pouring down.
Of course, we can’t leave out the wine – All produced exclusively from their estate vineyard. In the warmer months, their rosé is a favorite of mine. A perfect patio sipper that pairs well with these Chicken Curry Skewers and fresh vegetables from the farmer’s market. When it gets cooler, I’m always turning to their Dundee Hills Pinot Noir – Priced at just $30 a bottle, it’s an impressive Oregon pinot that doesn’t break the bank. I love to drink it with this Slow Cooker Osso Buco. On movie nights, nothing beats a bottle of their Reserve Chardonnay and a bowl of buttery popcorn.
Stoller Family Estate is located at 16161 NE McDougall Road in Dayton, Oregon and open daily from 11am – 5pm. Tasting flights run $15, waived with a two-bottle purchase. If you’re looking for a place to stay nearby, Stoller has three guest houses which they rent out. Or, for a truly unique experience, check out The Vintages Trailer Park, located just up the road – Renovated vintage trailers that are decked out to the nines.
A special thanks to Portland photographer Deann Orr for the amazing photographs used in this post. Be sure to check out her site for more of her stunning photographs.
NOTE: We pay for our wine club membership out of our own pocket and were not compensated in any way for this post.