Visit the Place
Our wines are good no matter where you drink them. But there is something special about enjoying them at the source — Ribbon Ridge Vineyard. But don’t expect the million-dollar tasting room with fine furnishings and imported tile floors. Visiting us is rustic and real. Then so are our wines. There isn’t a better way to discover what we’re about than to visit us.
How to Visit Us
Harvest 2023 is here and along with it the rain and inclement weather. That means it is time to close the outdoor tasting facility and shut down the wood-fired pizza oven. We’ll be back Memorial Day weekend, 2024 with a moderately updated tasting pavilion and lots of changes in the vineyard. We expect to reopen for tastings May 25, 2024 and plan on welcoming visitors for tastings Saturdays and Sundays from 12 to 4. We look forward to welcoming you to the vineyard to enjoy the rustic ambiance of our outdoor tasting pavilion. You can sample a curated flight of our Ribbon Ridge Vineyard wines or enjoy them by the glass or bottle. Robin’s unique wood-fired pizzas and a limited selection of small plates will be available as supplies last. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your space. Reservations are preferred, but this year will not be required. However, space and supplies are limited, so we may not always be able to accommodate drop-in visitors.
Note: We will be open Friday and Saturday of Thanksgiving Weekend in a temporary tasting room in the barn. We won’t have wood-fired pizza but there will be some of Robin’s treats and our Ribbon Ridge Vineyard estate wines. Drop by from 12-4 — no reservations required.
The best way to hear about events at the vineyard or other events where you can taste our wines is by joining our mailing list. That way you’ll be the first to know of new releases and special events or offerings. You can usually find out about specials on our website, our Facebook page, facebook.com/ribbonridge or on Instagram @ribbonridgevineyard.
Directions to Ribbon Ridge Vineyard
Ribbon Ridge Vineyard is on North Valley Road between Newberg and Gaston, about 35 miles southwest of Portland.
Take Highway 99 W southwest to Newberg. Near the west end of Newberg, turn right on North Main, following the signs to Highway 240 and Chehalem Valley. After a few blocks, veer left following the main road (SR 240 N. Chehalem Drive).
Continue on SR 240 N. Chehalem Drive five miles to Ribbon Ridge Road. Turn right to cross Chehalem Valley.
After you cross the valley, turn left and stay on the paved road, North Valley Road. (Ribbon Ridge Road continues straight and is unpaved — don’t take it.)
Continue approximately 2 miles on North Valley Road from the intersection with Ribbon Ridge Road. The road to the vineyard is on the right, 1 mile past Camp Tilikum and Patricia Green Cellars, and just past the Sequitur Winery (large, rustic-barn-looking complex on the right. Look for the Pihl Built Road street sign and Bryce on the mailbox.
Turn right on Pihl Built Road and follow the RRV signs and yellow arrows on the main road up the hill until you reach Bryce Vineyard and a fork in the road. At the fork, bear right and through the gate to 14775 North Valley Road and Ribbon Ridge Vineyard.
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