We are thrilled to be able to invite you back to the mountain.
Things will look a bit different as we open our doors under phase one. All of our guest experiences will be by reservation only and guests will be seated outside on our patio and lawn. Management has established the following protocols to ensue a safe environment for guests and our staff: social distancing, cleaning and sanitizing the facility and all touch points prior to arrival of each party, modified hospitality steps to ensure limited physical interaction and oversee traffic flow, all employees will be required to wear face masks, hand sanitizer stations will be provided throughout the property, and our staff with adhere to illness guidelines to ensure employees “stay home” that feel sick or have any symptoms of illness.
To join us, we respectfully ask all patrons ages 2 and up to wear a mask or face cloth on property while checking in with our host or walking to and from your table. A face mask is not required while seated at your reserved table.
No Outside Food is allowed. We are now offering picnic add-on options to your experience.
Our vineyard-side tasting table reservations are $20 per person and will be applied to take home bottle purchases of 2 bottles of our single vineyard Pinot Noirs series or $100 of wine purchased. Reservations here.
Join us for a glass of wine outside on our patio at your private outdoor table.
Our by the glass table reservations are $16 per person. Reservations here.
Complimentary Shipping on all wines on orders of 6 bottles or more.
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We grow organic and biodynamic wine.
Our land is our life and our life is our wine.
Cooper Mountain Vineyards is a family venture that took root in the Willamette Valley 40 years ago. We never set out to do anything other than make wines that expresses this special place where we grow grapes – sunshine, cool nights, fresh fruit that results in wines that are lively, but also shows soul.
When Cooper Mountain Vineyards got its start, there were just a handful of winemakers in the Willamette Valley. Much has changed and growth has been exponential in Oregon’s wine producing regions, but our love for the land and producing lovely wine hasn’t changed one bit. It’s what we do. It’s who we are.