We invite you to discover the magic of biodynamic wines on Cooper Mountain in our vineyard-side oak grove oasis just 25 minutes from downtown Portland.

In 1978,  just 10 miles southwest of Portland, Oregon we converted our horse barn into a Willamette Valley Winery overlooking the lush valley below. Today we showcase our 100% biodynamic and organic wines in our outside haven or under our oak-grove beside our OId Vines vineyard. Come on out, take a breathe of fresh air and let us treat you well.

Online reservations made 24 hours are highly recommended and while we do accept day of reservations we cannot guarantee availability. Please call 503-649-0027 for day of reservations. 

We are currently allowing future farmers and future winemakers back onto the property when accompanied by their parents or guardians however we do ask they stay seated with their families throughout the experience.

Cooper Mountain Vineyards

Cousins Maine Lobster at Cooper Mountain Vineyards

March 10, 2024

We are thrilled to invite you to join us on March 10th for an extraordinary event, as we welcome Cousins Maine Lobster for a day of Lobster in the Vineyard.

Grab your friends and family and let’s gather and feast! 

This is an hour and thirty-minute seated experience. We will have wines available by the glass and bottles to go. Your $15 ticket price will go towards your first glass of wine. We cannot wait to host you for this special feast! Food sold separately.

Indoor Rustic Barn Tasting

Come see where it all started in our rustic barn on the hill.  Enjoy five of our estate wines seated indoors at your private table. We will guide you through our story, our land and our wines in this 75-minute experience.

Outdoor Tastings

Come and relax with the vines in our biodynamic oasis in our covered haven or on our vineyard-side lawn. We will guide you through our story, our land and our wines in this 75-minute experience.


Located in the heart of wine country in the Chehalem Mountains in Newberg, Oregon we stepped into this place in January of 2022.  As legend has it, the estate was originally owned by a mysterious grande dame whom married three times and each marriage ended in untimely death and suspicious circumstances. By 1910 the farm was planted to walnuts and the barn served as a walnut drying facility for several years until around the turn of the century in 2000 when Pinot Noir vines were married to this place and converted the barn into a wine tasting room. Today after a refresh to the estate we are thrilled to welcome you to this historic place that we now call home.

We can’t wait to welcome you to our new tasting room in Newberg: Arborbrook. Enjoy a unique taste of the Willamette Valley.

Wednesday-Sunday, 11 am – 4:30 pm 

Taste of Place

Join us for a journey of our vineyards through each wine and learn about the magic of this place. We look forward to welcoming you to Arborbrook. 

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