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Great charcuterie.. also tasty wine.

Great tasting room and wine setting. We popped in got a bottle (Dundee Hill’s Pinot) and grabbed... read more

Reviewed 22 November 2018
Toronto, Canada
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Fine wine, beautiful place to relax

On a hill with snow covered Mt Hood in the distance, the wines and the views are great. Stay and... read more

Reviewed 19 November 2018
Frisco, Texas
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Reviewed 7 April 2014

Stoller had the most beautiful turkey farm in the USA......I am so glad they stopped raising turkeys and planted grapes!!! We tasted a SV Pinot Noir while having dinner in Colorado a few years back and made a point to visit. Once we visited, we were hooked. The tasting room is so comfortable and the views of the hills are spectacular. Adelle in the tasting room was a jewel...knowledgable, pleasant and a fantastic smile.
It was a treat while sampling the wine, the Winemaker, Melissa Burr stopped in and chatted for a moment. It is a pleasure to get the perspective of the maker of such magic.
The tasting room is open from 11-5, but this is a place to sit back and relax out on the deck and enjoy the great views and the fantastic tasting room staff. Stoller will be on our "to-do-list" on every trip we make to Dayton. oh......if you only buy one bottle of Pinot......make it the 2008 SV Pinot ......Velvet.

Date of experience: March 2014
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Reviewed 13 February 2014

Stoller Vineyards has a wonderful view of Mt. Hood, and all you have to do to enjoy the view is walk out of the tasting room and look around the corner. I would have thought that the new, stylish tasting room would be oriented to take advantage of the impressive view of Mt. Hood. Instead, the view from the tasting room is of part of the vineyard. This is a very nice view, but it cannot compare to Mt. Hood. (The best view of the mountain is from the parking lot.)

As far as the wine is concerned, the tasting fee is $15.00. We enjoyed the wine, even though the amount of wine per tasting is not very great. This is similar to the tastings we had in nearby Domaine Drohin Winery and Sokol Blosser Winery. I admit that I am not knowledgeable about wines, however, the wines at all three wineries seemed comparable. The grounds would be very good for a picnic, but not in January when we visited.

Date of experience: January 2014
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Reviewed 17 November 2013

We spent three days touring the area vineyards and Stoller was certainly the most picturesque of all that we toured. We arrived early and there was still a little fog over the vineyard. We had a tasting in the modern facility and enjoyed the Reserve Pinot. During our tasting, they raised up the doors overlooking the vineyard and it was quite impressive. The fog began to lift and it was such a beautiful sight, we stood in awe. The doors and the architecture of the facility are very interesting and the view is spectacular - I highly recommend a stop here!

Date of experience: October 2013
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Reviewed 5 November 2013

I gave my husband the special tour with wine tasting and cheese/salumi platter for his birthday. It was well worth the money! After an extensive tour of the vineyards, including looking at vines of different ages and different grapes and tasting the grapes which were about to be harvested, and going through the working parts of the winery (which was in operation, since we were there during harvest), we sat down in the beautiful tasting room. The view is absolutely gorgeous. The tasting room staff was just wonderful, proving extra glasses so we could taste wines side-by-side. The winery also produces a great selection, so there is something for everyone (including me - I can only drink white). The cheeses were a selection of local varieties and were served with plenty of crackers, fruit, etc. It was more than enough for lunch!

Can't wait to go back!

Date of experience: September 2013
Thank helsimon
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Reviewed 27 October 2013

This gem was down the road from another winery where i'm a wine club member. The property is just lovely! Easy to find. The tasting room is a year old and welcoming, blends with the environment and modern. We even thought the fancy bathroom was a classy touch. Everyone was welcoming and friendly. Huge windows that look up the hill of the vineyards, chairs outside to gaze and sip. Even frisbee golf and a tire swing in an old tree that is perfect for photos ops. Surprised by the Chardonnay and Riesling, in a good way. Loved their oaked Chardonnay, more delicate than most oaked i've tried. Went home with a Riesling, which are usually too sweet for me, but I loved this one. Everything else tasty as well. $15 tasting fee that is waived with purchase of 2 bottles. My family enjoyed it so much they joined the wine club. Quick hop off the main road. Check them out!

Date of experience: October 2013
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