• Rita's Party

    Rita Wolff, of Keller Williams Realty, threw a little soirée the other night at Art Elements Gallery in Newberg. Allan

  • Oregon Wine Country – c.1839

    Oregon Wine Country – c.1839
    Something that I enjoy as much as a good bottle of Oregon Pinot Noir is a good book on Oreg

  • Peters Blog



  • 2009 Harvest under way


    Well, we are under way with another harvest. I have been working for several years with different wine makers in the Willamette Valley, and this year will be helping with both Sineann and Winderlea wines. It looks like another great vintage is rolling in with weather cooperating nicely, and a beautiful, sunny week ahead to get most of the fruit picked and processed at the wineries.


    Harvest is often referred to as Crush in the argot of wine folk, and the double meaning of the name becomes obvious when you have days like yesterday at Sineann where we ran 10-12 tons of Merlot from Hillside Vineyard in the Columbia Gorge, and another 12 tons of Pinot Noir from Kevin and Carla Chamber’s  Resonance vineyard in Carlton.

    Dinner was at 8:00 and we finished washing the line and headed home around midnight.   Speaking of dinner, Peter Rosback goes to extremes to make sure that the crew eats well during harvest.


    Last night’s dinner, prepared by Chef Dante Leonardi, was torch seared Toro tuna followed by lamb-sicles, fresh, roasted beet and cabbage salad, and a great selection of wines from the various wine makers involved with the winery.  I am looking forward to the next few weeks of long days, good friends, and great food and wine.

  • About Oregon Vineyard Property


    Welcome. The Oregon Vineyard Property website is intended to be a resource for anyone wanting to know more about Oregon wines and wine country.  Since David Lett, Dick Erath, and Charles Coury planted the first vines here more than 40 years ago the Willamette Valley has grown to include 200 wineries and 12,000 acres of producing vineyard. The predominant varieties grown are Pinot noir, Pinot gris, Chardonnay,  and Riesling. The Willamette Valley is among a very few places in the world where Pinot Noir thrives, and the land, the climate, and the mystery of terroir conspire to produce a truly World Class wine.



    As a Real Estate Broker with a specialty in vineyard properties, my profile-page-one-jpeginterest and experience in Real Estate and land development, and my appreciation of fine NW wines  have all merged into the great opportunity that I have helping clients buy or sell vineyard properties or find the perfect piece of dirt to grow and make wine here in tthe various Oregon wine regions. Fifteen years in Real Estate and 12 years involved in Wine Properties and wine making have given me a very thorough and specific knowledge base to help meet client’s needs.

    Please stay tuned as we continue to develop this site into a diverse information portal for anyone interested in knowing more about  Oregon wines and Oregon Wine Country. We will continue to add content that will present the wines and the wine makers and tell the story of this wonderful little corner of the world.

    Comprehensive Brokerage services include:

    • Listing /marketing vineyard and winery properties for sale.

    • Helping buyers identify property that is well suited to vineyard development.

    • Connecting clients with an extensive network of industry professionals for all aspects of wine growing, vineyard management, wine making, custom crush

    Viticultural maps courtesy of www.oregonwine.org