- Vineyard Acreage: 16.35
- Total Acreage: 48.79
- Price: $1,600,000
- Aspect: Southeast, South and Southwest
- Elevation: 225'-410'
- Soils: Chehulpum, Bellpine, Willakenzie, Steiwer, and Rickreall
- Location: Eola-Amity Hills AVA 3480 North Oak Grove Rd., Rickreall OR 97371
Vineyard, Home and Barn + Additional 15 Vineyard Suitable Acres
Julon Vineyard – 3480 North Oak Grove Rd., Rickreall OR 97371
Julon Vineyard is situated on 48.79 acres in the Eola-Amity Hills AVA surrounded by neighboring vineyards; Eola Springs, Sojourner, Schindler, Holloran La Chenaie, Daffodil Hill and more. Just 5 miles northwest of Salem, OR, Julon offers the peace and quiet of wine country living with easy access to amenities in town. The 16.35 acre vineyard is made up of 8 blocks of Pinot Noir totaling 13.67 acres and 2 blocks of Chardonnay totaling 2.68 acres. There is an additional 15 acres currently in hay production that is suitable for vineyard development.
HOME AND BARN
The manufactured home is 1,783 sq. ft. and was built in 1998. The home is very livable and serves as a perfect placeholder for a custom built home if preferred. There is a 1,100 sq. ft. tractor barn and several other small outbuildings. The property has a private gated drive and plenty of room for horses or other livestock.
Approx. 16.35 acres planted, majority of vineyard planted in 2007 (see block maps below).
- Pinot Noir (Pommard, Pommard 05, Wadenswil, 115, 667 & 777)
- Chardonnay (76 & 548)
Vines are on grafted rootstocks, primarily 3309 and 101-14. Blocks 1 and 2 are 4’x6′ spacing, all other blocks are 4’x7′. Vertical Shoot Position trellising throughout.
Potential to plant another 15 acres.
The property ranges from 225′ to 410′ feet in elevation, with southern and southwestern slopes facing the Oregon Coast Range.
A variety of soils are present on the site, including Chehulpum, Bellpine, Willakenzie, Steiwer, and Rickreall. These soils were formed through the weathering of the marine sediments that now lie beneath them.
To the west of the Eola-Amity Hills lies the Van Duzer Corridor, a gap in the Oregon Coast Range. This gap channels marine winds from the Pacific Ocean into the lower Willamette Valley, resulting in relatively cool temperatures. This moderating effect allows the grapes to develop a balanced acidity even in the midst of the Willamette Valley’s warm summers. The grapes from the Julon Vineyard have been sold to some of the most well know and well regarded wineries in Oregon.
Please call or email Matt or Peter with questions or to schedule a tour.Matt Tackett 503-385-5585 firstname.lastname@example.org Peter Bouman 503-625-3000 email@example.com