Reviews of The Eyrie Vineyards (Winery)

935 NE 10th Ave, McMinnville, OR 97128, United States

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Right now the firm receives a rating of 4.7 out of 5 and that score was based on 34 reviews.

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REVIEWS OF The Eyrie Vineyards IN Oregon

lynda burton

Most the wines had a distinct strawberry character with little depth. The historic wine was corked - our host didn’t realise. Unattractive setting.

Tim Kane

Allen Evanko

Lupe Mathews

Colin Gardner

Michael Bates

Wonderful ambience. Good people, good wine... "ground zero" of the Willamette Valley Wine world.

Samuel Scarpino

The oldest and probably still the best of the area vineyards.

Paloma Dale

Casey H

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Heater Allen

Superb Pinot Noir and other wines.

Melanie Clemmer

We received excellent service at the tasting room from Abigail--we got to hear the interesting history of the winery as well as a full description of the wines. Highly recommend the 2014 Pinot Noir--nice tannic balance to the fruit.

Aaron Carpenter


M John Matos

Friendly staff... Historic vintner... Delicious Rose!

Michael Danko

To understand where Oregon's wine scene all began, start your tasting here. Excellent wines and friendly staff.

Rebekah Villeneuve

We had a great experience here. The vineyard has a great history. Try the tasting flight that includes a library wine!

Dave Dub

Truely, one of North America's original wineries (for Pinot Gris at the least). It shows in the authenticness of the tasting room, the staff (during our tasting, the winemaker came out from the back rooms and spent a while pouring & discussing this year's harvest), and not the least, the wines. Very convenient location, affordable wine, and when it's not busy you can get some great interesting information.

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Kathleen Anson

Maybe the best Pinot Noir in Oregon, made in traditional Burgundian fashion, crafted with love in this unassuming, family-run winery, from the first plantings in the Willamette Valley. The staff are super knowledgeable and friendly, I particularly like Jacques, who is basically John Oliver from the Daily Show but with a French accent. They also hold quite an extensive library and regularly share them in the tasting room by using "the Elva," a converted classic bottling machine that reminds me of a 1950's car. Don't be scared off by the unimpressive look of the building from outside.

Gisselle Porta

Jaci Saunders

We had a fantastic tasting experience at Eyrie Vineyards McMinnville tasting room. Abi was EXTREMELY knowledgeable. This was the highlight of our Oregon wine tasting trip this past September -- because of the fantastic wine and the amazing service. Thanks, Abi!

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Dr. Ashok Kumar Varma

Variety of wine tasting with history & story telling. Nice

Cesar Rufo

Come for the wine, stay for the experience. My wife and I did a wine tasting at Eyrie and we loved it. Top notch selection of wines in their Exploration Flight. What we really enjoyed about our experience was Taylor, who is a wealth of knowledge and an absolute delight - we learned so much from her about the story of the winery and each wine we tasted. She exudes an infectious passion that makes you lean in all the more and enjoy each wine more fully. World-class experience. Highly recommend, look forward to returning.

Kim Buschkopf

Make an appointment! With appointment you get a group tour and informative tasting. I would suggest this as one of your first winery visits because of everything you'll learn. We had a family member of the winery go through several wines while the group was seated around a table with some snacks in the middle. He explained the area, the soil, the history, and the differences between the taste of their wines. This is a must for your first trip to Willamette Valley!

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