Aerial Photo of Elk Cove's Estate Vineyards, Gaston, Willamette Valley, Oregon

Welcome to Elk Cove Vineyards

One boy driving a crawler tractor with another boy watering grapevines in milk cartons

One of Oregon’s Historic
Family-Farmed Wineries

vineyard in spring with red clover field in distance

Growers of Meticulously Managed,
Sustainable Vineyards

soil trilogy with barrels and wine glass

Crafting Estate Grown
Willamette Valley Wines

Welcome to Elk Cove.

Featured

Willamette Valley Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir

Made with fruit from all 6 of our vineyard sites, our Willamette Valley Pinot Noir is carefully blended to produce the most approachable, well-balanced Pinot Noir we make.

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charcuterie and wine

Wine Tasting

We offer indoor and outdoor wine tastings by appointment. Limited walk-in availability. You can also add a charcuterie or cheese plate when you make your reservation.

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Pinot Gris in the garden

Pinot Gris

The most popular white varietal in Oregon is also our most popular white wine. We have just a few cases left of our 2020 Pinot Gris left to share with you before we’re waiting for the 2021 vintage.

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wine tasting in carafes with a sunflower

Visit Elk Cove

Join us for a seated wine tasting overlooking our Winery Estate Vineyard. Complimentary for wine club members.

We offer seated tastings by reservation, with limited space available on the Elk Cove patio and in our large tasting room.

On-site retail shopping and curbside pickup are also available. Cheers!

Join Our Wine Club

Named for our local subspecies of elk, a Roosevelt Club membership includes spring and club releases shipped right to your door. Pickup options are available for locals.

Expand your cellar, drink wine, and enjoy exclusive perks. Named for our local subspecies of elk, Roosevelt Club Members get our best prices year-round on Elk Cove wines.

Latest News

  • Staff Pick: Our 2018 Five Mountain Pinot Noir
    This is a wine that invites conversation. I’m usually the queen of food pairings, but Five Mountain is one where there’s enough going on to enjoy on its own. I love to open this wine on days when I can sit quietly with it.
  • VIDEO: Five Mountain Vineyard
    Five Mountain Vineyard sits on Laurelwood soil in the Chehalem Mountains AVA and is home to winemaker Adam Campbell and his family. Learn more about Five Mountain in this short video produced by the team at Elk Cove.
  • 92 Points & Publisher’s Pick – The Tasting Panel Magazine
    “Bright, with high-toned acidity. A light sprinkle of white pepper settles on dusted rose petals, a strawberry patch, and tobacco leaf. Earthy and spicy, with just the right balance of fruit tones to keep it fresh.”