Rosé is Here!
Spring has finally arrived with our very first release of the 2020 vintage. This 100 percent Pinot Noir dry rosé is just $18 and pairs great with shrimp tacos, porches, sunshine and rain.
Single Vineyard Pinot Noirs
Pinot Noir is well-suited to our cool climate here in Oregon. Our very best estate vineyard sites are honored with small bottlings of Single Vineyard wines.
Ultima is our definition of dessert; opulence in a bottle. While Riesling supplies the weight of this wine with fresh pear, apricot and honey notes, the supplemental varietals add beautiful delicate aromatics.
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.
Come Rafting With Us!
Just like Elk Cove, Wet Planet was founded by a couple driven by their passions. After talking about it for years, Shirley from Elk Cove and Jaco at Wet Planet have designed a collaborative multi-day adventure on Idaho’s Main Salmon River. This trip is open to all of our fans – with Elk Cove wines along for the ride.
Come play on the river, experience the wilderness and toast each day’s paddling with a glass of Elk Cove Wine. Cheers!
- Wine For A Healthy Planet“Elk Cove, under the winemaking direction of Adam Campbell, has become one of Oregon’s premier wineries, making sublime single-vineyard Pinot Noirs and also this peachy, crisp Pinot Gris. It’s a perfect, sustainably-made summer white.”
- Pinot Blanc – The Lesser-Known PinotOn our estate vineyards we farm three vines in the Pinot family: Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, and the more unusual Pinot Blanc. These varietals are so closely related that occasionally a winegrower will discover two types growing on the same vine!
- Adam’s Crab CakesIt’s our post-harvest tradition to rent a boat and go crabbing at Kelly’s Marina. While we don’t always make it to the coast to go crabbing ourselves, but sitting around the table shelling cooked crab from the fishmonger is also a great way to catch up while anticipating the great meal ahead, usually while savoring a glass of what we in the Campbell family call “cooking wine” (wine poured for the cooks). Dungeness crab season in Oregon runs from December to August.