We’re pretty proud of our magnificent view from the winery—heck, it’s WAY better than the view from our house on the same property. So we just nodded our heads in agreement when Tamara Belgard included us in her round-up of “The Best Views in Oregon Wine Country” article for Wine4Food.
The article appeared a few days ago and included our neighbors at Rain Dance Vineyard, who were lauded for the herd of llamas (where else but in Oregon could you taste wine AND feed llamas at the same time?). Here’s what Tamara had to say about us…
Perched on the slope of Chehalem Mountain, Bells Up features a spectacular 270-degree view of the surrounding area. It also overlooks the quaint little town of Newberg and their estate vineyard, planted to Pinot noir and the Willamette Valley’s first planting of Seyval blanc. An array of Oregon native wildflowers bloom throughout the spring and summer (and sometimes even into the fall!). With private tastings by appointment only, the view is always yours alone to appreciate. The winery was named “One of The Best Places to Kiss in the Willamette Valley” in 2018 by Oregon Wine Press, something you’ll want to test for yourself.
If you haven’t been here in a while, now’s a great time to schedule a visit with spring’s warm temperatures starting to blossom. We’re looking forward to hosting more tastings out on the #wineporch as the valley warms up for the summer. Contact us to book your exclusive tasting experience today.