Scott Paul Wines is an artisanal producer of Pinot Noir, based in Carlton, Oregon. Our wines reveal elegance and finesse, the benchmarks of what we consider to be the very heart and soul of Pinot Noir. Our fruit is sourced from some of the finest vineyards in the Willamette Valley including Maresh Vineyard and our estate vineyard Azana.
In 2014 we launched Wildstock Wines, a multi-varietal family of wines that reflect the creative, independent and wild spirit of Oregon.
Scott Paul Pinot Noirs include La Paulée, D122 (Ribbon Ridge Vineyard), Bedrock (Nysa Vineyard), Azana (Azana Vineyard), and Audrey (Maresh Vineyard), named after Audrey Hepburn, who epitomizes the sophistication and un-manipulated beauty we strive for in our Pinot Noirs. Read more about our vineyards and winemaking style.
Our tasting room, housed in a restored circa-1915 creamery, is open 12-5 Thursday-Sunday and features wines from Scott Paul and Wildstock brands. Our winery, across the street from the tasting room, was formerly a granary. Historic Carlton boasts 10 plus wineries in walking distance downtown in addition to several quaint cafes, two food carts, and one of the best jam shops around!
Named after Scott Paul Wright, who founded the brand in 1999 with his wife, Martha, Scott Paul Wines is now owned by Scott and Martha’s long-time business partner and friend, Cameron Healy. From 2006 to 2014 we also operated a very popular Burgundy and Grower Champagne Import Company from our Carlton tasting room. With the goal of seeing all parts of the business reach their full potential, Scott and Martha sold their interest in Scott Paul Wines to Cameron, but retained full ownership of the import company, which they now operate separately.
Cameron Healy was an early pioneer in the Natural Foods Industry starting in 1972 co-founding Golden Temple Natural Bakery and went on to found Kettle Foods in 1978, maker of natural gourmet potato chips brand Kettle Chips [...]
Cameron Healy was an early pioneer in the Natural Foods Industry starting in 1972 co founding Golden Temple Natural Bakery and went on to found Kettle Foods in 1978, maker of natural gourmet potato chips brand Kettle Chips. He also co founded Kona Brewing Co, producer of Longboard Lager in 1994 and founded the Bill Healy Foundation as a non profit entity in 1996, which does work in the areas of Environmental Conservation and Well Being of Children in Oregon and Hawaii. Cameron has been a partner in Scott Paul Wines, LLC for the past 10 years and purchased the full business from its founding partner in December 2014. A former board chair of Portland based Ecotrust, he has a personal business philosophy that emphasizes building teams that support a strong company CULTURE, are focused on producing quality products with high level of CRAFT and recognizes the importance of the enterprise to play a role as a COMMUNITY partner.
Cameron Healy is a Fifth Generation Oregonian whose ancestors homesteaded in the Willamette Valley after making their way via the Oregon trail in 1843. He personally enjoys wood craft, surfing, cycling, motor racing, gardening and grandchildren.
President & Partner
Shawn has a passion for creativity, collaboration, building dynamic company cultures and, of course, wine. At Wildstock Wines, Shawn has fused those passions into fulfilling a new vision to the winery that’s dedicated to bringing fresh, new thinking to the Willamette Valley [...]
Shawn has a passion for creativity, collaboration, building dynamic company cultures and, of course, wine. At Scott Paul Wines, Shawn has fused those passions into fulfilling a new vision to the winery that’s dedicated to bringing fresh, new thinking to the Willamette Valley. Shawn has a track record of developing industry-defining marketing communications for entrepreneurial and international icon brands, serving as U.S. Advertising Director for both Nike and Levi’s. Following fifteen years in corporate marketing, Bavaresco decided to pursue his passion for wine as Marketing Director of Bonny Doon Vineyard. In 2006, he co-founded Pacific Rim Winery in the Northwest and later established VinMotion Wine Company, a multi-brand portfolio of progressive, award-winning wines. After VinMotion was acquired by Banfi Vintners in 2010, he became Creative Director for Banfi Vintners global brands. Shawn met Cameron Healy in 2013 and their shared values of innovation and compassionate business practices lead them to become fast friends, and ultimately business partners. Shawn can often be found in his home with his wife and two children, hosting close friends and enjoying long conversations inspired by good bottles of wine.
Ian Burch’s passion for wine began at an early age when he and his farm-minded-father worked together moving around dirt, landscaping and putting in a huge family garden. By 17, he had his first taste of wine and knew that he would channel his creativity [...]
Ian Burch’s passion for wine began at an early age when he and his farm-minded-father worked together moving around dirt, landscaping and putting in a huge family garden. By 17, he had his first taste of wine and knew that he would channel his creativity and energy into a life of viticulture and wine. Upon graduating with a B.S. in Wine and Viticulture from California Polytechnic University, Ian worked through the wine world. In 2008, Ian decided to move to the Willamette Valley’s Eola-Amity Hills where he worked six years as assistant winemaker for Evening Land Vineyards until taking the winemaking position in early 2014. In his time there, Ian was part of the team responsible for producing Wine Spectator’s highest scoring Chardonnay and Pinot Noir with fruit of the historic Seven Springs Vineyard, all under the watchful eye of legendary Burgundian winemaker Dominique Lafon. Ian found Oregon his ideal home for making cool climate Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Today, Ian lives with his newly-wed wife on a vineyard in the Eola-Amity Hills where they are tilling ground for their veggie garden and spending their weekends enjoying the company of friends.
Marc has been an advisor to Scott Paul Wines over the last seven years focusing on the financial and operational aspects of the winery. He brings a wealth of experience to the team having led North American Operations for Kettle Chips for many years and then as their Global CFO... [...]
Marc has been an advisor to Scott Paul Wines over the last seven years focusing on the financial and operational aspects of the winery. He brings a wealth of experience to the team having led North American Operations for Kettle Chips for many years and then as their Global CFO. Marc is the Finance Director of the Bill Healy Foundation, a Portland based nonprofit entity that focuses on Environmental Conservation and the Well-being of Children in Oregon and Hawaii. Marc also sits on the Board of the Foundation as well as the Board of Craft Brew Alliance, Sequential Biodiesel, Pacific Biodiesel and the Advisory Board of Kona Brewing Company. Marc has spent a significant portion of his career creating and executing strategies around scaling brands and operations and organizational development. He thrives in the application and integration of financial and operational issues commonly faced by growing companies. Marc resides in Portland and looks forward to time with his wife and two daughters, as well as runs through Forest Park with his dog, new experiences with wine or nice days on the Deschutes with his fly rod.
Ben Savery joined Scott Paul in 2014 after 10+ years as Director of Sales at Provvista Specialty Foods, where he managed a team of 14 sales people covering all of Oregon and Washington and a customer list of over 1,000 customers ranging from [...]
Ben Savery joined Scott Paul in 2014 after 10+ years as Director of Sales at Provvista Specialty Foods, where he managed a team of 14 sales people covering all of Oregon and Washington and a customer list of over 1,000 customers ranging from independent restaurants to Whole Foods Markets. In Ben’s time there, Provvista grew from a modest Portland based $5M/year distributor to a company with more than $25M/year in sales with a fleet of 12 trucks and warehouses in both Portland and Seattle. Prior to Provvista, Ben worked in food processing and public warehousing. Ben grew up in Portland and has a BA from Colorado College as well as an MBA from the University of Washington.
Whether coaching his son’s soccer team, shooting baskets in the driveway, gardening or hiking with the family, most non-work time is spent outside. Ben is an old, yet avid, soccer player himself. Ben is a board member of the Irvington Youth Soccer Association and an Advisory Board Member for OSU’s Food Innovation Center.
Direct To Consumer Manager
Stephen joined the team in October 2016, after 5 years of hospitality experience. He grew up in the Dundee Hills, unknowingly being covered in the very dirt that grows the valley’s world renowned Pinot Noir. [...]
Stephen joined the team in October 2016, after 5 years of hospitality experience. He grew up in the Dundee Hills, unknowingly being covered in the very dirt that grows the valley’s world renowned Pinot Noir. Stephen began his career working at the Allison Inn and Spa, which started his passion for the industry. He received an opportunity to move to Europe for a year to work in hospitality and slowly found himself falling in love with wine. He returned home and worked at Domaine Drouhin Oregon for a year before realizing he wanted to learn more about the wine-making process. He decided to work as a cellarhand in New Zealand for the 2016 vintage, where he was able to learn in the most hands-on way possible. Now equipped with his knowledge, drive and passion, Stephen returned to the valley and was welcomed as the Direct To Consumer Manager at Scott Paul & Wildstock Wines. In his free time, Stephen enjoys exploring all that Oregon has to offer, from the incredible natural landscapes, to the diverse food and beverage scene.
We’ve selected our partners like we select the grapes for our wines – carefully, diligently and with great discretion. From our growers to our vineyard manager to our sales team, we’re proud to have partners with whom we’ve worked for many, many years. The trust we put into our valuable partners translates into our confidence that we’re producing and distributing the finest wines in the Willamette Valley.
Maresh Red Hills Vineyard
Maresh Red Hills Vineyard in Oregon is located in the heart of the Dundee Hills. Founded and farmed by Jim and Loie Maresh since 1970 it is the fifth oldest vineyard in Oregon and the first of a three generation vineyard farming and winemaking family in Oregon.website
Robin Kelly, long-time executive chef at the Racquet Club, and Dewey Kelly, former chef turned marketing executive and winemaker, nurtured the vision of Ribbon Ridge Vineyard ever since their wedding on the property in 1978. Today they retain fruit from the “Wedding Block” for their own Ribbon Ridge Vineyard label but are proud to have Ian and Scott Paul Wines, along with a few other select winemakers use Ribbon Ridge Vineyard fruit in their wines.website