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Come in for a tasting!

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For a casual tasting, visit our tasting room and explore a selection of our current release wines. We taste two to three limited production pinot noirs from our Scott Paul Brand, as well as affordable, everyday wines from our Wildstock Wines brand.

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Open: WEDNESDAY – SUNDAY 11-5

Tasting Fee: $15 FOR A FLIGHT OF 5

CUSTOM TASTING EXPERIENCES

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Single Vineyard Private Seated Tasting*

Hosted in our newly remodeled wine room, this intimate tasting is led by one of our knowledgeable wine educators and gives guests the unique opportunity to taste through the current and library vintages of these extremely limited production wines.

  • For booking, please contact stephen@scottpaul.com or call 503.852.7300
  • 2 persons minimum, 6 persons maximum
  • $35.00 Per person – $20.00 for Scott Paul Members.

 

Single Vineyard Barrel Tasting*

For serious wine lovers interested in experiencing the truly exceptional, this tasting is not to be missed. Experience wines thieved directly from our barrels in our Barrel Cellar. Taste the difference between our single vineyards Pinot Noirs still maturing in tightly- grained French Oak, and make a side-by-side comparison with their finished counterparts from earlier vintages.

  • For booking, please contact stephen@scottpaul.com or call 503.852.7300
  • 2 persons minimum, 6 persons maximum
  • $45.00 Per person – $30.00 for Scott Paul Members.

 

Blind Tasting*

Can you tell the difference between a Gamay and a Pinot Noir? Test your Scott Paul wine knowledge skills or subtly identify what you like best. Why blind taste? Because it’s a lot of fun! Very cool prizes will be awarded to the most successful guessers.

  • For booking, please contact stephen@scottpaul.com or call 503.852.7300
  • 2 persons minimum, 6 persons maximum
  • $35.00 Per person – $20.00 for Scott Paul Members.

 

*All Scott Paul seated tastings are by appointment only. Please note that due to the nature of this experience, we do not permit any children or persons under the age of 21.

We look forward to seeing you!

I would recommend visiting Scott Paul. I’ve always felt that their wines have a beautiful elegance to them; they take a hands-off approach to winemaking. It’s an Old World ethic [...]

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Greg Reiter, Wine Steward

New Seasons Market

TASTING ROOM HISTORY

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Our lovely brick tasting room located in the heart of Carlton’s Railroad district, was built circa 1915 and originally housed the Carlton Creamery. In 1931, it became the Farmer’s Cooperative Creamery — they produced what is now known as Rose Valley Butter.

The granary buildings next to and across the street from our tasting room were owned by Madsen Grain Company. After the Coop Creamery moved to neighboring McMinnville, Madsen Grain took over the brick creamery building for a combination office and feed store. Our neighbor Ken Wright purchased the two granaries and our brick tasting room building after Madsen Grain closed.

Scott Paul Wines purchased the brick building and the granary across the street in 2005. We converted the brick building into our current tasting room, which opened in June 2006. The granary now houses our winery. Much of the material from both buildings was salvaged and repurposed in the tasting room. This includes the corrugated metal siding of the granary, which now serves as the tasting room’s ceiling. This metal siding was also utilized in our tasting bar design along with railroad track segments from the tracks behind the building. Original wood from both buildings was salvaged, restored, and reused for the ceiling trim.

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