Come in for a tasting!
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.
Open: WEDNESDAY – SUNDAY 11-5
Tasting Fee: $15 FOR A FLIGHT OF 4
CUSTOM TASTING EXPERIENCES
Our seated, private custom tasting experience is offered Wednesday to Sunday. The fee is $40.00 per person ($30 for Scott Paul Club Members) for the one hour visit and is limited to eight guests.
Tastings include a cheese and charcuterie plate featuring all Oregon products, a winery tour, and signed bottles of all featured wines are available for purchase.
SCHEDULE A PRIVATE TASTING
To schedule a private tasting, or for any other questions regarding your visit, contact Rodolphe Louchart at 503-686-4200 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org Rodolphe
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TASTING ROOM HISTORY
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.