Open Daily 11am-5pm

Complimentary Tasting Daily

If your group is more than 10, please call ahead for

reservation and fee information.

IMPORTANT NOTICE:  We are open for business but we can only offer "to-go" wine, pizza and soups at this time.  Please, call 541-942-1364 to place your order, and we'll deliver to your car. Friday Night Live is on hold until further notice.  Wine club selections are still available for pickup, but we cannot offer wine tasting at this time.

80247 Delight Valley School Road

Cottage Grove, OR  97424

Email:  saginawvineyard@epud.net

Phone/Fax:  541-942-1364

*Handcrafted Artisan Pizza
*Homemade Soup
*Cheese Plates
*Marechal Fudge
(spicy or classic)
 
Please ask about our Gluten-Free and Vegetarian options.
Nearly all of our offerings are naturally and deliciously gluten-free!

Please note only service animals that are specifically trained to aid persons with disabilities are permitted within the tasting room.  All leashed furry friends are welcome on the lawn during our normal tasting room hours of 11am-5pm.

Saginaw is a small vineyard originally planted by the Byler family in the early 1990s.  Today Scott still owns and runs the vineyard with his wife, Karen.  Scott acts as Chief Wine Maker, and specializes in traditional, hand-crafted grape and berry wines.  Karen acts as Chief Wine Taster and coordinates the many events held every year at the vineyard, both public and private.

 

The tasting room is located in the original, historic red barn of a 1900 farmstead.   You'll be met with down-home smiles, in an easy relaxed atmosphere where you'll enjoy complimentary tasting of Saginaw's award winning red and white varietals and specialty, farm-fresh, fruit wines.

 

Saginaw Vineyard is located at the southernmost tip of the Willamette Valley. The rising valley floor and the coast range meet at the foothills of the cascades, creating a unique micro-climate which is perfect for growing grapes. Compared to other Willamette Valley locations, the evenings are cooler and days are warmer here with frequent morning fog. The cool nights and warm afternoons are ideal for the Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris varietals and help the grapes develop the characteristic fruity flavors typical of the best vineyards.

 

The vineyard is planted at 620 feet of elevation, in Chehalis and Newberg alluvial loam soils, with four acres of Pinot Noir (Wadenswil, Pommard, and Dijon clones) and four acres of Pinot Gris (Clones 68 and 152). Two additional acres are planted to Muller Thurgau, Chardonnay, and Marechal Foch for making small batches of specialty wines. 

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