huntington hill vineyards estate
encompassing 165 acres with 22 acres planted in wine grape vines: it is here that land, air, water, science and art work together in zen-like deliberation.
five elements work in concert to make Huntington Hill Vineyards unique:
- land - a symphony of three silt loam soils provide exceptional character and flavors in the grapes: Chehulpum-Rickreall, Willakenzie-Goodin-Steiwer, and Wellsdale-Dupee.
- air - fresh, clean and clear: the unique micro-climate of this land, supported by the winds of the Van Duzer corridor, coming from the Coastal range.
- water - Oregon's bountiful rain and the fresh water from our lake, fed by seasonal creeks and rainfall.
- science - the master-craft of a sophisticated palate combined with the experienced chemistry of winemaking, enabling the distinctive character of our grapes to be revealed in wine.
- art - knowing when to care for and tend the vines, allowing nature to work its magic, knowing precisely when to harvest, as well as how to crush, ferment and barrel the juice from the Huntington Hill grape berries, taking advantage of the special qualities resident in our produce.
with pastoral views of the valley to the east, south and west, Huntington Hill rises above the valley floor 450 feet. positioned east of a 20 acre fresh water lake, Huntington Hill Vineyards is dedicated to the pursuit of growing fine wine making grapes, crafting enjoyable wine, and sharing both with fellow travelers on life's journey. now known as the Perrydale Hills wine growing area (we hope for an official AVA designation as well), Huntington Hill Vineyards was one of the first pioneers committed to growing wine grapes in an area that is now experiencing a series of vineyard developments.