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Stoller Family Estate, Dayton

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Winery / Vineyard · Food & Drink
Stoller Family Estate is one of the most highly regarded vineyards and wineries in Oregon. Pioneering Oregonian and Founder Bill Stoller purchased his family’s second-generation farm in 1993 with the vision of cultivating an enduring legacy for the land and Oregon wine industry. Over the last 25 years, he has patiently transformed the 400-acre property into the largest contiguous vineyard in the Dundee Hills that has become synonymous with producing exceptional wines. Stoller Family Estate features the world’s first LEED® Gold certified winery, three guest homes and a state of the art tasting room with panoramic vineyard views. Stoller is honored to be named Best Tasting Room in the Nation by USA Today 10Best Reader’s Choice poll in 2018 and Oregon’s Most Admired Winery by the Portland Business Journal for four consecutive years. For more information, visit
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  • We went here for our first visit and found a beautiful view and tasting room on the porch with great wines, particularly the Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir. You must call ahead and book reservations....  more »
  • We met friends their, and had a great time. The wines were good, the surroundings were good, and the staff made for an awesome experience.  more »
  • One of the most beautiful views of any winery in this area. But too many negatives for me to enjoy this place. Every table inside was reserved. Every table outside was reserved. So nowhere to sit. Bathroom is too small and always a huge line of people. No trash cans anywhere in the main room or out on the deck. So you're left with nowhere to put used napkins, etc. No place to set empty wine glasses when you're finished with them. And the Adirondack chairs are great. But the lawn in that area is completely dead and ground is hard and dusty. I would think with all the money this place is obviously pulling down they could at least irrigate this one main section of lawn. It's a distracting eyesoar from the otherwise beautiful grounds around the main building. I guess they're a victim of their own success. But for me, they miss the boat in too many areas. Wasn't really a fun place to hang out.
  • 5 stars for an absolutely gorgeous location, breathtaking views all around and ambience. 3 stars for the knowledge of the staff. 2 stars for the wine, a big disappointment on the drink. The venue can only make up so much on the disappointment of the wine.

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