Fodor's Expert Review Torii Mor Winery

Dundee Winery/Brewery/Distillery

One of Yamhill County's oldest vineyards, established in 1993, makes small quantities of handcrafted Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, and Chardonnay and is set amid Japanese gardens with breathtaking views of the Willamette Valley. The gardens were designed by Takuma Tono, the same architect who designed the renowned Portland Japanese Garden. The owners, who love all things Japanese, named their winery after the distinctive Japanese gate of Shinto religious significance; they added a Scandinavian mor, signifying "earth," to create an east-west combo: "earth gate." Jacques Tardy, a native of Nuits Saint Georges, in Burgundy, France, is the current winemaker. Under his guidance Torii Mor wines have become more Burgundian in style.


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18323 N.E. Fairview Dr.
Dundee, Oregon  97115, USA


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Rate Includes: Daily 11–5, Tastings $15

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