Wooldridge Creek Winery

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Wooldridge Creek Winery
4.5
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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At Wooldridge Creek Vineyard, Winery, Creamery and Charcuterie, we specialize in small batches of wine, cheese, and charcuterie (meats and vegetables) available only at our estate tasting room. As the first combined winery, creamery and charcuterie in Oregon, we invite you to visit and taste our estate wines and small batches of artisanal cheeses and meats.
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Sue W
Madison608 contributions
Don't miss this winery!
Sep 2021
This was our favorite winery of the three we visited today. Every single staff member was friendly and happy to help. We even spent some time chatting with the winemaker. The winery is in a beautiful setting with tables and umbrellas and gorgeous views. We enjoyed every wine we tasted - enough that we became club members. We also had the Chef’s board platter which was delicious. We ate every bite! The only hiccup is that we were incorrectly charged but they corrected it as soon as we brought it to their attention. Definitely recommend!
Written September 11, 2021
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Trista A
Sonoma County, CA91 contributions
A chance for a full wine tasting experience...
Jul 2021
At the recommendation of a friend in the wine industry we made a point of stopping here just after lunch time. One of their big selling points is they make all their own cheese and charcuterie on site as well as their wine. The signage around how to check in and get a spot was a bit fuzzy but once we were seated it all went well. We opted for the chef's tasting plate which came with 3 cheeses, salumi, pepperoni and polish sausage along with gluten free crackers, curried almonds and a honey habanero mustard. The charcuterie was good nothing amazing but good. The wines were pleasant - our favorites were the Dry Rose and the gewürztraminer. Lovely grounds with beautiful views of the vineyards and valley.
Written July 11, 2021
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Martin M
Applegate, OR181 contributions
Best winery in Applegate Valley. They also have a Creamery and make their own cheeses on site....great outdoor areas with garde
Jun 2021 • Solo
I love coming here on a regular basis, sitting outside overlooking the Applegate Valley and have one of their fine wines with a wine and cheese board or a flight of different wine choices
Written June 25, 2021
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SeaStar41
Seaside, OR72 contributions
Best picnic in a long time
Jun 2021
Beautiful setting. Allergic to white wines so they offered a red wine only sampler. It was ok with them for us to sit outside and eat our left-over pizza we had brought along for a picnic. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Lewis, the cat, is friendly. Totally enjoyable experience.
Written June 7, 2021
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Sara S
Eugene, OR14 contributions
The best afternoon we’ve had in a long time
Jan 2021 • Couples
A friend recommended this winery-we had free wine tasting with our stay at the Weasku Inn (wonderful!) and were delighted they were open on a Monday in January. It was just the most delightful afternoon-their wines were fabulous across the board, their tasting pours are generous, and the food (we ordered the cheese and charcuterie plate) was absolutely wonderful. Sat in the sun, enjoyed the view and winery cat-highly recommend.
Written January 27, 2021
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HenryW
Portland, OR281 contributions
Total wine and cheese experience! Beautiful surroundings!
Oct 2020
WE were in the area wine tasting and were told to include Wooldridge Creek along with the more popular stop at Troon. We were very glad to have gotten the recommendation. The wines we tasted were excellent, but our personal "wine and cheese" party was enhanced by the surrounding views and the varieties of chevre and other varieties of house-made goat cheese. (My wife is allergic to cow cheeses!) The house-made gluten-free crackers were perfect with the cheeses, and of course the accompanying wines!
Written November 9, 2020
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Marshall J
Bainbridge Island, WA545 contributions
A Scenic Applegate Valley Winery Pioneers By Making Its Own Cheeses and Meats Too
Oct 2019
This lovely winery with a scenic view down over the Applegate Valley would be a fine destination just for its excellent wines and its enticing patio areas (some of them covered) and a big fire pit. But what really surprises here is that this is believed to be the very first winery in the United States that also makes its own cheeses and its own meats too -- what a concept! Talk about eating and drinking "local." Wooldridge Creek is an enviable place, with friendly and helpful staff, where it is easy to wile away an hour or two in utter rural bliss, as we did.
Written November 5, 2019
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Goldfinch22
Roseburg, OR17 contributions
Everything you could want!
Aug 2019
My husband and I visited both the winery/vineyard in the Applegate Valley for some wine tasting in a most remarkable outdoor venue and the Vin Farm in town. Surrounding nature views are so gorgeous, including the gardens, animals and vines. We are really quite fond of the Wooldridge wines; they are very high quality. The following day we finally tried the brunch they offer at the Vin Farm in town. OMG!!! The food, service and interesting building are amazing. You can peek through windows to see the charcuterie hanging and take your time with the bottomless mimosas that were served with juices for you to mix and match: passion fruit, blood orange, orange and my personal favorite...strawberry. I had the Croque Madame which was quite delicious and my husband had sausage and brisket with potato hash. We also had to try their bacon (YUM) and they gave us samplings of their charcuterie and lox. We could have spent the whole day there in heaven. Everything is top notch and the prices are quite reasonable. The food is so delicious, you just have to try it. Can't wait to try their 'small plates' during the week paired with wines. This is a real hidden gem. It is fun, relaxing, educational and scenic. For those who don't know,,,,they also have rooms/apartment for rent above in case you want to fully enjoy the decadence and not have to drive. Vin Farm is perfectly located in old town.
Written September 4, 2019
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Michael S
Portland, OR277 contributions
Quite Scenic and Peaceful
May 2019 • Couples
Very much enjoyed the fine vino and goat cheese. So beautiful and peaceful. We highly recommend for all.
Written June 6, 2019
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Lv2TrvlWelt
SF Bay Area, CA57 contributions
Sip - and sit - a spell
Jun 2019 • Couples
We enjoyed the charcuterie and cheese platter with a full flight of wines sitting on the patio surrounded by flowers and trees. We love that they make their own cheese, charcuterie and even tasty gluten free crackers. All delicious.
Written June 6, 2019
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