EdenVale Winery
EdenVale Winery
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Eden Valley Orchards 2319 Voorhies Road Medford, OR 97501 This orchard property has been in cultivation since the mid-1850s. Joseph H. Stewart bought and named Eden Valley Orchards in 1885 and became widely recognized as the father of the commercial pear industry in Southern Oregon. It historically has been a social gathering place for local people, and its proportions, surrounding amenities, and valley views are highly attractive to guests. Our estate pears are made into hard pear cider to be released this winter.
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Stephen
Irvine, CA23 contributions
Nov 2021 • Couples
We discovered EdenVale because they are ‘Harvest Hosts’ and will accommodate an overnight RV stay for Harvest Host members. This review is for both the winery and the Harvest Host experience…

EdenVale Winery is a 5 star Harvest Host experience that RVers will love. Note: in wet weather, which is often in these parts, you’ll be very happy to have four wheel drive. The grassy field alongside the pear orchard where you’ll park your RV is, well, a grassy field. The setting is quiet and bucolic and a short stroll to the main house and nearby tasting room.

The wine tasting experience:
The staff (Emily, Jenny, Nino) immediately made us feel relaxed and genuinely welcomed. The white and red wines and warm ciders were delicious.

We order the Charcuterie Plate: Served with crostini and fresh bread. Delicious!

So many have commented on the interesting history, beauty and ambiance of this place and we echo those impressions. All in all, we feel very grateful to have experienced EdenVale and hope to visit again and often.
Written November 8, 2021
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3bridgesboys
Brush Prairie, WA10 contributions
Jan 2018 • Family
We have never wine-tasted in the Rogue Valley area and were excited to see a new area. EdenVale was absolutely beautiful in its landscaping and statue. The wine was good, tasting room was located in the old carriage house with many original
components still intact. Chrissy was an exceptional host offering plenty of historical facts and fun stories about the property. She was even giving our 11-year old a history lesson about the property and area. I would love to see the grounds in the summer! We will be back!
Written January 14, 2018
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Thank you! We are glad you enjoyed the Rogue Valley and our winery property. There is so much to do, see and taste here. Please do visit again.
Written January 16, 2018
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mofishmo
Medford, OR182 contributions
Aug 2018 • Friends
EdenVale Winery is a great place to relax with wonderful wines and a Great Staff to help find the type of wine your prefer and take it to new heights..Attended several concerts there and this beautiful location & winery will Not disappoint.
Written April 3, 2019
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Sandra R
Northbrook169 contributions
Jul 2017 • Couples
After our wine tasting of several delicious wines, including a pear cider, we purchased two bottles and ordered a baked Brie with crostinis to accompany two glasses of their cider wine blend, brought to us as we sat in the shade on Adirondack chairs in the shade on a warm and sunny day. With our two small dogs nearby, we found this to be heavenly. Highly recommend the wines and the place.
Written July 11, 2017
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Dar Sigfusson
Oregon90 contributions
Apr 2017 • Family
EdenVale is my favorite winery, and what makes them stand out among the many other Southern Oregon wineries is how they age their wine before release. You can try their 2006 Claret, a 2007 Syrah, and many wines just as old. They were made for ageing, and they have aged well. Also, the tasting room staff are funny and good natured.
Written April 17, 2017
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NEKVT
Jacksonville, OR60 contributions
Feb 2017 • Couples
We visited EdenVale Winery for the first (and probably last) time by attending their S’More Love with Inter Courses, Bonfire and Dancing at EdenVale’s Historic Barn last weekend. Although it was billed as a food and wine pairing, it turned out that for $69 per person, you got one glass of wine and a buffet dinner. The "pairing" was suggestions of other glasses of wine which you could purchase. The historic barn was freezing (the explanation was that they had had another event earlier in the day and used up the propane for one of the heaters), so by the time you took your buffet food (which was OK, but not worth the price) back to the table, it was quite cold. Where I come from, a bonfire is a large pile of wood that puts out a lot of heat, but their version was two trash barrels which did not put out enough heat to attract any visitors. There was an open space for dancing (although no one danced while we were there) and a pre-recorded stream of oldies (there was a gentleman eating dinner near there, so I assume he was the DJ, although I never saw him touch the music source).

We found the event to be very disappointing, and the two red wines that they were pouring to be mediocre, so we will not be returning nor putting them on our list of recommended stops for our visitors.
Written February 13, 2017
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Olin
Reno, NV28 contributions
Oct 2016 • Couples
By far one of the most underrated wineries in the region. It is definitely a must visit destination if you are in the area of Medford, and they have some of the nicest staff you might encounter in all of Oregon.
Written October 3, 2016
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Professir
Friday Harbor, WA10 contributions
Jul 2015 • Couples
Lovely historic old fruit orchard from the Rogue Valley's agrarian days. Great event site. But the transition to a winery has been troubled. Really.Bad.Wine.
Written August 9, 2015
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Lobagirl
Amelia Island, FL20 contributions
Jun 2019 • Family
BEST wine, BEST service and BEST tasting experience in the area- and we visiting all vineyards. Lisa was the BEST! Edenvale wine is delicious! We’re going back for more!
Written June 27, 2019
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395rocky
Medford, OR29 contributions
May 2018 • Family
Have visited EdenVale several times to sample and buy their excellent wines and to attend concerts at their venue. Some great history in this place; make sure you ask about it when you visit.
Written October 9, 2018
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