Even back in the 1970’s, Cliff and Allison Anderson knew the Dundee Hills were special. Working with industry pioneers Alex Sokol-Blosser and Rollin Soles, it was easy to build a case in the AVA application for the hills’ unique terroir. Whether it was plums, cherries, walnuts, strawberries or filberts, the Dundee Hills have a long history of growing Oregon’s best fruit – and wine grapes thrive – pushing deep roots to grow amazing flavors.
Anderson Family Vineyard is a family owned, fully integrated vineyard and winery. All of their fruit is grown in an organically dry farmed landslide vineyard. And while the Wine Country UPS driver tells them they have the best view, it’s the steep and deep pile of rocks that makes this site stand out. Visit to see the stunning views. Stay to taste the bottled magic.
Here’s something you may not know: Cliff and Allison’s initial site was rife with challenges, including dairy cows that made short work of that first Oregon vineyard! After searching for three years, they found and planted their knoll in the Dundee Hills.