Take a day trip to the Yamhill-Carlton AVA in Oregon’s famed Willamette Valley and experience three distinct Oregon wine producers.
Two night stay (based on double occupancy) in a Deluxe King Room
$100 Resort Credit
Complimentary bottle of Wine
Complimentary Wine tastings at Fairsing Vineyard, Gran Moraine, and Ken Wright Cellars
10% discount on Wine purchase of 6 bottles or more
Lunch for two at Horseradish in Carlton
**Transportation Not Included**
Fairsing Vineyard’s limited-production and age worthy wines are expressive of the diverse estate showcasing silky tannins, balanced acidity and distinct minerality. Nestled within a one-hundred-acre sustainable forest, Fairsing is distinguished by its biodiversity, varied topography, and panoramic views of the Northern Willamette Valley. Savor estate-grown Pinot noir and Chardonnay surrounded by the beauty and bounty of Fairsing Vineyard.
Gran Moraine takes its name from our estate vineyard that is home to glacial rock outcroppings that were once part of the giant glacial dam’s moraine. We believe our wines are a true expression of the vintage, the Yamhill-Carlton AVA and the culture of Oregon’s northern Willamette Valley. We invite you to taste our estate Pinot Noirs, Chardonnays, and Sparkling Wine.
Established in 1994, in rural Carlton, Oregon, Ken Wright Cellars is devoted to showcasing the inherent quality of selected vineyard sites. With a clarity and breadth that is unequaled by other varieties, we believe Pinot noir best expresses the character of these sites. Rather than stamping wine with a varietal trademark, Pinot noir is the ultimate vehicle for conveying the aroma, flavor and texture of the location in which it is grown. Ken Wright Cellars produces a single vineyard Pinot Noir from 13 different vineyard sites in the Northern Willamette Valley.
We are a restaurant, wine and cheese bar located in the “Great Little Town” of Carlton. Carlton is conveniently located in the middle of Oregon wine country making us the perfect stop on your wine tasting tour. The Horse Radish opened its doors in 2007 and after three years of operation, changed ownership in 2010. Sean and Julie Davis are pleased to live in, and be a part of the community. Moving from Bend in 2009, they have brought a new energy, and some of their wonderful family members to The Horse Radish.