Founded by Russ Raney in 1986, Evesham Wood is based on the idea that small is beautiful. To maintain a high level of quality, we rely on two basic principles: obtaining optimally ripe low-yield fruit from the best possible sites in the Willamette Valley, and using minimal intervention in the winemaking process. That approach is alive and well today, and is evident in every bottle we produce.

Open, but taking it slow

We are taking appointments for private tours are open for weekend private tastings by reservation only. Details are available here.


 

Wine in the Time of COVID-19

Hopefully the G.G. Marquez reference made you smile. Wine is inherently social: made by and enjoyed best in small groups. While it's not hard to pop open a bottle on one's own, it is more delicious when you get to describe, debate, and share with others. In addition to complimentary delivery in the Portland and Salem metro areas and consultation, we are now offering remote versions of visiting our tasting cabin experience. After your wines (Succinct or Long paths) arrive and a good time selected, our in-house Advanced Sommelier (CMS) will video conference in and offer details and framing. We thank you for your continued support and wish good health for you and your families.

--Erin Nuccio

What others are saying

  • Erin Nuccio of Evesham Wood and Haden Fig is making some of the most delicious, compelling Pinot noir in the Willamette Valley.
    Food & Wine Magazine
  • And from nowhere, the top Oregon Pinot noir is another house known for its restraint, Evesham Wood, a small winery in the Eola Amity Hills run by Erin Nuccio. It bested some perennial Pinot powerhouses, including Littorai, Patz & Hall, Kosta Browne and Domaine Drouhin.
    Wine & Spirits Magazine
  • A strikingly elegant and ultra-pure nose...impeccably well-balanced. The price-value ratio is simply fantastic.
    Burghound