Old World Style Wines
Situated in a beautiful 1900s Farmhouse on the family’s vineyard in the Dundee Hills, the tasting room features Old World Style Italian wines.
Open daily for tastings, reservations strongly recommended. Tastings by appointment on Mondays and Tuesdays. Enjoy semi-heated, outdoor and fireside tastings and treats with us. Indoor tastings available with proof of vaccination, group size limited to four. Outdoor tastings available for groups up to six or contact us in advance for larger groups.
$30 reservation fee is non-refundable, but it is applied to tasting fees and wine purchased during your visit. Now offering a picnic tasting that serves 2-6 people, basket contains an assortment of international delights – contents vary, reserve now.
We ship to most states and are currently offering virtual online tastings. For more information, to place an order or schedule a virtual tasting call 503-864-8777 or email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Masks are optional indoors.
Please call ahead for parties larger than six (6).
Pack-in, pack-out trash policy.
Open daily for tastings! Reservations encouraged, book your appointment. Appointments preferred Mondays and Tuesdays.
Indoor tastings offered with proof of vaccination (limit 4), seating limited; outdoor patio tastings offered (limit 6). Please call for larger parties.
No appointment needed for pick-up and to-go wine orders.
Bounty of Yamhill County – Get Tickets
Saturday, Augst 20th 6:30-8:30
Poetry in the Vineyard – Get Tickets
Sunday, August 21st 4-7pm
Mark Your Calendars! Fall Wine Club RBQ
Saturday, September 17th
Remy Wines is a Willamette Valley winery founded in 2006 by lesbian winemaker and true Oregonian, Remy Drabkin. Born and raised in McMinnville, Remy came up in the cellars of Willamette Valley greats and by the age of eight, she knew she wanted to become a winemaker herself. Remy Wines produces northern Italian varieties grown in the Pacific Northwest, Willamette Valley legacy grapes and emerging varieties in her hometown of McMinnville, Oregon. Consistent throughout is Drabkin’s unmistakable flair for innovation and her healthy disregard for convention.
The Remy Wines portfolio is divided into three labels: Remy Wines, under which single-varietal expressions of northern Italian grapes like Nebbiolo, Sangiovese, Dolcetto and Lagrein are found; Three Wives, an homage to her vibrant family which includes accessible cuvées of white, red and rosé wines each year; and the emerging Black Heart Series, including odes to Super Tuscans, Bordeaux-style Malbec-Carménère blends, Willamette Valley Chardonnays and a Méthode Champenoise sparkling wine. Wines can be enjoyed at the beautiful Remy Wines farmhouse tasting room in Dayton, Oregon which accepts tastings by appointment and walk-in daily from 12 to 5 pm. This welcoming, unpretentious space is the perfect setting to enjoy wine flights, wines by the glass and a picnic basket and is both dog and family friendly.
In the summer of 2022, Remy Wines will open a new 5,000-square-foot winery facility adjacent to the farmhouse tasting room which will be constructed with a carbon-neutral concrete formula bearing her name: the Drabkin-Mead Formula. Remy Wines will be the first commercial winery built with this concrete mix, which has been made open source to enable other sustainably-minded businesses to construct with this carbon-mitigating material.
In addition to being one of the few prominent queer winemakers in Oregon, Drabkin has dedicated over 16 years to public service. Remy is a duly elected McMinnville City Council member and City Council President, she is also the Chair of the Affordable Housing Commission and Liaison to the newly-formed Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I) Taskforce. In 2020, Remy Co-Founded Wine Country Pride, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, bringing LGBTQ+ Pride celebrations to rural Oregon. In 2022, Remy Wines will host the world’s first Queer Wine Fest as part of this year’s Wine Country Pride festivities. Remy Wines, like its visionary founder, honors Old-World winemaking traditions with undeniable flair and a fresh, progressive voice.
Bell Amici Wine Club: Two annual shipments of our newest releases, library wines and first access to limited availability bottlings.Two complimentary tickets to the Remy Wines invitational events in Spring & Fall. Complimentary tastings for up to 4 people all year long. Preferred pricing on wines throughout the year. Special promotions and event invitations.
The cost of each Remy selected packet varies and with club pricing is $200-$250. You must receive at least two packets to avoid additional fees. You may opt to pick up or ship your wine, shipping costs will be applied. Your credit card will be charged at the time of shipping. You must be 21 years of age to join. A $100 processing fee will be applied to your card if membership is cancelled before receiving two packets or after notified drop date. You must like wine.
REMY IN THE NEWS
Oregon Wine Press: All for One and One for All
The Oregonian: 6 Hot Oregon Wine Tips for July
The Manual: America’s First Queer Wine Fest Is Here
Oregon Wine Press: April Cellar Selects Pinot Gris
Saveur Magazine: The Best Rosés to Drink Throughout 2022 and Beyond
The Oregonian: Remy Wines takes concrete action in Dayton
Travel + Leisure: 9 Incredible Vineyards in the U.S.
Italian Wine Podcast: Interview with Remy
Wine Industry Advisor: Wine Closures–An Open Discussion
The Oregon Wine Press: December Cellar Selects Dessert Wine
The Oregonian: August Brings Live Music to Oregon Wineries
Northern Virginia Magazine:Weekend Getaway: Glamping In Western Maryland
Remy speaks on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at the Washington Wine Commission 1hr 5min
From Food, Wine, Travel Magazine: Travel Writers Share Their Favorite Wines and Wineries
From The Oregon Wine Press: Dress Like a Winemaker
From The Oregonian Highway 18 Revisted: Uncovering Yamhill County’s Hidden Wine Treasures
From Pride Journeys: “Out & Proud Winemaker Remy Drabkin Serves Up Vino in Oregon”
From Sip Northwest “A Taste of the Dolce Vita: Northwest Sangiovese” March 2021
Vino Travels Blog “Remy Wines: Italian Grapes in Oregon and a Winery After my Heart”
From the February 2021 Dallas Voice Gift Guide “The Perfect Gift”
Cellar Select winner for 2018 Sangiovese from Oregon Wine Press
Featured in SIP Northwest’s article An Unusual Vintage Poses Fresh Challenges: Oregon’s Winemakers Are Up to the Task
Black Heart showcased in Sparkling Wine: A Classic Approach from The Vintner Project
Featured in 6 LGBTQ Winemakers you need to Know from The Manual
Interview with Remy on Hazard Girls: Women in Non-Traditional Fields
From Seattleite Magazine: A Taste of European varietal wines in the Pacific Northwest
From Cosmopolitan: 37 Brands to Buy from that Help the LGBTQ+ Community #2!
From Jancis Robinson by Elaine Chukan Brown: Pandemic Effects–California and Oregon
From Departures: World’s Best Women Led Wine Regions
From Wine Enthusiast: The Rise of Italian Grapes in American Vineyards
From Oregon Wine Press: Equity in Action: Inaugural TASTE PDX Makes a Statement
From Oregon Wine Press: Opera & Wine: A Classic, Dramatic Duet
From Travel Salem: A guide to LGBTQ travel in Oregon’s mid-Willamette Valley
From Wine Press Northwest: Oregon brings Italian wines to the table
From Travel Oregon: Celebrate these Women Makers of Oregon
MEDP Spark: Celebrating Women in McMinnville’s Trade Sectors
From Seattle Times: What’s new, what’s novel in Oregon’s Willamette Valley winecountry
From the Oregon Wine Press: Dessert Wine Cellar Selects
REMY AT THE MOVIES
Learn the story behind the Three Wives Wine label.
Black Heart by Remy celebrates resilience, joy and love.
See the story behind her new label.
By producing elegant and complex Italian varietals grown in the Pacific Northwest, Remy Wines has earned a reputation as a top producer of non-traditional grape varieties. Since 2006, Remy has chosen to focus on Lagrein, Dolcetto, Sangiovese, and Barbera.
Three Wives: Wines without Rules! Three Wives wines are delicious, every day drinking wines. Remy’s “playground,” the wine varieties vary with each vintage but the quality of the wine never does. The name comes from a story of mistaken identity on an Alaskan fishing trip, check out Three Wives the Movie to learn the tale!