Oregon Wineries with French Connections

The dance between France and Oregon began in 1987, when the Drouhin family from the Burgundy region of France purchased the property that is now Domaine Drouhin Oregon. The French interest in owning vineyards, building wineries, and making wine in Oregon has continued to blossom since.

Pinot noir, Chardonnay, and other grape varietals originally cultivated in France thrive in Oregon in unique ways. Exploring Oregon’s wineries with French connections at the helm offers a fascinating lens into the state’s wines. Santé!

Willamette Valley
Columbia Gorge
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Veronique Boss-Drouhin and Robert Drouhin of Domaine Drouhin breaking ground on their winery in 1989. Courtesy Domaine Drouhin

The Willamette Valley

DePonte Cellars

Dayton, OR
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Domaine Divio

Newberg, OR
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Domaine Drouhin Oregon

Dayton, OR
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Furioso Vineyards

Dundee, OR
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Lingua Franca

Salem, OR
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Nicolas-Jay

Newberg, OR
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Résonance

Carlton, OR
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Soléna Estate

Yamhill, OR
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Columbia Gorge

Phelps Creek Vineyards

Hood River, OR
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