NEW! TAPAS HAPPY HOUR!! (Fridays and Saturdays only) Starting Friday August 29th from 4-7pm! Featuring K.Gillette Catering.
This Sundays Concert-The One and Only…Ben Rice Blues Band! starts at 2pm!
Deer Creek Vineyards of Southern Oregon produces award winning, premium handcrafted wines, ensuring a unique, handcrafted touch in every bottle produced. Our wines are balanced wines, which are earnest expressions of both the grapes and the land from which they come. Deer Creek Vineyards is committed to celebrating wine as a true form of art, where no two pieces are exactly alike. Each of our wines provides a singular artistic expression, thus capturing each year’s vintage, the unique terroir and the variety of characteristics unique to each grape. Inspired by the beauty and history of our vineyard within the Deer Creek Valley, the Bryan Family and staff believe that the flavors of this area should be enjoyed by all, looking for wines with a sense of place.
Deer Creek Vineyards takes great pride in creating handcrafted wines that are healthy and free of dangerous additives and chemicals. Our wines are made with wild yeast versus cultured yeast. Wild (indigenous) yeast is the yeast that is found on the fruit, in the vineyard which truly reflects the land and the flavors that it comes from.
Located in the heart of Southern Oregon and nestled within the Illinois Valley, Deer Creek Vineyards flourishes on farmland that has been home to agriculture for generations.
Throughout our vineyards an atmosphere of relaxation, peace and serenity is present. Sample our award winning, exceptional wines in our tasting room, enjoy a glass of wine at our wine bar or even enjoy a tranquil massage at the top of the vineyard overseeing the beautiful Deer Creek Valley.
Come experience the warm hospitality of our charming family owned and operated estate vineyard.
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