Introducing our Fall Releases

From John, November 16th, 2020

We have just released one of the best vintages in our Oregon experience!

2018 was a vintage of extraordinary acidity and perfect Autumn weather, which allowed the fruit to hang out there longer than normal.  All of the wines from 2018 are exquisite and this year there is also a minute quantity of the 2017 Massale from Clos Electrique Vineyard.  Our fall releases are distributed to retail accounts in Oregon, Chicago, New York City, Washington DC, Virginia, the Bay Area, Los Angeles, Seattle, Anchorage,  Birmingham and London.

Since all of our single vineyard wines are pretty limited, we recommend you make haste & contact one of the fine establishments that carries our wine in Portland and other Oregon cities to arrange shipping or curbside pickup.  You can also contact for information on where to find our wines outside of Oregon.

Each of us at Cameron Winery would like to wish you the best during the holiday season!


2018 Abbey Ridge Chardonnay

2018 Clos Electrique Blanc

2018 Reserve Dundee Pinot noir

2018 Abbey Ridge Pinot noir 

2018 Clos Electrique Rouge

2016 Willamette Nebbiolo 

2017 Massale

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