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Products for Simplified Country Living

With Fall upon us, we in the catalog business sense the thickening of your billfolds’ contents and endeavor to relieve you of its weighty folds. We have focused on perfecting the details of this catalog so that, upon viewing it from a closer vantage point, you can appreciate the deeper thoughts that resonate through it or, in the words of Garth, “I just hope you don’t think it sucks!”
Plow and Garth Window


This one was made just for us, the old-fashioned way…stripped from a house and stuck on a chicken coop, the translucence metamorphosed to opaqueness before artist Wayne discovered that he could write letters on it with a wet finger. Very Limited.

P&G Window $575

The Dundee Arm Chairs and Table


While inhabiting the class of casual wrought iron furniture, the totally amazing Dundee Arm Chair errs on the side of elegance. The companion table won’t make you hurl and might even support a vertical of Cameron Pinot noirs!

Table and Chairs $799

Nostalgic Kitchen Scale and Post Hole Digger


A tonic in this ├╝berdigital age (shuh), this excellent scale is accurate to the nearest stone. Its companion, an age-old yet timeless digger, ushers us back to an era when French vignerors dug holes entirely by hand. Made of mahogany and hand-forged iron.

Scale and digger $2,199

Journey back in time with us and browse the last 20 or so years of mailers, newsletters, and video.

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Cameron makes it big (2021)

[our November 2021 e-newsletter]

Dear Cameron Winery Enthusiast,

You know how important marketing is to a winery. We certainly do, as you can tell from the flood of one newsletter we create every year (psst: […]

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The Cave of Fermented Dreams (2019)

In a not-so-remote valley in Northern Oregon, four intrepid explorers discovered a hidden treasure…

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