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Silverback Vineyard

Silverback Vineyard’s story begins with our founder planting the first vines to Pinot Noir around the farmhouse in 2014. As the vision grew, the natural progression was to compliment with white varieties by planting Chardonnay and Pinot Gris. Thoughtful development with additional clones of these varieties, plus small touches of Pinot Blanc and Gamay rounded out the vineyard’s capability to produce exceptional fruit for our wines. The estate is characterized by a steady midday breeze, mainly volcanic soils, and later ripening fruit.

Five Varieties, Fifty Acres

Location: sitting at approximately 500′ elevation in the rolling Silverton hills.

Soil: volcanic – primarily Jory and Nekia, with some bands of Salkum. 

Vines: planted to Pinot Noir (clones 777, Pommard, Mt Eden, Swan, 4407), Chardonnay (clones 548, 76, 95, 96, Draper), Pinot Gris, Gamay Noir, and Pinot Blanc.

Sustainable Farming

To further Silverback Vineyard’s commitment to sustainability and pollinator habitat, we obtained LIVE Certification (Low Input Viticulture & Enology) starting in 2022. This program partners with Salmon Safe and Bee Friendly Farming.

Whole Farm

Besides our vines, Silverback Vineyard sits on an approximately 600 acre estate that grows a variety of different crops. Year to year, the surroundings rotate between clovers and grass fields. Visit in spring or summer to see the pollinators buzzing around! Our neighborhood is populated with hazelnut orchards, berry fields and other seed crops. As a wildlife corridor, there is no perimeter fencing to allow animals to roam across our land.


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