Nestled in the west hills of the hood river valley, with breathtaking views of Mt. Hood and our 34 acres of vine, Phelps Creek Vineyards invites you to experience Oregon Wine Country.

 


Emma Healion joins Phelps Creek Vineyards

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Phelps Creek Vineyards, of Hood River, Oregon is pleased to appoint Emma Healion as National Sales Manager. Emma brings over 20 years experience as a wine professional—most recently serving as Northwest Regional Sales Manager for Loosen Brothers, North American operations.

An Irish native, Healion immigrated to Denver, Colorado serving in increasingly higher positions within the hospitality industry. After attending Oregon Pinot Camp in 2000, Healion fully captured the Oregon Wine spirit and packed her bags for Portland in 2004. Healion spent over 8 years with the Galaxy Wine Company selling their impressive portfolio of fine wines.

In her 5 years with the internationally acclaimed Loosen brand, her responsibilities encompassed 11 states with a portfolio of Mosel, Burgundy and Willamette Valley wines.

 


going back in time

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ever wonder how pinot NOiR ages in the bottle?

for the kick off to summer, explore the opportunity to experience Our COLuMBIA gorge pinot noir 2015,2014,2013

 now available as a package for $93

Tasting Notes and Recipes suggestions included


What's happening on The Vineyard?

there is a buzz in the air at phelps creek vineyards!!

swarm of roaming honeybees selected a Pinot Noir vine in our Upper East Slope to rest.

 Upon his daily check of the vines, Irineo spotted the huddled mass and suggested we contact our neighbor John, a Beekeeper.

Upon his daily check of the vines, Irineo spotted the huddled mass and suggested we contact our neighbor John, a Beekeeper.

 
 The guys put on their beekeeping garb and placed a bee box below the swarm. Then they gently shook the trellising wire and the Queen worked her way out of the bottom of the mass, plopping down into the box. “She’s just looking for a new, more spacious home” explained John.

The guys put on their beekeeping garb and placed a bee box below the swarm. Then they gently shook the trellising wire and the Queen worked her way out of the bottom of the mass, plopping down into the box. “She’s just looking for a new, more spacious home” explained John.


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