Our vineyard sits at 912 feet elevation on Sandy loam and Camas Gravelly soils. We benefit from a long growing season, 240 days total, and warm day-time temperatures; however, our position directly at the confluence of two rivers and tucked into the coastal range at the northern terminus of the Applegate Valley creates afternoon breezes and cool nights. As the valley floor heats up during warm summer days, the atmospheric shift brings cool ocean breezes along the Rogue River up and past our vineyard before making their way through the Applegate Valley.
Following extensive research and collaboration with industry veterans, we realized we had an ideal microclimate to produce high-quality, cool climate grapes with a unique expression that brings the best qualities of the regions to our north and south into balance. Our estate wines are a passion project that grew out of a firm belief that hard work and beautiful grapes are not meant to be wasted. We began collaborating with family friend and renown local winemaker, Linda Donovan in 2010. She has been making the kind of balanced and unpretentious wines we want to drink ever since. Her minimal intervention style is a perfect fit for our vision. We put a lot of effort into growing the best grapes possible and we are fortunate to have a winemaker with the skill to let them speak for themselves.
Tasting by appointment only
Two Rivers Vineyard
2123 Riverbanks Road Grants Pass, OR 97527
- Open to public
- Tasting room
- Bus/RV parking
- Picnic area