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Wooldridge Creek Vineyard & Crushpad Creamery is proud to be Oregon’s first combined vineyard, winery, and creamery. The vineyard is nestled into the hillside near the Applegate River, which is within the Applegate Valley sub-AVA of the Rogue River winegrowing region.

Ted and Mary Warrick first planted the vineyard in 1978 and named it after the Wooldridge family who first settled the area in the 1800s. For two and a half decades, Wooldridge Creek Vineyard’s grapes were sold to renowned wineries throughout Oregon. In 2005, it was decided to begin making their own wine from their grapes, and the winery and tasting room were built on the property.

The sustainably-designed winery offers unparalleled mountain and valley views in a relaxed and unassuming atmosphere—the perfect spot to gather with friends and enjoy a variety of world-class wines, hand-crafted cheeses, and locally-sourced charcuterie. Enjoy a tasting flight, a glass, or a bottle of wonderful wine along with a cheese plate or a chef’s board that features all the fantastic food offerings.  



  • Open to Public
  • Tasting Room
  • Picnic area
  • Bus/RV parking
  • Wheelchair accessibility

Wooldridge Creek
818 Slagle Creek Rd
Grants Pass


818 Slagle Creek Rd
Grants Pass, OR

Phone: 541.846.6364
[email protected]

Tasting Room Hours: Open daily 11 am – 5 pm
Tasting Fee: $20 (Waived with purchase of 2 bottles of wine)

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