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503.864.3404
16161 NE McDougall Road
Dayton, OR 97114
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Daily: 11am - 5pm

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Our LEED Gold and LIVE certified winery combines progressive, environmentally-friendly design with gentle, traditional winemaking practices that minimize our environmental impact, making us one of the premiere sustainable wineries in the Pacific Northwest, and the first LEED Gold Certified winery in the world.

All of our wine is made exclusively from our estate vineyard. We pick, process, ferment and age each individual section of fruit separately before blending. Our gravity flow technology offers a gentler approach to transferring the wine from tank to barrel, as well as greatly reduces the amount of energy required for wine production.

Our winery produces wines that are elegant, showing ripe red to darker fruits as well as earthy qualities. Our grape varieties, age of the vine, location, and density bring an amazing diversity of flavors to our wines. They are beautifully textured and layered with fine, silky tannins. Vintage can change the expression of our wines, but never overpower their character.

"I strive to make wine that exemplifies the uniqueness of the vineyard and reflect the vintage with balance and elegance. Our Pinot Noir characteristically expresses a combination of red to darker fruits, spice, and fine-grain tannins. The volcanic soil, elevation, exposure, and weather of our Dundee Hills site all combine to create the perfect conditions for growing cool-climate wine grapes."

Melissa Burr
Melissa Burr, Director of Winemaking

The People

Melissa Burr

Director of Winemaking

Melissa was raised in the Willamette Valley. After completing her Bachelor of Science degree, Melissa studied winemaking and fermentation science at OSU. She joined Stoller in 2003 after working as a harvest hand at several local wineries, as well as a production winemaker at Cooper Mountain for three harvests. Melissa enjoys the creative and natural process of winemaking and appreciates that Oregon's wine industry is constantly evolving, pushing her to learn more about her craft.

Kate Payne Brown

Associate Winemaker

Raised in Salt Lake City, Utah, Kate came to Oregon for her undergraduate degree at the University of Oregon. She studied science and was intending to work in the Optometry field. However, shortly after graduation the allure of the wine industry changed the course of her career, and she moved to Australia to study at the University of Adelaide, where she completed her Master’s degree in Oenology. After a couple of years making Shiraz and Cabernet, she moved back to Oregon to work for Archery Summit, where she remained for over six years as the Assistant Winemaker. In 2014, she left to work for a French winemaking consultancy and is now thrilled to be a part of the wonderful team at Stoller Family Estate.

Ben Howe

Winemaker

Born and raised in the Midwest, Ben moved to Oregon in 2001. He attended Oregon State University, where he received his Bachelor’s degree in Fermentation Science. After graduation, Ben worked harvests in New Zealand, India, Oregon and California. Following his travels, he returned to Oregon to work for King Estate Winery, where he worked his way up the ranks as Enologist, Winemaker, Director of Winemaking, and finally, Vice President of Operations. He appreciates Oregon’s requirement of being nimble and flexible with each vintage’s offerings year to year and is excited to join the Stoller team.

Marcus Mejia

Cellar Master

Originally from Eastern Oregon, Marcus moved to the western side of the state to study at Oregon State University. Studying graphic design took him to Florence, Italy where he was introduced to world of wines through Tuscany. After finishing his degree at Oregon State, Marcus moved to Walla Walla, Washington to study at the Center for Enology and Viticulture. While there, he spent four years working in the industry for one of the most prominent producers in the Pacific Northwest. Following graduation, his travels later took him to the Yarra Valley of Australia to make Pinot Noir. His ever growing desire to make great Pinot brought him back to the Willamette Valley, where he joined Stoller in 2015.