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Goschie Farms has largely been recognized as a producer of hops, though in recent years our ever-growing winegrape operation has been generating quite a bit of buzz.​

At Goschie Farms a crew hand-tends a vineyard of young, sustainably-grown wine grapes in Oregon's famous Willamette Valley

Every year more and more of our vineyards reach maturity. Currently, the farm manages 150 acres of winegrapes. The majority of this acreage is devoted to Pinot Gris and Viognier, though we maintain limited and experimental acreage of Riesling, and Pinot Noir - which are being joined soon by Pinot Blanc and Sauvignon Blanc! These grapes find their way into some of the best wines produced in the region.

Currently, we're growing:

  • Pinot Gris

  • Pinot Blanc

  • Pinot Noir

  • Riesling

  • Sauvignon Blanc

  • Viognier

The stripped vines of recently harvested winegrapes lie between trellis rows at Oregon's Goschie Farms near Silverton

Our grapes are hand-harvested every Autumn, and are carefully transported to our winemaker partners who promptly crush and begin to process these magnificent little berries into fine wines that will be enjoyed by people around the world. All of the grapes grown by Goschie Farms are Salmon-Safe and LIVE certified, so you can rest-assured that any wines including Goschie grapes that you are enjoying responsibly can also be enjoyed ethically.

A smiling worker ready to hand-harvest a cluster of LIVE-certified Pinot Noir winegrapes at Oregon's Goschie Farms vineyard
Freshly hand-harvested clusters of pinot noir winegrapes at Goschie Farms vineyard await transport to fine Oregon winemakers

Our winegrape vineyards are LIVE certified. This 3rd party certification promotes environmentally and socially responsible wine growing in the Northwest. Under that certification we have designated over 30 acres to promote natural habitat and native species in permanent non-farming ecological areas. We work to remove invasive plant species and replace with plants that are native to our region of Oregon

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