The name “Bells Up” ties together our location on Bell Road with Dave’s 20-plus years as a French horn player who performed throughout high school and college. The musical term refers to a dramatic moment in classical music where the composer’s score instructs the French horn players to lift the bells of their instruments up to project their sound with maximum intensity. The winery, says Dave, is his #bellsupmoment

The 9-acre Bells Up estate vineyard—comprised entirely of Jory soil and located in the Chehalem Mountains AVA just north of Newberg—is being planted in phases and primarily in Pinot Noir.

The first 3 acres of Heritage clone Pommard and Dijon clone 667 were planted in April 2014, with posts and wires added in March 2015. A third block (0.5-acre) of the Willamette Valley’s first planting of Seyval Blanc was established in March 2015. Three additional blocks (2.5 acres) of Heritage clone Wadenswil, and Dijon clones 113 and 943 were planted in March 2016. In fall 2020 the Seyval Blanc block was expanded and an obscure Northern Italian varietal added in a new block. The remaining acreage, closest to Bell Road, is anticipated to be planted at a future date.

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Opening Hours

Monday

9am - 5pm

Tuesday

9am - 5pm

Wednesday

9am - 5pm

Thursday

9am - 5pm

Friday

9am - 5pm

Saturday

9am - 5pm

Sunday

9am - 5pm

Address

Our Address:

27895 NE Bell Road Newberg, OR 97132

GPS:

45.333674, -122.95075

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