History In 1933, Honeywood Winery was founded by Ron Honeyman and John Wood. It was originally called Columbia Distilleries and produced fruit brandies, cordials and liqueurs. Eventually, they settled on making premium wines and decided a name change was in order for the winery. Contrary to the obvious, Messrs. Honeyman and Wood did not use a contraction of their names to make Honeywood, and in fact, objected to the name on those grounds. An advertising consultant provided the rationale with a line from Oliver Goldsmith’s play, “The Good-Natured Man,” wherein the products of fermentation were referred to as, “smooth as HONEY…aged in WOOD…the drink of the good-natured man.” Honeywood became synonymous with the elite in wines. A winery must be close to its source of ingredients, and so it is with Honeywood. Located in Salem, in the heart of Oregon’s great and fertile Willamette Valley, the winery is minutes away from some of the world’s finest vineyards, cane berry fields and fruit orchards. Honeywood is the oldest producing winery in Oregon. The winery produces a full line of premium vinifera wines and the most extensive listing of premium fruit and speciality wines. We offer wine tasting daily while you shop our tasting room which includes a gourmet marketplace that sells Oregon food products and wine-related gifts.

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:

1350 Hines St SE, Salem, OR 97302, United States

GPS:

44.92624139999999, -123.0283938

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