2016 Estate Pinot Noir, 2016 Willamette Valley Riesling
Local Products to Accompany Your Wine or Wine Gift Purchase
Lillian Pitt, a Native American artist whose rock art themes infuse her varied work, displays her work at the Jakob Yungen House throughout December.
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A Festive Holiday Dinner at the Jakob Yungen House
First Course - Smoked Salmon Chowder
Second Course - Roasted Winter Vegetable Salad w/Holiday Dressing
Entrée Course - Smokehouse Roasted Beef Tenderloin Stuff w/Goat Cheese & Spinach
Dessert - Raspberry Cream Pie w/White Chocolate
Each course will be complemented by a fine vintage Helvetia wine. A library wine will also be paired with the Entrée
Our annual Holiday Winemaker Dinner is December 9th.
Thank You for Voting for Helvetia Winery!
Thanks to all of our wonderful customers for voting us Hillsboro’s Best Winery and Hillsboro’s Best Place to Taste Wine in Hillsboro Tribune’s “Hillsboro’s Best 2017.”
To view all of Hillsboro’s winners, click here.
The Vineyard & Winery
Learn more about Helvetia Vineyards & Winery and our wines made from grapes grown on the northernmost hills of the Willamette Valley. Once you have visited and experienced the winemaking process, we hope you will make Helvetia Winery a regular stop for relaxation and a wonderful sensory experience that changes with every vintage.
A Country Wine Experience Close To Home
Helvetia Vineyards and Winery is located in the foothills of the Tualatin Mountains, the northernmost grape growing area in the Willamette Valley. The vineyards are located just above the Tualatin Valley floor between 450’ and 650’ elevation. Cascade and Helvetia soil types predominate. The Cascade soils consist of sedimentary soils deposited in the Valley by the Missoula Floods about 15,000 years ago. The Helvetia soil types consist of weathered soils deposited by the Cascade eruptions about 15 million years ago.