Where beauty flows from creativity
In 1989, Don and Grace Archer planted a vineyard on the southern slope of Parrett Mountain. At that time, the Oregon wine industry was still young, a little-known collection of wine enthusiasts making a go of it in the Willamette Valley. Grace had grown up on a vineyard in California and saw the potential for producing wine in Yamhill County.
Don Archer, the namesake of Archer Vineyard, lived with his wife on the property he planted for many years.
In 2005, Saj and Pauline Jivanjee purchased the 8-acre property and brought with them a new vision. With the help of family and close friends, they converted the old Archer barn into a cutting-edge winery and tasting room, and set up a business committed to enriching the local community. Today, Archer Vineyard handcrafts a small production of estate-grown Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris, and gathers people around creative events that unlock the pleasures of wine—including music, art, and enjoyment of the natural environment.
ARCHER VINEYARD ESTATE
The vineyard was established in 1989 and now comprises 6.5 acres Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris.
WESTWARD BACK PATIO
Overlooking the vineyard with the Coastal Range Mountains in the distance.
MAPLE TREE DECK
Relax in the shade where you can enjoy meets nature all around and scenic panaoramic views