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Trisaetum is a family owned and operated winery. Your biodynamically grown fruit comes from owner’s James and Andrea Frey’s two estate vineyards; a 22 acre vineyard in the Yamhill Carlton AVA and a 28 acre vineyard in the heart of the Ribbon Ridge AVA. The wine-making team, led by Josh Bergstrom, crafts artisan wines in Trisaetum’s new winery located at the Ribbon Ridge vineyard in Newberg. We welcome scheduled tours and tastings of our gravity-flow winery, subterranean wine cave and 1,500 square foot art gallery showcasing photography and abstract expressionist art created by the owner.

Tasting Room Hours: Wednesday to Sunday 11AM - 4PM & By Appointment

Tasting Fee: 10

Wine Region: North Willamette

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