Ore Winery produces small batch wines from grapes sourced from some of Oregon’s top vineyards.
Established in 2012 by Oregon native Mike Wenrick, Ore Winery produced 400 bottles of Eola-Amity Hills Pinot Noir in our first year. Since production was so limited, great attention was given to the wine making process. Ore wines are produced and bottled at the SE Wine Collective on SE Division Street in Portland, Oregon.
Since our humble beginnings in 2012, Ore winery has grown production steadily to around 300 cases per year. Ore wines can be found in fine restaurant, bottle shops and markets around Oregon. Ore Winery's 2014 Rogue Valley Sangiovese was name to the Portland Monthly's "Oregon's Top 50 Wines" list (out of over 1200 submissions). Mike’s wine making philosophy is simple. Start with a perfect ingredient, Oregon’s best grapes and honor the individuality of the grape throughout the winemaking process. Ore Winery cares about our environment and making the best possible wine. For that reason, we only source from Live and Salmon Safe certified and dry-farmed vineyards.
2425 SE 35th Pl
Portland, OR, 97214
Mon, Wed, Thurs & Fri 4PM-10PM