Organics & Biodynamics
2018 | In 2018 Oregon led the USA in terms of percentage of Biodynamic vines with 4 percent or 528 hectares (1,305 acres) of its 12,322 hectares (30,435 acres) of vines certified Biodynamic by the Demeter Association, Inc in the United States. Oregon had 14 Biodynamic wine estates, of which the largest, King Estate, was also the largest Biodynamic vineyard owner in the USA with 188 hectares (465 acres). The biggest producer of Demeter-certified Biodynamic Wine in the USA was Montinore Estate with 89 hectares (220 acres) and producing 40,000 cases of certified Biodynamic wines each year. Both estates are located in the Willamette Valley AVA, making the latter the largest region for both Demeter-certified Biodynamic vineyard surface area and Demeter-certified Biodynamic wine production in the USA.
2011 | In 2011 Oregon had 8,260 ha (20,400 acres) of vineyard of which 570ha (1,408 acres) or 6.9% was certified organic with another 404 ha (1,000 acres) or 4.9% Demeter certified Biodynamic. This meant 11.8% per cent of the Oregon was organic or Biodynamic.
Wine regions | Applegate Valley AVA. | Chehalem Mountains AVA. | Columbia Gorge AVA. | Columbia Valley AVA. | Eola-Amity Hills AVA. | McMinnville AVA. | Rogue Valley AVA. | Southern Oregon AVA. | Umpqua Valley AVA. | Willamette Valley AVA.
Certified Biodynamic | Brick House Vineyards. | Brooks. | Cooper Mountain Vineyards. | Cowhorn. | Jacob Hart Vineyard. | Johan Vineyards. | Keeler Estate. | Kelley Fox Wines (for Biodynamic grape purchases). | King Estate. | Maysara Winery & Momtazi Vineyards. | Montinore Estate. | Winderlea.
Certified organic | Cattrall Brothers Vineyard. | Celilo Falls. | Chateau Lebeau Vineyards. | Cinagro Inc. | Columbia Blossom. | Cornucopia Vineyards. | Croft Vineyards. | Epyllion Vineyard. | Evesham Wood Vineyard. | Golden Cluster. | Sokol Blosser. | Upper Five Vineyard.