W I N E S   F R O M   T H E   E D G E

 

COR Cellars produces approachable wines of character and distinction in the Columbia Gorge.
We are driven by the energy of vineyards that traverse the edge, and strive to make wines full of potential, verve and optimism.

 
 

Visit Us

COR Cellars is open year round Thursday through Monday 11am – 6pm. Other hours can be arranged by making an appointment. Come join us for a tasting in our beautiful, new tasting room in Lyle! We also offer private tours of our cellar and vineyard estate. 

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 2017 Rosae magnums

There's nothing more satisfying than the sound of a magnum hitting the table. It means business! We bottled a limited amount of our Rosae in this fun-sized packaging. Perfect for upcoming potlucks or Sunday afternoons. 

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JOIN OUR WINE CLUB

Our spring wine release is upon us! Be part of the club and get early access to our 2017 Old Hwy White, 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon and limited production 2016 Tempranillo. 

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UPCOMING EVENTS

MAY 5th | Mezze + Music with Quincho and Lydia Ramsey

June 2nd | AGO under the stars with White Salmon Baking Co.


Recent News

Sunset magazine features COR Cellars tasting room in Best of the west April 2017

WINE SPECTATOR 'GREAT WINES TO DISCOVER' JAN/FEB 2017

91 COR Cabernet Franc Alder Ridge Vineyard 2013

90 COR Malbec Hogback Ridge 2013

COR CELLARS FEATURED IN PORTLAND MONTHLY

"Your adventure begins 70 minutes from Portland, where Washington Route 14 meets the barely marked turnoff at Old Highway 8." -Julie Whipple

Read the full story> Take a Fall Wine Trek through the Columbia Gorge

COR CELLARS FEATURED IN THE NYTIMES

“Here, at last, was my first winery, Cor Cellars, opened in 2003, a year before the gorge was designated an American Viticultural Area by the Treasury Department. The grounds were spare, unused barrels stood in the gravel driveway, and the tasting room was a narrow cement-floored space warmed by a cat named Catastrophe and a signed Jasper Johns poster.”
— Matt GrossThe New York Times

Read the full story about Touring Wine Country in the Columbia River Gorge >