Hand-Crafted Wines Since 2003
husband and wife ∙ traditional practices ∙ hidden gem in PDX
An urban winery in the NW Industrial neighborhood, Boedecker Cellars has been Portland’s premium Pinot Noir house since 2003. Our refurbished warehouse turned winery exemplifies our mission to transparently craft, elegant, age-worthy wines grown by our local, organically driven vineyard partners.
In spring of 2020 Boedecker Cellars remodeled to accommodate safe practices to prevent the spread of COVID 19, including a larger tasting area, a charcuterie vending machine in lieu of food service, the addition of air purifiers with HEPA filtration, prepoured tasting flights, and a renewed emphasis on helping our community.
Visit us Wednesday through Sunday afternoons, from 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday and 7:00 pm Friday and Saturday and taste through a flight of five wines, relax and enjoy a glass or share a bottle.
Purchases can be made for Will Call or Shipping from our online store here.
Reservations are helpful, however, most days we have walk-in availability on a first-come-first-served basis.
Masks: Multnomah County has mandated that all indoor public establishments require masks. So please bring your mask to wear when you are not at your table, when actively drinking you do not have to wear your mask. Thank you for understanding.
Over the years we have grown into a small community of dedicated people – a little crazy and full of passion, who help in the cellar when large projects arise.
Our vineyards are our most important relationship with the wines. They are all within the Willamette Valley AVA., with a variety of elevation, soils and climate-terroir.
On the fringe of Portland’s Northwest Industrial District, a stone’s throw from the Pyramid Brewery and not far from Forest Park, you’ll find Boedecker Cellars-a full blown urban winery that churns out some of Oregon’s best pinot noir. Owned by the husband – and-wife team of Stewart Boedecker and Athena Pappas, Boedecker Cellars bottles two signature styles of its eponymous pinots-one more modern, the other more traditional-with each vintage. ….
-Portland Monthly Magazine