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Patricia Green Cellars enthusiastically and unapologetically produces more individual bottlings of Pinot Noir than any winery in America.

About Us

Patty Green and Jim Anderson started Patricia Green Cellars in 2000 after walking away from a very successful winery that they had built up since its inception in 1993. As karma would have it they were offered the opportunity, out of almost nowhere, to purchase a winery and vineyard that were located in the area that would become to be known as the Ribbon Ridge AVA. The winery was built on the idea that there were great vineyards in Oregon that could produce uniquely excellent wines if people dedicated themselves to the farming and winemaking necessary to do so. Over many vintages that ideal expanded as experience was gained, the winery grew and the sophistication of the vision adapted to the times.

What was once a goal of simply making the best wine possible evolved into something more important. Patricia Green Cellars still strives to make great wines but within the context of these principles:

Finding and working with the largest collection of historic Oregon vineyard sites ever assembled under one winery roof. Since 2012 the winery has made a distinct point of cataloging, by making wine from, sites that have relevance to the Oregon story of Pinot Noir. In 2021 thirty-six individual Pinot Noirs were bottled due to the diversified array of top-quality vineyards held by the winery.
Minimizing our environmental impact as much as possible. At the farming level this means a commitment to dry-farming as water, especially on the West Coast, becomes not just an agricultural issue but something that crosses many, many lines of demarcation. It means farming and working with farmers that are committed to organic or high-level sustainable farming. It also means purchasing locally whenever possible, using lighter bottles, getting rid of capsules which serve only decorative purposes, recycling the winery’s waste water, using solar power and other endeavors to ensure we are doing what we can to both run a viable business and to respect the resources that is takes to do so.

Committing to providing a work environment that respects the people who work here. Living wages for all employees, real health care paid for in full for all employees, fair wages for seasonal harvest workers (no using interns as free labor), realistic hours even within the context of the time-sensitive nature of harvest, acknowledging and allowing for paid time off for mental health and real world situations that arise in peoples’ lives and, just in general, attempting to create an environment where people want to come to work and feel empowered and respected when they get there.

There is a lot of great wine in the world. We aim to be a great company that produces great wine.

In 2017 Patty passed away. The winery has carried on both in her name and as a tribute to her as a person and an important historical figure in Oregon’s history.  


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All of our vineyards are either organically or sustainably farmed to produce textures, aromatics and flavors that are specific to the site from which they are born. It is foremost about making the best wines possible, but also about investing in, honoring and keeping alive the history of Oregon’s great, heritage vineyards. The barrel room we call our “Heritage Vineyard Room” embodies the essence of our winery while showcasing Oregon’s historic sites. - Jim Anderson

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Our winery is dedicated fully and solely to displaying the nature of Pinot Noir that is derived from where it is grown. Join us at the vineyard for an in-depth exploration of the Willamette Valley through the different soils, clones, and vineyard sites that make up our extensive winemaking program.

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Wine Club

Our goal is to work with unique vineyards that have wide ranging natures so we can showcase a broad range of Oregon Pinot Noir capabilities. Our wine club likely differs from many wineries’ clubs in that it is less designed to sell more wine, but rather to ensure that our most desired, small production wines end up with the folks who have been our best supporters over the years. The club is there to control the outflow of certain wines by giving customers an allocation, but also to allow our members to choose which wines best suit their palate. There are two shipments a year, in the spring and fall, totalling an annual commitment of one case.

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Patricia Green Cellars proudly supports many important causes and local educational charity auctions each year. Please submit your donation requests through the following link:

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We accept tasting appointments daily at 11:00am, 1:00pm and 3:00pm. To make an appointment to visit us, please email: tasting@patriciagreencellars.com or call at (503)554-0821

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