Located just off the corner of Bell Road and Highway 219 at the base of the Chehalem Mountains AVA, Rain Dance embraces the natural beauty of the area and provides an intimate tasting experience. During your exploration, sip and savor our small-production wines in our rustic tasting room or outside on our relaxing patio (weather permitting). You are welcome to bring a picnic and stay a while – you will even have the opportunity to interact with our estate llamas Oscar & Bonzi.
Appointments can be made between the hours of 11 am and 3 pm. Please complete the form on the right and we will respond with a confirmation.
Tour Rain Dance Vineyard and experience the roots of a family legacy. Walk among the 15 acres of vines encircled by Douglas Fir and Oak trees and take in the unique terroir celebrated through Rain Dance wines.
Vineyard Tours are available 11:00am - 3:00pm by appointment only. Please call or email to schedule your tour at least one week in advance.
Ken began his love of woodworking while in junior high. One of his first projects was a walnut bowl which he still has. He is a self taught woodturner, and studied furniture making at Oregon College of Arts and Craft.
Prior to turning and furniture making Ken was an engineer and machinist. Because of his background, he strives for perfection with all of his projects.
Ken is most well-known for the wooden bells that he turns each year for Christmas. He has been making a different bell for the past 25 years. His furniture is typically made from local wood. Ken’s favorite woods are Oregon black walnut and maple. Most of the furniture is made to order with the customer helping select the wood. Tables with live edges and rocking chairs are his specialty.
Ken’s furniture is featured at George Fox University, The Allison Inn and Spa, Stoller Family Vineyards tasting room, The Arlington Club wine room, and Rain Dance Vineyards tasting room and is part of several private collections. His work is for sale at his gallery in the Rain Dance Vineyards tasting room.