Ghost Hill Cellars - The Yamhill-Carlton American Viticultural Area The Yamhill-Carlton American Viticultural Area

Ghost Hill Cellars
The Bayliss-Bower Vineyard is part of the family's 234-acre section of land in the Yamhill-Carlton AVA. Currently, all 15 acres of vines are Pinot Noir including the following clones; Pommard, Wädenswil, and Dijon Clones 777, 114, and 115. Buddy Beck of Advanced Vineyard Systems manages the vineyard alongside Mike Bayliss, who is very involved in the daily operation. Ghost Hill Cellars is LIVE (Low Input Vineyard and Enology) certified. LIVE is an internationally recognized standard for sustainable viticulture practices in wine grape production. Ghost Hill Cellars is also SALMON-SAFE, dedicated to restoring and maintaining healthy watersheds. As of the 2012 vintage, we produce all of our wines at the Scott Paul facility.
Willakenzie soil. 300 to 400 feet in elevation, south facing slope
This vineyard is sustainable
The aromas on the nose exhibit deep extracted black cherry, berries and dark fruits such as italian plums and blueberries.
Piont Noir, pommard, wadenswil, 777, 114 and 115
15 acres
None, we use our own fruit exclusively.
Mike, Drenda Bayliss, Michael Bayliss (son), Bernadette and Cam Bower (daughter and son inlaw)
Saturday & Sunday, 11AM - 5PM