Carlton's Historic Bank Building

 

The "Great Little Town" of Carlton, Oregon was once known as "Carl's Town" and is now home to over 20 tasting rooms for regional wineries including our own Pike Road Wines. Stroll down Main street and you'll be welcomed into many establishments to sample foods and wines from around the Willamette Valley.

The bank building was constructed in 1910 and was home to the Carlton State and Savings Bank for decades. The original bank vault still stands and is now home to winemaker Adam Campbell's special collection of ¡Salud! wines, a selection of which are for sale. Previously occupied by EIEIO & Company wines, this building on the corner of Pine & Main sits squarely on the Hwy 47 wine trail between the towns of McMinnville and Yamhill.

105 West Main Street, Carlton, Or 97111 503.852.3185

 Winter/Spring Hours: Open Wednesday through Sunday Noon - 6pm

Tasting Fee: $10, refunded with a 2 bottle purchase

Bring us your Pike Road Wine screw-cap for a complimentary tasting flight!