We are looking forward to this season at the Oregon Coast. Come by and
visit for some wine tasting and fun at the Winery in Nehalem or the Cave in
Depoe Bay. We are open every day at both locations.
Remember we can also ship wines right to you and have some great specials that
include free shipping. You can call us or email us with an order and we can get
it to you quickly.
Weddings, Receptions & Private
the time to start planning for
events at Nehalem Bay Winery. Dates are starting to fill, so give us a call. We would love to help plan your
makes a difference
you can help out as well by
buying one (or several) of these beautiful bags, hand made by the people of
Be sure to check out Ray's Anyway Foundation web site. The foundation helps Southeast Asian villagers with basic needs, supplies and construction projects.
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Celebrating Great Wine and Great Fun for the Whole Family since 1974!
Nehalem, OR 97131
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always happening at Nehalem Bay Winery!
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beautiful, historic winery is nestled in a lush, green valley on Highway 53 one
mile off Highway 101 on the Northern Oregon Coast. Visitors can sit at picnic
tables looking out across the dairy farms to the Coast Range and Onion Peak.
Nearby boutiques, antique shops, fine dining and forested state parks in the
Nehalem Bay Area round out you!
you like to see for yourself? Be our guest and please come inside ... we've been expecting you...
owner Ray Shackelford profiled
wonderful piece ran in the The Oregonian Nov. 26, '07 was written by staff writer Lori Tobias and chronicles Ray's history and
his current philanthropic projects in Cambodia,
Here's another article about Ray on the CAAI News Media Blog from New Zealand.
Pacific sunset reflected in the windows our our
Depoe Bay Winery location.
arctic-looking Winery during the mid-January 2007 storm. Almost a foot of snow
fell here at the coast--a place where any snow is an unusual occurrence!