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“Healing the planet through agriculture”

“There’s a growing swell of interest in foods grown biodynamically among consumers who view it as organic 2.0 and are seeking out foods grown this way as a healthier, more sustainable choice.”
Specialty Food Magazine “Biodynamics 101” March 2010

Sims Vineyard

Biodynamic | Farm | Vineyard |

8880 Worden Hill Road
Dundee, OR 97115, United States
Phone: 503-538-0666
Fax: 503-538-1409
Public Contact: Ryan Collins

About Us

The Sims Vineyard sits in the heart of the Dundee Hills between 600 and 700 feet in elevation. It was once an old hazelnut orchard, but as hazelnuts became unviable in the late 1990s, it made sense that the orchard become a vineyard. On the 10-acre property there are 7.5 acres planted to Pinot Noir grapes with the remaining acreage set aside for gardens. Within the gardens still remain a few hazelnut trees keeping the legacy alive. The Dundee Hills were formed between 6 and 17 million years ago by the Columbia River lava flows that made its way from the Oregon-Idaho border all the way to the coast. The lava solidified to form basalt. Over the years the rock weathered away in the high rainfalls of the Willamette Valley to form deep red clay soils. These volcanic soils are exceptionally good for growing grapes, particularly Pinot Noir.

Certified Products


  • Fruit

  • Grapes For Wine


Cropped: 7.5 Acres
Total Acreage: 10 Acres