Winter Hours: Lenné is open 12-5pm Wednesday through Sunday. (Mon-Tues by appointment.)
Our tasting room is nestled on our hillside vineyard and offers breathtaking views and generous hospitality. Walk-ins are welcome. Lenné is dog-friendly and picnic-friendly (bring your lunch) and we have extensive seating on our covered back patio or rooftop deck. There's plenty of seating inside by the fire in cold or rainy weather.
Standard Flight: Five of our current release wines for $15, waived with any $50 purchase.
Reserve Flight: Five of our limited edition or library wines for $25, waived with a $75 purchase.
Private Seated Tasting: An in-depth private wine education experience for your party of 2-12. Enjoy a personalized flight of wines including a three-year vertical tasting and several reserve wines, paired with charcuterie and cheese. The cost is $50 per person ($35 without the food.) Availability is limited and reservations are required. Please contact us in advance to make your appointment.
Guided Vineyard Tour: Explore the vineyard while sipping some of Lenne's finest wines. Includes charcuterie or cheese board, and a selection of our finest reserve wines. $55 per person, available for groups of 2-12. Tours depart @ 11am Saturday and Sunday mornings. Advance appointment required full details here.
Food options: Lenne hand-prepares platters of house-carved charcuterie and gourmet cheeses, including olives, dried fruit, a selection of crackers, and bites of chocolate to finish. Priced at $24, each board makes a light lunch or hearty snack for two.
For inquiries or to schedule your visit, please contact us: STEVE@LENNEESTATE.COM, or call the tasting room.
18760 NE Laughlin Road
Yamhill, OR 97148
Finding us is easy. From Portland take 99 west to Newberg. From Newberg take highway 240 west towards Yamhill. About 10 miles from Newberg you will come to Laughlin Road (look for a blue highway sign to Willakenzie Estate Winery) and go right. Just over a mile you will see our Lenné blue sign, take a right and proceed straight up the hill into the vineyard.