Wine tasting at Native Flora is fun, intimate and unhurried. Our atmosphere is casual; you are encouraged to relax, breathe some fresh air, look around a bit, and ask as many questions as you like. We enjoy the personal nature of our tastings – we get to know our patrons as they get to know our wines and passions. On a nice day, we are likely to pour on the back veranda in comfy chairs overlooking our stunning vista.
All of our guests seem to appreciate the tranquility of our site, and the private nature of their visit. It allows everyone to wind down a notch or two, and enjoy both wines and conversation. There is a definite reason that we call our home “The Dundee Hills Winery Sanctum”. Whether you are the ultimate “pinot snob” (who we dearly love), or a millennial trying to decipher the world of wine, we’ll do our best to make you feel at home while we delight your palate.
Schedule Your Tasting
We offer regular tasting appointments Thursday through Monday, which you can book directly through the calendar below – select a date, then select an available time slot to set up your visit. We also host private tastings for alternative days and times as our schedule permits, but those visits must be booked directly with us by phone.
Party size is normally limited to 8, but if you have more, please contact us via email at email@example.com, or phone 503-504-1990 to see if we can accommodate your needs. If you happen to be in the area, or simply prefer to call us directly for an appointment, please do so. We enjoy sharing our wines and look forward to welcoming wine enthusiasts into our life.
Situated midway between the Ribbon Ridge and Dundee Hills AVA, you can reach us either via Highway 240 or from downtown Dundee. If coming west from Newberg on 240, simply turn left on Worden Hill Rd (be careful at the turn as oncoming traffic can be difficult to see), then travel 1.5 miles to our driveway. If in Dundee, turn north on 9th street which becomes Worden Hill Rd, travel 4.5 miles to reach our driveway. Once here, you can plan the rest of your wine country tour by simply looking down the hill where you can see over 40 other vineyards and wineries in the distance!
Our entrance is landmarked by an old silver barn with a white door and a broad chimney sticking out of its roof. This is the old prune drying shed dating back to the 1930’s, when this area was a huge producer of plums, prunes and cherries. Feral cherries are easy to find on our farm in early July.
11812 NE Worden Hill Rd, Newberg, OR 97132