The Three Ranches of Kraemer Farms

Kraemer Farms owns and operates three separate vineyard sites (or "ranches") on the eastern edge of the Willamette Valley. Each of these three sites is within a few miles of the foothills of the Cascade foothills, and in the case of the Barnes' Place Ranch actually in the first range of the foothills. Each site has its own particular terrior, and differences between individual vineyards within the ranches themselves. 

 A summer sunset in the Cascade Ranch. Situated as it is directly abutting the Cascade foothills, it is frequently visited by profoundly beautiful sunrises and sunsets. 

A summer sunset in the Cascade Ranch. Situated as it is directly abutting the Cascade foothills, it is frequently visited by profoundly beautiful sunrises and sunsets. 


Cascade Ranch

Directly abutting the Cascade foothills, the Cascade Ranch is made up of one primary set of contiguous vineyards and two smaller annexes, the Oster Vineyard and Bill's Vineyard. 

 Barnes' Ranch in the midst of the harvest. In the immediate foreground is the Middle Blocks; extending into the distance is the Back Blocks. 

Barnes' Ranch in the midst of the harvest. In the immediate foreground is the Middle Blocks; extending into the distance is the Back Blocks. 


Barnes' Ranch

Located a few miles outside of Silverton, Oregon, the Barnes' Place Ranch is Kraemer Farms' highest-elevation large-scale planting. 

 Lake Harold, with the House Hill Vineyard to the immediate left, the Butsch and Rody Vineyards in the distance. The bare ground on the right is set to be planted in 2018, as the Willig Vineyard. 

Lake Harold, with the House Hill Vineyard to the immediate left, the Butsch and Rody Vineyards in the distance. The bare ground on the right is set to be planted in 2018, as the Willig Vineyard. 


Home Ranch

So named because it is located nearest to the original acreage which would eventually become Kraemer Farms, the Homeplace Ranch contains the oldest vines owned by Kraemer Farms.