19.4 TOTAL ACRES | APPROX. 8.5 PLANTABLE ACRES AMITY, OREGON
“It’s emblematic of the hard work our growers are putting in day in and day out that we see this growth. They don’t cut corners, most everything is crafted by hand, especially with our small to medium-sized producers, which make up the bulk of our state’s wineries...” — Sally Murdoch, Oregon Wine Board Communications Manager
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A FUTURE CHARMING VINEYARD OFF THE QUIET COUNTRY ROAD... Now is the time to invest in a unique opportunity for a vineyard and join in with nationally-recognized wineries and vineyards while investing opportunities stay relatively reasonable. Properly known as the Eola-Amity American Hills Viticultural Area (AVA), this critically-acclaimed area of the Northwest is located in Oregonâ€™s Willamette Valley and stretches from the city of Amity in the north to Salem in the south. Home to over 100 vineyards and 30 wineries, the region is known for growing Pinot Noir and Chardonnay that consistently impresses wine critics around the world. Prominent wineries and vineyards nearby include Amity Vineyards, Seven Springs, Lingua Franca, Z'vio, and award-winning Brooks Wines that's just down the road. This charming piece of land located in one of the nation's premier area for winemaking presents bountiful opportunity. Among cultivating your own vineyard, the hill near the center of this property lends itself to becoming a new site for a custom-built replacement dwelling or a wine tasting room. Whatever you build, the site will be on top of the world with the most utopian views of the Valley. Furthermore, it's humble 8.5 plantable acres makes allows for easier maintenance. The sky is the limit with this future vineyard off the quiet country road.
PROPERTY DETAILS RESIDENCE
TOTAL ACRES: 19.4
APPROXIMATELY 8.5 PRIME PLANTABLE ACRES GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO DEVELOP A SMALL VINEYARD
FIREPLACE BUILT IN 1951 SCHOOLS 1,584 TOTAL SF
2018 PROPERTY TAXES: $1,412.09
AMITY MIDDLE SCHOOL
WORKSPACE SHED INCLUDED
AMITY HIGH SCHOOL
BUYER TO VERIFY
VINEYARD SITE ANALYSIS performed by — results partners vineyard development & management
ROSS PLANTABLE VINEYARD ACRES: Approximately 8.5 plantable acres NET PLANTABLE VINEYARD ACRES: Dependent upon vineyard layout, avenue width, degree of maximization. Typically 75-90% of gross plantable vineyard acres. AVA (AMERICAN VITICULTURAL AREA): Eola Hills VINEYARD SOIL TYPES PRESENT (NRCS SOIL SURVEY): The predominant soil type is Saum-Parrett. Created from basalt parent material, this soil is very well-drained and has good water holding capacity. A good soil for dry-farmed vineyard: It is recommended that an independent soil survey be performed to better define soil type transitions. SLOPE/ASPECT: The vast majority of plantable ground is level to slightly north facing. Fortunatley, topography will allow for rows to be oriented north-south and west which should allow for good sun exposure between rows at different times of the day. DRAINAGE: Although the soil type in general is well-drained, there is approximately 0.50 acres at the center of the property that lies within the plantable area which would benefit greatly from the installation of the drain tile. The objective for installing tile would be to reduce the seasonal high water table in this area. ELEVATION: 420'-510’ above sea level appears to be the elevation range for these particular property. This is a very favorable elevation range for ripening wine grapes in the Willamette Valley. “FARMABILITY”: Much of the vineyard area on this property resides on flat to gentle slopes measuring approximately 5-15%. No major farming obstables other than the main stream running through the property pose any real challenges to farming. IRRIGATION: Although drip irrigation can help reduce variability during a vineyard's establishment period, it can help reduce vine stress in drought years and serve as an alternative means for applying fertilizer to vines; drop irrigation will likely not be a requirement for vine establishment. SUMMARY: This is a very nice piece of vineyard property located on a quiet country road in a growing AVA, that would make a good hobby-farm vineyard for the right person.
VINEYARD LAND ASSESSMENT 6915 SE Eola Hills Road | Amity, OR 97101
TOTAL ACRES: 19.4 APPROXIMATE GROSS PLANTABLE: 8.5
* Actual number of acres under vine can vary greatly due to set block sizing, row orientation, set backs, buffers, future infrastructure, etc.
USGS SOIL SURVEY
6915 SE Eola Hills Road | Amity, OR 97101
USGS SOIL LEGEND 2785C Saum-Parrett complex, 2 to 12 percent slopes 2785D Saum-Parrett complex, 12 to 20 percent slopes 2785E Saum-Parrett complex, 20 to 30 percent slopes
2790F Melbourne-Goodin silty clay loams, 30 to 60 percent slopes
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