Picturesque Vineyard in the heart of Oregon’s Wine Country
Cynthian Vineyards is named after Dallas, Oregon’s original name. Dallas was settled in the 1840s on the north side of Rickreall Creek and was originally named “Cynthian” or “Cynthiana”.
The land is sprawling and beautiful, punctuated by expansive panoramas, warming sunrises and stoic sunsets. Hundred year oak trees roll on grasslands covering some forested area, and opening up around natural and man made ponds and streams.
Cynthian Vineyards is 80.03 Acres of Farmland on a large rolling hill. Located 14 miles west of Salem on Hwy 22 just 4 miles west of 99W. The planted site of 10 acres has been cleared for years and was used for cattle grass and some grazing a few years ago.
An 8’ tall deer fence was installed in 2015 constructed of 6’’ x 12’ pressure treated posts and black New Zealand horse fencing. Control gates on all exits were installed.
The German all metal trellis system and posts are in place. There is a water system on entire site pulling from captured rainwater on site. The drip lines are installed and being used currently. Soil was tested and a little low on PH. OVS installed Lime on site at the end of summer 2015. After that, the entire area was ripped both ways by a D7 cat with 24’’ rippers. Then disked and tilled smooth.