will•ful (adj): determined; pertinacious; unruly; wild
Willful Wine Co. is the passion of owner and winemaker Pam Walden. She makes hand-crafted Pinot Noir, as well as limited amounts of other varietals. Production quantities are extremely limited. We encourage you to sign up to our wine club to ensure that you get some.
may free Shipping Special!
May is Oregon Wine Month! Fifty years ago the first Pinot noir vines were planted in the Willamette Valley. What better way to celebrate than offering free ground shipping for any purchase of 12 bottles or more until the end of May? Don't forget our regular 15% off any purchase of a case or more!
Saturday, May 23rd 3-6pm
SE Wine Collective - 2425 SE 35th Pl, Portland, OR 97214
$20 advanced sale tickets (click here!) until May 23rd $25 at the door
Come say hello while we pour at #Vinlandia, a tasting extravaganza of newly released wine from each of SE Wine Collective's urban winemakers!
Click here to learn more and stay updated with the Facebook event
Memorial Day Weekend in Wine Country
Saturday & Sunday, May 23rd-24th 11am-5pm
Longplay Winery - 215 East First St., Newberg, OR 97123
Tasting Fee $10, refunded with purchase.
Join us in wine country as 150+ wineries celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first planting of Pinot noir vines in Oregon's Willamette Valley.
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Stay updated with our Facebook event
Go Local PDX - Food (2015)
Read about Pam and three other moms and how they came to be winemakers in Oregon.
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Radio Interview with Northwest Wine Night (2014)
Listen to the wonderful people at Northwest Wine Night Radio interview Pam about her origin story as a wine maker. (December 2014)
Click to listen, interview starts 14:05 minutes in.
Wine Enthusiast (Dec 2014)
2012 Winemaker Cuvee Pinot Noir (91pts) is "a lovely example of the strengths of the 2012 vintage"; 2012 Willful Dundee Hills Pinot Noir (90pts); 2013 Jezebel Blanc (89pts, BEST BUY).
The Oregonian. (November 2013)
Read Katherine Cole's eloquent description of recent events and the story of Pam's start in winemaking
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Radio Interview with Food Studio (2013)
Listen to Pam's thoughts on the glory of Pinot Noir and the joy of dirt
Click to Listen