Pike Road Tasting Room

Pike Road Tasting Room – Green Features

Energy Efficiency


  • LED Lighting throughout the tasting room.


Sustainable Materials


  • Reclaimed Douglas Fir wood in Tasting Room Bar.
  • Job-site recycling

Pike Road Tasting Room’s Story


The Campbell Family has farmed in Oregon for five generations and grown wine grapes in Oregon’s Willamette Valley for over four decades. After years of producing some of Oregon’s most acclaimed wines at Elk Cove Vineyards, they decided to create a new Oregon wine company focused on quality Pinot Noir around $20. They named this wine venture Pike Road after the winding road that runs adjacent to our vineyards at the foothills of Oregon’s Coast Range Mountains. Pike Road is made from estate grown grapes and a smaller amount of fruit we purchase. They are committed to preserving small family farms here in the Willamette Valley through their relationships with partner growers

The Wine Maker

ico-wine-grapes-bottleAdam Campbell, the winemaker for Pike Road, grew up on the Vineyard that backs up to Pike road and he would catch the bus every morning on that road. He named the tasting room after that vineyard in remembrance of the nostalgia.



ico-wine-barrelHistoric State and Savings Bank Building

105 West Main Street, Carlton, Or 97111

Visit pikeroadwines.com for more information

By The Numbers

By The Numbers

116 – Bottles of wine stored in the bar cabinets

126 – Number of LED lights in the front curb of the bar

1910 – Year the Historic State and Savings Bank Building was built

The People

PeopleOwner: Adam Campbell

Designer: Cellar Ridge Construction

Project Manager: John Mead

Photographer Carolyn Wells Kramer