Abbey Creek Vineyard
31441 NW Commercial St
North Plains, OR
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About Abbey Creek Vineyard
Abbey Creek, named after the creek that runs through the vineyard property, lives in the west hills of Portland Oregon. The first vines were planted in 1981 by Dr. Robert & Sandra Simmons on a modest 5 acres of the 50 acre property. Originally planted as a tax deferral establishing the property as farm land; These grapes would lay the foundation for boundless growth and potential. Unbeknownst to the original cultivators of this land one ingredient was missing.
It needed a pioneer, and Bertony Faustin was just that! With the vision of growing a few rows of grapes to a brand that could potentially influence the world Bertony took on the challenge of building a label that would change the course of the industry. The tragedy of loosing his father evoked a change in career for our winemaker and founder Bertony Faustin. Planting 7 additional acres of grapes and establishing Abbey Creeks first wine label in 2008.
The business also has a location called The Crick PDX at 912 SW Morrison Street, Portland, OR 97205.
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