Platt Anderson Cellars Winery, Ashland, Oregon
Ashland’s First Urban Winery
“The benefit of an urban winery is the ability to produce high quality wine without the expenses of a large winery. The ability to take care of the wine with a more personal touch brings great satisfaction and personal enjoyment.”
Platt Anderson Cellars (PAC) is a small family winery that is located on Gill’s & Shelby’s residential property in Ashland, Oregon. We produce about 300-350 cases of wine per year. We have established relationships with grape growers and vineyard managers as well as many winemakers in Southern Oregon. All our grapes are sourced from local vineyards in the Rogue and Umpqua Valleys. The wines produced are whites, reds and rose’s. It is truly a local winery located within the city limits of Ashland.
Some of the organizations supported by PAC through donations, wine tastings and financial support are the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Camelot Theatre, Ashland New Plays Festival and the Ashland Independent Film Festival. We are supporters of the Schneider Museum at SOU as well as art galleries and studios, the Boys and Girls Club of Oregon, Friends of the Animal Shelter and Equamore Horse Preserve. PAC donates over 40% of their income to local charities & the support of the arts. Click here for a list of charities and organizations that we support.
Four Medals Awarded from Northwest Wine Summit & Special Award:
GOLD……… 2014 Malbec and special award for Best of Category for Malbecs.
SILVER……. 2014 Dolcetto & 2015 Vermentino
BRONZE….. 2015 Albarino
We will be pouring all of these plus other varietals at the Ashland Culinary Festival and teaching a WINE101 class. Come and join us.
Award Winning Wines!
Our 2013 Ashland Artist Series Cabernet Merlot Blend and 2013 Ashland Artist Series Merlot won the Silver Medal at the Oregon Wine Experience in Jacksonville during August 19-24th, 2015, the largest wine event in Southern Oregon.
“Chief” from famous TV show inspires local winery – watch video from Kobi TV NBC5 about our wine The Chief Chardonnay