Stomp by Croft Vineyards


Stomp by Croft Vineyards

5475 River Rd S, Salem, OR 97302, USA


Our newly renovated tasting room, Stomp, is now open every:

Friday 3pm - 8pm Saturday 12pm - 5pm Sunday 12pm - 5pm

We have indoor and (covered & heated) outdoor seating. Our deck features views of the Willamette River and overlooks our family cherry orchard. Our food menu has a selection of fresh whole ingredients including scratch pizzas, small plates and desserts.

Reservations for Wine Circle members only.

Join us any weekend to drink in the flavors and enjoy our community spirit!

In 1982 Chancy and Toni Croft realized they appreciated wine.  This soon led them to the realization they would also relish the challenges of growing wine grapes.  After an extensive search they purchased 28 acres of farm land outside of Monmouth, Oregon.  Though they knew next to nothing about growing wine grapes they did know they wanted to farm the land organically.  In 1984, they purchased another 70 acres of land near Dallas, Oregon to plant more vines on.  Both vineyards have been farmed organically from the beginning, they were certified organic and Salmon-Safe in 2008.  The Crofts began making small amounts of wine, often working with new winemakers in custom crush facilities, beginning in 1988.  Though the majority of the vineyard’s grapes are still sold to other Oregon wineries the Crofts have now put in a small winery and tasting room, Stomp, near Salem, OR.

Come enjoy a glass of your favorite Croft Vineyards award-winning wine on the deck overlooking the Willamette River and the coastal mountains beyond.

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Features & Amenities

Bike Friendly

Certified sustainable

Dog friendly

Family friendly

Food for purchase

Large groups welcome (please call ahead)

Oregon Wine Flies Free

Organic wines

Outdoor Seating

Tours available


Wheelchair accessible

Region and AVA


Willamette Valley



Helpful Resources

Stomp by Croft Vineyards

Where distinction is grown.

True Willamette Valley

The Willamette Valley, Oregon’s oldest wine region, has two-thirds of the state’s wineries and vineyards and is home to more than 700 wineries. Framed by the Coast Range to the west and Cascades to the east, it is recognized as one of the premier winegrowing regions in the world. At 150 miles long it offers…