It is a twenty acres property with about 15 acres highly suitable for planting grapes. The soil is Jory ,arguably the best known soil in the Willamette Valley, is a red , silty- clay loam 4-6 feet deep over rotted and weathered basalt . It is the same very esteem red soil as in the very sought after Dundee Hills, very well drain with granite rocks intermix.
The aspect is south, southwest, west, northwest and east. The average climate characteristics ( average July maximum temperature, average January minimum temperature, average mean growing season temperature, growing degree days and precipitation are very similar to McMinnville, Dundee area. The terroir is spectacular for growing Pinot noir, Chardonnay and other noble grape varieties. The elevation is at about 500 feet. The site is very well drafted with out cold sinks. The property is about 30 min from Portland air port in the hamlet of Beaver creek and just few miles south of Portland.
Total population of , which has changed by % since 1990.
The median age of the population is , while the median
age of dwellings is .
Out of households, are families.