We are NewGen Vineyard Services
We are Serving clients in the Northern Willamette Valley, our professional vineyard management company is here to serve you. We specialize in providing sustainable, comprehensive vineyard management. Our team aids Oregon vineyards with five or more acres in all their operations. From pruning to harvesting, our viticulturalists have the experience and state-of-the-art technology to help get the job done. We don’t just help with upkeep of your current vineyard—our team can design and prepare new terrain for expanding your vines. For Oregon landowners in the Northern Willamette Valley who are entirely new to grape cultivation, we’ll walk alongside you and make sure you’re set up for success from the very beginning.
Our work begins at the beginning of the vineyard, preparing the soil and finding the best ways to cultivate varied zones.
We manage every part of the vineyard, from planting and cultivating to budgeting and reporting.
Why Choose Us
We carefully inspect the soil to identify areas of variability before the season begins, then farm each area according to its specific needs.
In-field thermal treatments
Timed heat applications during growth help dry clusters after rainstorms and improve BRIX levels.
Full service management
We work with you to handle every aspect of your vineyard, from planning and growing to budgets and reporting.
Who Are We?
NewGen Vineyard Services is a full-service vineyard management company located in the Northern Willamette Valley. We specialize in improving grape quality by identifying zones of vineyard variability and farming them specifically to their needs.
Chad’s management of our estate vineyard program has placed Adelsheim in the envied position of having complete control of our vineyard operations. His leadership of our vineyard team has advanced both the quality of our wines and our company's reputation. His leadership in the viticulture community has had a profound influence on the success of Oregon's wine industry.David Adelsheim
Chad saw the potential benefits of in-field heat treatments in 2012 and was the first to prove its effect on wine quality improvement. Since the 2012 vintage of Pinot Noir, Agrothermal has enjoyed serving Adelsheim heat treated and control block wines to demonstrate the differences Thermaculture can make in wine flavor and aroma.Marty Fischer, CEO of Agrothermal Systems