Wine

With wine country in its backyard, Portland overflows with wine bars and urban wineries, offering special varietals from around the world.

Urban Wineries in Portland

Driven by winemakers motivated to move their operations closer to where they live and socialize, Portland has nearly a dozen urban wineries.

5 To Try

Local sips

Sample some of the city's tastiest wine offerings at these local favorites.

  • Teutonic Wine Company

    Since 2002, Teutonic Wine Company has been specializing in German-style Rieslings. They also offer pinot gris, pinot blanc, pinot noir and more. Sample them all at their tasting room in Southeast Portland.

  • Southeast Wine Collective

    Southeast Wine Collective is an urban winery, providing custom crush wine production and related services to several artisanal wine producers, as well as a full-service wine bar and events space.

  • Coopers Hall

    Coopers Hall is both an urban winery and a taproom pouring up to 44 taps of wine, beer, cider and more. The taproom includes a full-service kitchen serving rotisserie-cooked meats and savory sides.

  • Enso Winery

    This winery works in small batches, never producing more than 100 cases of anything. In addition to the Enso wines made on-site, the tasting room also offers guest wines, draft beers and locally sourced snacks.

  • Fullerton Wines

    Eric and Alex Fullerton are a father and son winemaking/grape-growing duo. They made their first wines in the 2011 vintage producing a Pinot noir and a rosé made from Pinot noir.

Meet Bertony Faustin, Oregon’s First Black Winemaker

Oregon’s first Black winemaker, Bertony Faustin has been building community since 2007, when he launched his small-batch winery, Abbey Creek

We just want to break bread, drink wine and chill. At the end of the day, that’s what it’s all about. Just being.

Bertony Faustin, owner of Abbey Creek Winery

Uncork Wine Country

Less than an hour from Portland, the gorgeous Willamette Valley boasts more than 250 wineries.