From urban wineries tucked into neighborhoods throughout the city to gorgeous, sprawling vineyards in Oregon’s Willamette Valley, Portland’s wine scene never runs dry. Though best known for its pinot noir, Oregon’s wine country produces a seemingly endless array of delicious wine varieties — all of which are worth sampling. Read on for our guide to the city’s wine scene, then head to our events calendar to discover even more things to do (including wine tastings, special bottle releases and talks by local winemakers) on your next visit to Portland.
North Willamette Valley Winery Tour
This Forest-Grove-based tour features picturesque wineries, an authentic sake brewery and a lively lodge.
Vineyard and Valley Scenic Tour Route
A 50-mile drive through Washington County, this road caroms from historic site to scenic vista.
Tualatin Valley Vineyards and Farms
In Tualatin Valley, a verdant sliver of Oregon's Willamette Valley, farm-to-table isn’t a trend, it’s a way of life — and has been for years.
Wine Country Thanksgiving
During Oregon’s premier tasting and cellar-stocking event, more than 150 wineries open their doors to the public, offering samples of favorite selections.
Wine Tours Near Portland
Removed Portland Walking Tours due to closure. [IW 12/29/20] Let someone else do the driving while you enjoy wine tasting and vineyard views.
Note: Event is virtual in 2021. Please visit the event website for current information. The Pour Oregon wine festival is your chance to discover small, artisanal wine producers from all over Oregon. There’s so much great wine in this state from Southern Oregon’s Rogue, Applegate, and Umpqua Valleys, to the little places like Elkton and…
Join one of the region’s longest-running events where more than 150 wineries and tasting rooms will host special events, capping off the state-wide celebration of Oregon Wine Month. Taste new wines from your favorite labels, sample from the barrel with winemakers or savor specialty food pairings and live music. Enjoy a winery tour or vineyard…
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