Wine tours near Portland

Let someone else do the driving while you enjoy wine tasting and vineyard views.

Sokol Blosser tasting room, Dundee Hills, Willamette Valley, OregonWine tours include visits to tasting rooms like this one at Sokol Blosser.

Guided wine tours near Portland let you explore Willamette Valley and Columbia Gorge vineyards and wineries, tasting to your heart’s content without worrying about driving. Sample your way through the region’s wines on custom trips based on your personal tastes. Seasoned wine experts are ready to make your pinot reverie a reality, and most will even pick you up! Start sipping.

All prices per person; prices and other details are subject to change, so please contact tour operators for the latest.

Public wine tours

Daily tours

The Willamette Valley Countryside Winery Tour from EcoTours departs Portland daily and includes stops at four wineries, plus tours of the winemaking facilities and a stop for lunch. The six-hour Oregon Wine Tour from Oregon Tour Co. is offered daily, visiting four wineries with a light picnic lunch. Sea to Summit runs a daily Willamette Valley Wine Tour that includes tasting fees at four wineries. The Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls & Wine combo is offered daily and visits two wineries.

Day trips with A Great Oregon Wine Tour are often led by colorful wine expert Wayne Oppenheimer, who shares delightfully geeky facts about soil types, clones and vineyard management techniques.

Non-daily tours

Evergreen Escapes pairs wine and waterfalls on their Columbia Gorge Waterfalls & Wine Tour, offered year-round Thursday–Monday (additional days in summer). Evergreen’s Willamette Valley Wine & Waterfalls Tour, which visits Silver Falls State Park and three wineries, is offered year-round on Thursdays and Saturdays and Mondays from June 15–Sept. 30. Grape Escape offers public tours most Saturdays, taking small groups from downtown Portland to three Willamette Valley wineries.

The Discover Oregon Wines tour from Wildwood Adventures visits three wineries plus the gorgeous Oregon Olive Mill in the Dundee Hills and runs at least once a week (more frequently during summer and fall).

Tours in languages other than English

Need a translator for your day of wine tasting? America’s Hub World Tours handles all the arrangements for translation services (currently available in Spanish, German, Mandarin, French and Italian). The half-day Oregon Wine Tasting Tour runs daily. America’s Hub also offers a full-day Waterfalls & Wine Tasting Combo and a number of other wine tours.

Urban wine tours

The Urban Wine Adventure from PDX Pedicab guides riders to three wine tasting rooms in Southeast Portland, so you can experience Oregon wine without leaving town — or getting in a car.

Private wine tours

Be So Lucky Tours offers wine tours which are led by a wine concierge with more than 30 years of experience in the Oregon wine industry and visit Willamette Valley or Columbia Gorge wineries. Eat Adventures Food Tours offers private Willamette Valley wine tours visiting four vineyards. Endless Oregon Tours offers a six-hour Willamette Valley tour, visiting three top vineyards, and a Wine & Waterfalls option, which devotes a whole day to exploring the sights and wines of the Columbia River Gorge. The sustainable vehicles of EcoShuttle can be chartered for custom wine tours.

First Nature Treks & Tours, led by Kieron Wiedner, provides completely customized Willamette Valley wine tours for up to four people. Private tours with Grape Escape can be customized for groups large and small and matched to your budget and tastes. Hometown Advantage offers a private Oregon Wine Country Coach Tour.

Adrenaline-seekers will love Sea to Summit’s White Water Rafting & Columbia Gorge Wine Tour, which pairs an exhilarating trip down Washington’s White Salmon River with wine tasting around Hood River. Evergreen Escapes also charters a Whitewater and Wine Tasting Tour. The Vintage Tour Bus Co. offers two Wineries of the Willamette River Valley tours.

Wine tour operators