Though best known for its delicious pinot noir, Oregon’s Willamette Valley is the starting point for a wide array of wine varieties — all of which are worth sipping on. Read on for our guides to exploring Oregon’s verdant wine country, gorgeous wineries and places to taste the region’s best wines (including at urban wineries throughout Portland).
This Forest-Grove-based tour features picturesque wineries, an authentic sake brewery and a lively lodge.
A 50-mile drive through Washington County, this road caroms from historic site to scenic vista.
In Tualatin Valley, a verdant sliver of Oreogn's Willamette Valley, farm-to-table isn’t a trend, it’s a way of life — and has been for years.
Driven by winemakers motivated to move their operations closer to where they live and socialize, Portland has nearly a dozen urban wineries.
Sample wine at Willamette Valley vineyards in Portland’s backyard, where you can catch spectacular views and budget-friendly flights.
Let someone else do the driving while you enjoy wine tasting and vineyard views.
Enjoy a full day of wine tasting, local eats, and entertainment at the annual Crush On Oregon winetasting event. Attendees will have a chance to taste wine from 35+ Oregon winemakers, with representation from around the state — and see for themselves why Oregon’s wine is so highly acclaimed. If that isn’t exciting enough, a…
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 Milton-Freewater, to the hills and valleys of the great Willamette Valley. At Pour Oregon,…
Bring a blanket or chair to enjoy the fourth annual Portland Picnic in Westmoreland Park. Featuring tastings from an array of 100 wines from around the world. There will also be beer available from Level Beer and nonalcoholic beverages to enjoy. A great selection of local vendors will be offering tasty food, live music, and…