Southern Oregon Wine Tourism

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In each bottle of Abacela wine, one appreciates the brilliant results of the Jones family’s 20-year adventure in winemaking, along with the potential of Southern Oregon as a winegrowing region.

Cliff Creek Cellars

With each passing vintage, the wines of family-owned Cliff Creek Cellars attract national accolades that further confirm Vern Garvin’s excellent decision to build one more business at the age of 70.

Folin Cellars

In addition to their tasting room in Carlton, the Folins sell their grapes to some of Oregon’s most noteworthy wineries, while holding onto enough to make about 1,500 cases of estate wines per year. 

Henry Estate Winery

Robust plantings of Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, and Müller Thurgau are mixed with varietal experiments in the vineyards that now surround the winery.

Melrose Vineyards

Melrose Vineyards spans 250 acres along two stunning stretches of the Umpqua River in Oregon’s fertile Umpqua Valley. Known far and wide for its beauty and panoramic views, the tasting room has become a popular destination for travelers and neighbors alike.

RoxyAnn Winery

A family legacy spanning four generations and more than 100 years provides the backbone for RoxyAnn Winery.

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The newly designated Southern Oregon covers two million acres and encompasses the four smaller AVAs: Umpqua Valley, Red Hill Douglas County, Rogue Valley, and the Applegate Valley. More than 3,000 vineyard acres and 70 wineries are found in the Southern Oregon AVA.

The beautiful cities of Sutherlin, Roseburg, Grants Pass, Medford, and Ashland can be found in this region, with numerous historic inns and lodges, riverside hotels and B&Bs, long-established local diners as well as gourmet and bistro dining.