Bordered on one side by Alpine forest and on the other by commanding views of grapevines and rolling hills, Silvan Ridge Winery is a slice of Alsace, just 12 miles south of Eugene.
Its patio and expansive manicured grounds are a perfect spot for a picnic, complete with fresh fruit from one of the farm stands passed along the way—a magical drive that winds through the iconic Coyote Creek Covered Bridge, pastures, and miles of vineyards.
Silvan Ridge Winery has the reputation for producing memorable wines at attractive price points, as well as lively events, dinners, outdoor concerts—and on Friday nights, revelers can enjoy their wine with pizzas from a wood-fired oven.
The winery produces approximately 20,000 cases annually including Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, early Muscat (which has graced the dining table at the White House), Viognier, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Tempranillo, and Malbec. The wines are crafted in an exceptional New World style that demonstrates Old World sensibility and distinctive Willamette Valley terroir.
For more information, visit silvanridge.com