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Providing the perfect environment for the “Goldilocks grape”, Pinot Noir, this region possesses a myriad of distance microclimates, soils, and climate for aromatic and flavorful wines.
With the conviction that Oregon’s cool climate and soils could yield distinctive wine, Ginny and David Adelsheim planted their first grapevines in 1972. To this day, the Adelsheim Vineyard is regarded as a leader in the growth and development of the Oregon wine industry.
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Gentle elevation; subtle microclimates; and Oregon's long, cool growing season places ArborBrook Vineyards in an ideal terroir for producing a smooth Pinot Noir that lingers on the palate.
Argyle Winery’s history is a quintessential Oregon tale, complete with the promise of staking claim to new spaces, taking risks, and embracing opportunities and possibilities.
When Brooks opened its new tasting room in September 2014, the event was about much more than just brick and mortar. It was a celebration of the generosity and friendship of the Oregon wine community, who helped the winery get through devastating times when its founder passed away at an early age—only to carry on, rebuild, and uphold his legacy.
Genuine friendships and a fierce love for Willamette Valley Pinot Noir led Dave Grooters and his wife, Robin, to found Carlton Cellars just a decade ago.
From the beginning, Chehalem has made conscious farming choices that best express the flavors of the vineyard’s singular terroir while demonstrating a reverence to the land.
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.
Le Domaine Drouhin Oregon est reconnu pour l’excellence soutenue de son Pinot Noir et de son Chardonnay de la propriété de Dundee Hills qui font état d’un lien profond avec les racines familiales en Bourgogne. Comme le dit la famille avec fierté, « Âme française, terroir orégonais
A magnificent 225-acre estate perched atop the famed Dundee Hills, Domaine Drouhin Oregon is credited with introducing many Burgundian practices to Oregon.
Located in Dundee, Oregon, Duck Pond Cellars is known for producing great quality wines at modest prices.
Today, Elizabeth Chambers Cellar is dedicated to the small-lot production of high-quality handcrafted Pinot Noir.
In terms of terroir, the Willamette Valley is often described as the United State's answer to Burgundy, and Elk Cove Vineyards has developed a reputation for crafting a refined French-style libation.
The wines of Hyland Estates provide a taste of history.
When Wendy and Don Lange first founded their namesake winery in 1987, it was one of the first wineries in the northern Willamette Valley’s beautiful Dundee Hills.
Back in 1977, when Deb and Tom Mortimer first discovered the uncultivated land that would become the Le Cadeau Black Hole Vineyard, they knew instantly that it was an excellent site to grow Pinot Noir.
ROCO Winery represents the combined energy of a tireless married couple who dreamed for decades of starting their own winery focused on grapes grown ontheir property
Silvan Ridge Winery is like a slice of Alsace just 12 miles from downtown Eugene, Oregon
Sweet Cheeks Winery, much like it's name, produces some of the most innovative and interesting wines in the world.
When Paula and Steve Black founded The Four Graces in the Red Hills of Dundee ten years ago, they set out to make rich, complex wines that elegantly express their unique Oregon terroir.
As a family business with three generations working side-by-side, Trisaetum (tris-say-tum) is a blossoming winery located in the heart of Oregon’s Ribbon Ridge AVA.
Driven by a love for Willamette Valley Pinot Noir and a desire to produce his own, Daniel Warnshuis searched far and wide before he found his dream spot and founded Utopia Vineyard in 2002.
WillaKenzie Estate was named after the sedimentary soil on which most of the estate vineyards are planted.
The objective of Willamette Valley Wines is to grow the highest quality fruit and to achieve wines that are the purest expression of the variety and the soil from which it’s grown.
Winderlea’s commitment to stewardship is everywhere—in its business practices, the tasting room, the vineyard, and the wines it produces.
Welcoming and sophisticated, The Allison Inn & Spa is the quintessential place to stay when visiting the Willamette Valley in Oregon wine country.
The eight-room inn stands like a beacon at the top of Youngberg Hill, overlooking 20 acres of vines and a vista view that stretches for miles.
Standing atop a hill in the heart of Willamette Valley wine country, Black Walnut Inn provides guests with an ideal respite complete with sumptuous rooms, gourmet cuisine, and jaw-dropping views.
Gracious and grand, Dundee Manor offers guests a wonderful place to relax and unwind in the Willamette Valley’s magnificent Red Hills.
With a portfolio of three stunning properties in Willamette Valley wine country, Distinctive Destinations provides guests a choice of remarkable vacation venues with exceptional hospitality and four star amenities.
Stoller Family Estate is not only an award-winning Oregon winery, but they also offer unforgettable overnight experiences at their three guest homes located on property.
Le Puy A Wine Valley Inn is a luxury eight-suite, four season destination bed and breakfast perfectly located in the Willamette Valley.
Located in the heart of Oregon wine country, the Inn at Red Hills is a charming boutique hotel.
With more than 25 years of experience, the iconic Pacific Northwest Brewmaster John Harris founded Ecliptic Brewing in 2013 to unite his two passions: brewing and astronomy.
Established in 2004, New Deal Distillery has paved the way for Portland’s exciting craft distillery movement.
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