The views here are perfection; the food, wonderful; and the wine delicious! So worth a vacation here!
About Willamette Valley
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Fall Harvest in full swing. Don't go ANYWHERE else, but Pumpkin Patch, to het their very own apples of many varieties, squashes, peaches, tomatoes, all grown there. Family operation makes the difference. AND in their off season, they all go overseas, and teach 3rd World...More
The Williamette Valley is the main Pinot Noir region in US. The wineries are gorgeous, the views are breathtaking, but the wines and way of serving the wines in wine tasting tremendously deceptive. Nothing compared to Portugal or Italy wine tasting. First wrong doing: they...More
Be warned, do your homework and make sure you allow enough travel time to get from winery to winery! With 5pm closings, The day goes by rapidly and the 5pm closing times arrive quickly. There are many wonderful wineries to visit, choose wisely and enjoy...More
I enjoyed visiting a winery or 2 but after spending a couple of nights there, we felt it to be mundane and not special. There aren't many great places to eat (a handful at most) and the wineries are hard to get to unless you...More
The boutique, small-batch wineries in this region really distinguishes itself from its larger neighbor California. You can tell that the wineries really focus on ensuring that care is put into the grape vines. Oregon is famous for its Pinot Noir, and this area will not...More
Spent a day wine tasting in the valley, hit 4 excellent wineries. Favorite was Ponzi, by far, but also really liked Saffron Fields. best deal ever is this: fly Alaska to Portland and if you show your boarding pass, the wineries will give you your...More
We enjoyed the dining, the vineyards, and the attractions in nearby areas. This is a great place to spend two or three days. There is so much to see and take photos of that you need at least two days. Ask locals where to go...More
Stayed at the Allison resort and spa hotel and traveled throughout the valley sampling Pinot noir wines. Quite enjoyable!