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Explore the wine trails of Oregon's Willamette Valley

By Elise McClain

With more than 700 wineries filling the hills and valleys of Oregon Wine Country, it can be hard to know where to start. Check out our Willamette Valley wine trails and you'll find an inspiring path to follow. Each wine-tasting journey includes picturesque vineyards, tasty restaurants and relaxing overnight accommodations.

Cyclists or those who like scenic drives will enjoy the Pedaling for Pinot trail in the south Willamette Valley, which takes you to wineries both large and small, located on beautiful country roads. The wineries of the south valley range from large and elegant to small and intimate and all of them make amazing Pinot noir.

The East of Eden wine trail takes you through the boutique wineries and stunning gardens of the eastern side of the Willamette Valley. It's a perfect trip for those who like the road less traveled.

A day of wine tasting around Salem and Albany is unlike anywhere else in the Willamette Valley. It’s where wetlands butt up against vineyards, where tasting rooms overlook ancient forests of oak and pine, and where wineries offer a quiet respite all year long.

Your adventure begins with the official Willamette Valley Travel Guide. Request your complimentary printed guide or download a digital guide today.

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