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Willamette Valley Wine Guide
Willamette Valley Wine Guide

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Wine is not simply a taste — it’s an art form, a lifestyle, a movement. The 2016 Wine Region of the Year recognition by Wine Enthusiast magazine solidified Oregon Wine Country as a world-class destination. You can experience the Willamette Valley’s wine through our tasting rooms, on tours and across trails dedicated to these delicate and decadent drinks.

After a day of tasting at some of the Willamette Valley’s best, most beautiful wineries, chances are good you’ll want to unwind with a comfortable overnight stay. Whatever your style, you’ll find plenty to love about our upscale accommodations and luxurious lodgings. Start planning your next trip with these 10 opulent overnight stays in the Willamette Valley.

Your how-to guide to experiencing the Willamette Valley’s vineyards and wineries.

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Pinot noir or Pinot gris? Chardonnay or Pinot blanc? Cozy and intimate, hip and metropolitan, sprawling decks with stunning views? With more than 700 wineries, you’re sure to find the perfect tasting room across the Oregon Wine Country.

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The Willamette Valley is rich in tradition and appreciation for great wine.

When you travel to Oregon Wine Country, it’s easy to take a taste of Oregon home with you, thanks to the Oregon Wine Flies Free program offered by the Oregon Wine Board, Travel Oregon and Alaska Airlines.

regenerative wine experiences

Oregon has the greatest commitment to sustainable farming of any wine region in the United States, and its wineries are stepping by prioritizing sustainability in their vineyards and winemaking processes. Discover how these wineries are not only producing exceptional wines, but also protecting the environment and supporting their local communities. Learn more about the efforts being made to create a more sustainable and regenerative wine industry, including wineries committed to preserving and protecting the oak savannas and woodlands around the Willamette Valley.

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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