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about our wine

Wine Resources

Willamette Valley winemakers are known for making some of the world’s best Pinot Noir as well as a diversity of other cool-climate varieties with a personal, handcrafted approach. In addition to producing world-renowned wines, these wineries have set themselves apart through collaboration, sustainability leadership and passionate winemaking.

Here’s a rundown of growing regions and more about the wines of the Willamette Valley.

The Willamette Valley is home to several distinct growing regions—also called American Viticultural Areas (AVAs)—that feature unique natural characteristics that can influence wines in a variety of fascinating ways.

Learn more about these AVAs, along with what makes each so unique.

Discover AVAs

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

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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.

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Extend your stay with a night in one of our luxurious lodgings—ranging from well-appointed B&Bs on working vineyards and farms to chic hotels in bustling urban environments.

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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.

Learn more about the state’s wine industry—its history, growing regions, events, and more—via the Oregon Wine Board.

And when you’re ready to start planning a trip, get the skinny on local tasting rooms and wineries with the Willamette Valley Wineries Association—which includes a searchable tasting room directory, upcoming events, trip-planning tools, and more.

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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