Discover Oregon Wine Country

With more than 500 wineries to choose from in 150 miles, the Willamette Valley is a great destination for wine lovers – but you'll discover that there’s more to Oregon Wine Country than what’s in the glass.
From historic towns to quirky cities, craft breweries to farm stands, the Willamette Valley offers inviting escapes up and down every curve of the river corridor.
Hike, paddle, or for a one-of-a-kind tour, cycle from vineyard to hopyard. Bring your bike, your family and your pup – and let us take care of the rest.

Wine. It's just the beginning.

While the number of wineries continues to grow in the Willamette Valley winemakers haven’t lost their personal, handcrafted approach to making wine, or their desire to do things a little differently. 

Here you'll find lush vineyards and farms, tended by families who are passionate about growing the best wine grapes and freshest foods. You’ll meet chefs who turn this bounty into mouthwatering farm-to-table cuisine, and you’ll discover rivers, trails and mountains beckoning your inner explorer.

Start planning your Oregon Wine Country getaway today.

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VIDEOS OF the willamette valley
Waiting to celebrate Valentine’s Day until this weekend? Stop at @jubilee.champagne.dessert in Independence, OR for a sweet treat and glass of bubbly.
Like we always say, the Willamette Valley is more than just wine. Get your dose of outdoor adventure during your next trip! 📸: @calebwallace
If you’re in the Salem area, make sure to stop at @basilandboard (it’s a pizzeria AND wine bar), so you can get your wine-fix and a delicious meal. 😋
Did you know that some Willamette Valley wineries let you camp on site? 📸: @seeitsjeff
Which Willamette Valley winery has your favorite charcuterie plate? 📸: @carobaker1
Happy Wine Wednesday! What Willamette Valley wine is your favorite?
Willamette Valley wineries are perfect for cozying up by the fire with a glass of Pinot in hand.
Anyone recognize these winery doors? Hint is in the location!
Small town charm is something we’re pretty good at. ✨
It’s official! The Noble Fir from the Willamette National Forest is shining bright this holiday season. 🎄
Who can guess which Willamette Valley wildlife refuge this is? Hint: it’s great for bird watching!
Where are you enjoying #winecountrythanksgiving? Over 140 Willamette Valley wineries are celebrating this weekend. #orwinetrav #illahevineyards #winetasting #travelsalem #winetastingweekend
Welcoming the Capitol Christmas tree at the State Capitol in Salem today. #orwinetrav #chooseoutdoors #capitolchristmastree #travelsalem #findyourtree
#ThrowbackThursday to one of our favorite events in the Valley, the Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival 🌷
Salem is unbe-leaf-abley beautiful this fall! 📷: @jayjohnson12
Have you found your perfect pumpkin? 🎃 We have some pretty great ones here in the Valley!
Willamette Valley wineries might be known for their Pinot noir, but there’s always more to explore. Sauvignon Blanc, anyone?
Who can name this Oregon wine country town?
Start your weekend off right🍷
Autumn wine country views 😍
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