Ever Wonder about the Willamette Valley?

World famous for Pinot noir but also rich in bountiful agriculture, arts, culture, history and stunning natural beauty, the Willamette Valley offers an astonishing number of popular and back-road delights any time of year. Visit wineries during the quieter cellar season, November through March, and get up close and personal with the land and the winemakers. Looking for hot springs, friendly brewpubs, historic sites and a century-old carousel? We’ve got those, too.

Situated only a few miles from the hustle and bustle of Portland, the Willamette Valley seems like a world away – back roads beckon visitors to explore the lush rolling hills, historic communities and farmer’s markets that showcase the region’s local produce. With a temperate climate and rich soils, the Willamette Valley is the perfect growing environment for Pinot noir, Pinot gris and Chardonnay grapes. Utilizing the valley’s rich natural resources, the Willamette Valley is host to internationally acclaimed wineries whose winemakers set themselves apart through collaboration, sustainability leadership and passionate winemaking.

When you spend time winding your way through Oregon's Wine Country you quickly realize it's easy to get a bit sidetracked by all there is to see and do in the Willamette Valley. Discover restaurants, breweries, places to stay and more in our visitors guide. Use our map explorer and wine pages to find go-to destinations and build your own customized trip. 

If you are researching wineries in a specific area view our wine resources page for additional information from our winery partners. 


INTERACTIVE MAP EXPLORER
TOWNS & CITIES
ORDER TRAVEL GUIDE
ITINERARIES
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