According to our customers, a Willamette Valley wine tour is just what you need to unwind and relax.
The time of year you tour really doesn’t matter to us, or the wineries.
We conduct Willamette Valley wine tours 352-days per year!
The Willamette Valley is considered to be the heart of the Oregon wine country. With vineyards, crop fields and berry patches spread across the valley. Going for a drive is always a beautiful trip, whether you stick to the main roads or adventure down back roads, for your Willamette Valley wine tours.
The Willamette Valley is about 100-miles long and begins just outside Portland, and continues south below the Salem area. However, some of the oldest of all the Willamette Valley’s vineyards were planted towards the North end of the valley , near Dundee. The first Pinot Noir grapes were planted by David Lett, (known as Papa Pinot), in 1965. He then started one of the ‘first five’ wineries in the Willamette Valley, Eyrie Vineyards. The other four wineries who really got the wine industry on their feet were: Erath Winery, Ponzi Vineyards Winery, Sokol Blosser Winery, and Adelsheim Vineyard. Some of these wineries are offered as ‘stops’ during our Willamette Valley wine tour.