Willamette Valley Wine Tours

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Willamette Valley Wine Tours – Portland Oregon

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Willamette Valley Wine Tour:  $139.00 (includes all wine tasting fees during day)

Willamette Valley Wine Tour Duration:  10:30am – 5:30pm

About Our Willamette Valley Wine Tours

The Northern Willamette Valley is just an hour’s drive from the Portland metro area. This close proximity to Portland, Oregon creates a perfect opportunity for a day of touring Oregon’s wine country with Sea to Summit Tours & Adventures.

We set an itinerary with outstanding wine, great hospitality, and beautiful scenery – all the keys to creating unforgettable Willamette Valley Wine Tours!

Wineries that we may visit on our Sea to Summit Willamette Valley Wine Tours include:

Ponzi Vineyards, Anam Cara, Hawks View, Alloro Vineyards, Rex Hill Winery, Vista Hills, Sokol Blosser, Winter’s Hill, Stoller Estates, Bergström Winery, White Rose Estate, Domaine Drouhin, The Four Graces, Archery Summit, Argyle Winery, Erath Winery, Bella Vida, Torii Mor, Lange Estates, White Rose, Elk Cove, Plum Hill, David Hill, Montinore, Kramer.

Our Willamette Valley Wine Tours visit Oregon’s largest and most popular AVA with six sub appellations in its region:

Sea to Summit can also further customize Private Wine Tours to your group’s interest and individuality.

About The Willamette Valley Region

As native Oregonians, we know Willamette Valley Wine Tours better than anyone. Midway between the Pacific Ocean and the Cascade Mountain Range lies Portland, Oregon and the beautiful Willamette Valley wine country. The Willamette Valley is approximately 150 miles long and 50 miles wide, consisting of over 300 wineries and nearly 20,000 acres of Oregon’s wine grapes.

What Makes This Region So Good For Wine?

Oregon’s Northern Willamette Valley is close to Portland and is located in a old volcanic and sedimentary sea bed. This provides excellent drainage for superior quality wine grapes. The combination of soil, coastal marine air, and the temperate climate of Oregon’s Willamette Valley is ideal for cool climate grapes, such as the award winning Oregon Pinot Noirs.


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