Andy was an amazing guide. He was professional and had a plethora of interesting facts to share, and a terrific sense of humor. I appreciated the way he kept our showboat on the road!
Get to know Oregon’s Willamette Valley wine region on this full-day tour. See what makes Oregon pinot noir so special and learn about boutique wine and olive oil production with a small group. Let your guide worry about the details and the driving as you enjoy the scenery and the wine flights.
Meet at Director Park in downtown Portland and set off in your luxury van for the scenic journey out of the city. Look out for views of the Cascade Mountains as you make your way south to the Willamette Valley.
Visit your first winery where you learn about viticulture and taste a variety of local wines including pinot noir for which the region is known.
The next stop is lunch at a local cafe (own expense), and then you continue on to stop at two more carefully selected wineries for more tastings and opportunities to purchase bottles directly from the winemakers.
Listen to your guide’s commentary on the region’s culture and history and take in bucolic views of orchards, farms, and vineyards.
Finally visit the Oregon Olive Mill–the only extra virgin olive oil producer of its kind in the Pacific Northwest–before returning to Downtown Portland in the afternoon.
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We went with a small group of 10 to the Willamette Valley in a Mercedes van to tour 3 wineries. We tasted several flights of wine at each vineyard. We had a great fun group and wonderful day . We bought 3 bottles of wine...More
My friends and I had an amazing day visiting the wineries and our guide, TJ, was both entertaining and informative. The wine country was beautiful, and we learned a lot from TJ and from the hosts at each of the three wineries we visited.
This was a nice day. Our guide was Krystal. She was informative, fun and kind. She is rather new to the area but she clearly knows hospitality. She was able to talk about the history of the area and the local wineries. We visited Erath,...More