MAP OF THE WILLAMETTE VALLEY
Home to more than 300 wineries
The Willamette Valley is known for its world class Pinot noir. Visit wineries and tasting rooms surrounded by beautiful vistas and views of the Cascade Mountains. Explore quiet backcountry roads leading to a rustic barnyard tasting room or state of the art winery.
Join Willamette Valley wineries in giving back to our communities this holiday season! Participating wineries throughout the valley are collecting non-perishable food items for donation to Oregon's food bank network during our Willamette Cares Food Share. With your help, we will attempt to reach our goal of 200,000 pounds of food collected from November 1-December 20, 2014.
Visit during Wine Country Thanksgiving or Harvest to Holidays, our month-long celebration during the month of November, and make your donation.
We are so excited for this opportunity to come together and support our local communities, and we invite you to be a part of it!
Who planted the first Pinot noir vines in the Willamette Valley? Which tasting brought international attention to Oregon wines? What movie sparked widespread interest in Pinot noir? Visit our historical timeline to learn how this unique wine region has developed through the years.
Linfield College Archive – The Eyrie Vineyards
Head for the Dundee Hills for Remarkable Wines
The Seattle Times – September 5, 2014
It's a small community not unlike so many others in Oregon’s rural Willamette Valley. But this little town is the heart and soul of wine country. Named after a Scottish town, Dundee has long been agricultural. It wasn’t until the late 1960s and early ’70s when such pioneers as David Lett, Dick Erath, […] more news