Willamette Valley Pinot Noir wines are considered to be some of the best in the world. In 2016, Wine Enthusiast Magazine named the Willamette Valley as their wine region of the year. Every year since the popularity of Oregon wines has increased dramatically. If you’ve yet to find the time to visit Oregon wine country, this summer might just be your perfect opportunity.

The Willamette Valley is currently closed to travelers due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the closure, winemakers around the valley are still tending their vineyards and fine-tuning their craft, hoping to bring you yet another delicious vintage.  This summer, wineries around the valley will be eager to open to guests again. Moreover, after this long closure, it will be important to support this industry so they’ll continue to produce the wines we’ve come to know and love as some of the world’s best.

Oregon wine country’s cool climate is perfect for producing Willamette Valley pinot noir, but it’s certainly not the only wine grape grown here. The valley also produces exceptional riesling, chardonnay, pinot gris, and pinot blanc. In total, there are more than 600 Willamette Valley wineries to visit. Start your journey at our award-winning biodynamic winery and bed and breakfast, and we’ll introduce you to the best Willamette Valley pinot noir around.  Start planning your adventure through Oregon’s wine country today. Read More