WINE COUNTRY TOURS

The wine industry in Oregon has been on an upward trajectory since the 1990’s.

Wines and ways to enjoy them abound.

We want our guests to enjoy the best we can find in each region, and we craft an experience that both educates and inspires.

This season’s tour offerings are below. Sit, sip, and savor Oregon bounty.

Location, Location, Location

5-7 HOURS DEPENDING ON PICK-UP DROPOFF LOCATION AND LUNCH PLANS

This tour is designed for people that are looking to have a relaxing day in the wine country. We will visit wineries that are located up in the hills, among the vines, offering amazing views, great wine, great scenery and a chance to just relax. No tasting rooms on this tour.

Get your cameras/phones ready.

Standard Tasting fee range $15– $25 per person at each winery.

The "Bigger Picture"

5-7 HOURS DEPENDING ON PICK-UP DROPOFF LOCATION AND LUNCH PLANS

It is no secret Oregon is known for their amazing Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. However, maybe your group prefers bigger reds.  Not a problem!

Choosing the Willamette Valley or Hood River wineries, let us plan a day for you and your palate, visiting wineries/tasting rooms that offer bigger reds in their flight.

Standard Tasting fee range $15-$25 per person at each winery

The Road Less Traveled

5-7 HOURS DEPENDING ON PICK-UP DROPOFF LOCATION AND LUNCH PLANS

This tour is designed for those that want to explore some of the boutique wineries in the area. Those of you that would like to sit down with the winemaker, learn more about their process, and to take home some incredible “Finds”.

This tour is more structured as all visits will be by appointment only. Because some of these smaller producers are winemakers/owners, there may be a minimum purchase requirement.

Personal Experience tasting fees vary.

Tour Reservation Form

Wineries normally open at 11 am and close by 5pm. Consider your transport time as part of the complete tour.
Everyone on this tour is over the age of 21. You agree that this type of tour may result in intoxication, and the tour company is not responsible for the behavior or any insult or damage caused by its guests. Guests assume responsibility for their activities while on the tour.
Some wineries do not offer picnic facilities or allow food to be brought in from outside sources. Your tour manager will help to sort your lunch needs and location.