Explore the Richness of Oregon Wine
We love wine, and once you visit, you will understand why our winemakers are passionate about the wines they make, and we are, too.
The Tualatin Valley sits in the northwestern corner of the Willamette Valley, known for its abundant vineyards and its exquisite Pinot Noir. While the Pinot Noir put the valley—and the state—on the wine map, the sheer diversity of varietals keeps wine lovers coming back.
Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris are among the dozens of varietals here, along with Riesling, Gewürztraminer, Chardonnay, and the seasonal Rosé, which are available at the more than 30 wineries in the Tualatin Valley.
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You don’t need to be an expert to enjoy the wines. From the novice to the aficionado, all are welcome to explore the wines that have put this region on the map.
Photos, clockwise from top left: Plum Hill Vineyards, David Hill Vineyards, Abbey Creek Winery
Helvetia Winery pairs John’s handcrafted wine with pastoral views of farmlands.
Bertony, who was an anesthesia technician, decided to make wine, which was one of his passions.
When the Lints discovered a derelict dairy farm in Gaston, they envisioned an estate vineyard winery.
Voted one of Oregon’s top 10 wineries with panoramic views, Ardiri’s 40 acre site is open year round, serving some of Oregon’s top 50 award winning, affordable Pinot noirs and blends.
Primrose & Tumbleweeds is a boutique and wine shop located in historic downtown Hillsboro. Visitors can find and purchase Oregon wines, local handcrafted beers, jewelry and gifts.
The Vineyard and Valley Scenic Tour Route is a 60-mile drive through the lush Tualatin Valley, which runs between the city of Sherwood at the southern part of the valley and the Swiss-settled Helvetia at the northern end.
In Portland’s backyard, lovebirds will find all that they need to create a romantic weekend of wine, massages and intimate dining spots. The Tualatin Valley truly is for lovers.
For a romantic getaway in Portland’ backyard, come to the northern Willamette Valley to enjoy February’s Valentine’s Wine Tasting Loop.
We are not afraid to toot our own horn every now and again (Toot! Toot!). Read what local bloggers and news sources are saying about the Tualatin Valley.