Cupid is going wild in the Tualatin Valley, shooting his arrows at every winery he sees. Whether you’re single or happily attached, there are lots of ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day with us, including events touting a Valentine’s Wine Loop, chocolates, and romantic touches of St. Valentine.
The 8th Annual Valentine’s Wine Tasting Loop is an open house with a lucky baker’s dozen of amazing tasting rooms in the northern Willamette Valley. You have three whole days, February 8-10, to travel between each winery and its special holiday tastings and activities. We’re not relying on Pinot as our sole love potion for the weekend. Your tastings come with extra perks at each location, ranging from chocolate treats to hands-on DIY projects for you to take home.
Each participating winery will also offer a stamp for visiting its tasting room—collect four stamps and you’ll be entered into a drawing for a swanky gift basket.
Valentine’s Wine Tasting Loop Participants:
- A Blooming Hill Vineyard
- Alloro Vineyards
- Ardiri Winery
- Blakeslee Vineyard
- Blizzard Wines
- Cooper Mountain Vineyards
- Dion Vineyards
- Hamacher Wines
- Hawks View Cellars
- Oak Knoll Winery
- Raptor Ridge Winery
- Ruby Vineyard and Winery
Please check each winery’s listing for specific hours and tasting fees.
Additionally, you can collect stamps at two non-winery locales. Stoneberg Alpacas’ boutique is stocked with the coziest winter wears: socks, scarves and sweaters all knitted with luxurious alpaca fibers. You can even purchase a bag of grain to feed to the farm’s herd of alpacas. Nearby, the Cruise In Country Diner will also be offering stamps at its 1950s-style eatery. Share a strawberry milkshake with two straws for a romantic treat.
Share your experience on the loop with the hashtag #vdaywineloop. We’ll be sharing a few of our favorite snaps from the weekend.
With several romance hotel packages to choose from, the Tualatin Valley truly is for lovers.