February 1, 2021 | By Chelsea | No Comments

A Tualatin Valley Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is on a Sunday this year, but late nights out on the town are currently not on anyone’s agenda anyway. There are ways to get out of the house to celebrate with outdoor dining but you can also bring the romantic night IN this year. Celebrate love and support small businesses in Oregon’s Tualatin Valley this Valentine’s Day.

Wine tasting in Oregon's Tualatin Valley, vineyards and wineriesWine tasting in Oregon’s Tualatin Valley

Sweets for Sweethearts 

For a fun activity that’s great for all ages, South Store Café has a cookie kit for the perfect heart-shaped treats at home. Call ahead to order their kit that includes a dozen sugar cookies, icing and Valentine’s Day sprinkles.

Mamancy Tea and Chocolates has the perfect thing for Valentine’s Day — chocolate! Skip the basic heart-shaped box and instead chose from a range of truffle flavors like Mamancy’s signature tea-infused, caramel, strawberry balsamic, coconut, lavender and many more. Some bonbons come in cute lip and heart shapes — perfect for a day all about love.

Enjoy Wine

Make your reservations early to enjoy an outdoor wine tasting or order bottles of Oregon wine to take home for the occasion. Check our winery offerings page for winery hours, shipping and delivery deals.

Elk Cove VineyardsFebruary special celebrates the love story of its founders, Pat and Joe Campbell. The package includes the 2016 La Bohème Brute Rosé sparkling wine and 2017 La Bohème Pinor Noir plus two stemless glasses for $140 with a gift box and 2-day shipping. Order >>>

Cooper Mountain Vineyards‘ XOXO Kits are the perfect pairing for Valentine’s Day. The XOXO Kit comes with a bottle of 2017 Johnson School Pinot Noir and organic Theo Chocolate while the XOXO XOXO Kit comes with the 2017 Johnson School Pinot Noir, 2019 Gamay Noir plus Theo Chocolates. They also have a Valentine’s Day food kit, “Farmer and the Beast,” which includes shrimp cocktail, filet mignon with crustacean butter, truffle potato gratin, roasted tarragon carrots, chocolate coconut mousse with meringue and a bottle of Johnson School Pinot Noir. Order now >>>

Ponzi Vineyards is celebrating with pink — pink wine, that is. Gift sets include a bottle of their 2019 Pinot Noir Rosé and a bottle of 2019 sparkling brut rosé. Order now >>>

At Elk Cove, for each case of wine purchased, you’ll be entered to win a Valentine’s Day card drawing for a $100 gift certificate. The wines of the month are pink — 2019 Sparking Rose and 2019 Rose of Pinot Noir.

Dinner and a (drive-in) Movie

Missing dinner and a movie dates? There’s a drive-in movie experience perfect for Valentine’s Day, featuring some all-time favorite romantic movies for a night out. The Love Struck Drive-In at Washington Square package includes admission for two films, a four-course meal and a bottle of wine.

A Night at the Theater… at home

Broadway Rose Theatre Company’s virtual production “The Story of My Life,” is available to stream throughout February. Order takeout from your favorite restaurant, including cocktails to go or a bottle of Tualatin Valley wine, and enjoy “live” theater in a whole new way.

Bag&Baggage Theatre invites you to to be their Valentine with a free Zoom performance, B&B My Valentine featuring music by 23 Window and poetry by the company’s artists. Make it extra special by purchasing add-ons from D’Anu Wines and Decadent Creations to enjoy while you watch. Learn more >>>

Book a Romantic Night’s Stay

Make it a Valentine’s weekend with a stay at one of Tualatin Valley’s unique hotels. The McMenamin’s Grand Lodge and The Grand Hotel at Bridgeport Village have specials for lovers that include perks like sparkling wine, dinner for two and chocolates.

It doesn’t have to be Valentine’s Day to celebrate love but it IS a good excuse to do something extra special. Get into the loving spirit with the best of Tualatin Valley wine, food and fun.

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