Celebrate Spring Wine Season This May
Don’t Miss the Pink! Rosé Wine Festival
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Celebrate Oregon Wine Month with the first ever Pink! Rosé Festival, which kicks off spring wine season with a fun-filled day of rosé sipping at Hillsboro’s Ron Tonkin Field (home of the Hillsboro Hops).
Guests will enjoy new and limited-release rosés from 15 Tualatin Valley wineries with a sweeping view of the infield, wood fired pizza, winemakers, music and all the sunny vibes of springtime in Oregon. The event will welcome food and wine lovers (and the rosé curious) to explore the award-winning wines of various Tualatin Valley wineries in a fun and casual environment (think backyard barbecue – in the backyard of America’s favorite pastime).
Pink! Rosé Festival
Saturday, May 14, 2022, 1-4pm
Ron Tonkin Field | 4460 NE Century Blvd, Hillsboro, OR
This event is open to adults ages 21+ only
Tickets are $40 per person and includes six (6) tasting tokens and a commemorative wine tumbler (additional tasting tokens and food will be available for purchase). Buy tickets >>>
- Apolloni Vineyards
- Ardiri Winery & Vineyards
- Cooper Mountain Vineyards
- David Hill Vineyards & Winery
- Dion Vineyard
- Hamacher Wines
- Helvetia Winery
- Montinore Estate
- Oak Knoll Winery
- Raptor Ridge Winery
- Rue Cler Wine
- Ruby Vineyard
- Scotch Church Road Vineyard
- Six Peaks
- Sidereus Vineyard & Winery
The one-day festival is presented by Apolloni Vineyards in partnership with the Washington County Visitors Association and the Hillsboro Hops. The event is also in celebration of Oregon Wine Month!
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Follow the event on Instagram and Facebook at @pinkrosefest and hashtag your photos with #pinkrosefest.
Tualatin Valley sits in the northwestern edge of the famed Willamette Valley, known for its exquisite wines, especially Pinot Noir. While the Pinot Noir put the valley—and the state—on the wine map, the sheer diversity of wine varietals keeps wine lovers coming.
You don’t need to be an expert to enjoy the wines. From the novice to the aficionado, all are welcome to explore our estate wineries. Plan a Tualatin Valley wine country getaway with our handy digital wine tourism guide.
alatin Valley is home to not one, but two new American Viticultural Areas (AVAs): Tualatin Hills and Laurelwood District.
Join us this May in celebrating our official statewide month of wine discovery and development. As the home of some of the oldest vines in the Willamette Valley, Tualatin Valley is the ideal location for your Oregon Wine Month adventure.
When it comes to excellence in hand-crafted beverages, the Pacific Northwest—and the Greater Portland region in particular—outshines any other location in the U.S. This is “Beervana,” the land of craft microbreweries.
The Tualatin Valley Ale Trail is a passport program to introduce beer lovers to the wealth of craft beer in Tualatin Valley. View the digital Ale Trail Passport and plan your Tualatin Valley getaway.