Taste Local in the North Willamette
March 21-22, 2020
Plan a visit to Tualatin Valley this spring and experience a new wine event: Taste Local in the North Willamette. This two-day wine festival showcases the unique, elegant and expressive wines produced by Tualatin Valley’s wineries. Learn more >>>
Day One: March 21, 1-5 p.m.
The event kicks off at McMenamins Grand Lodge with a wine festival featuring 20 wineries, each showcasing their wines. Included with your ticket is access to the wine festival on March 21, including a commemorative glass that serves as your passport to taste the wines from each of the featured wineries as well as small bites provided by McMenamins Grand Lodge, and two complimentary premium tastings on March 22 at participating wineries. Early Bird Tickets: $45 | Regular Tickets (March 1-21): $55
Day Two: March 22
Enjoy two complimentary tastings at your choice of participating wineries, included in the price of your festival ticket. Premium tastings are valued at $20 – $25 per tasting and will include a special library wine, limited production wine or special release wines. These tastings are only available on March 22.
But, wait…there’s more. You can enjoy additional events throughout the weekend, such as winemaker blending seminars, meals, cooking classes and much more. Add-on events will be hosted Friday, March 20th – Sunday, March 22nd.
Friday Events – March 20th
SakeOne & Bites Paired Dinner
Wine & Sorbet Social with A Blooming Hill
Sunday Events – March 21st
Sunday Barn Brunch with Resolu Cellars & Scotch Church Vineyard
The Art of Wine Blending at Ardiri Winery
G.O.A.T. Farm Tour with Apolloni Vineyards
To book these add-on events, please visit the official event page for information.
Book Your Stay
Whether your traveling to this event from 10 miles or 1,000 miles away, to fully enjoy this two-day event, stay overnight in the many hotel options in Tualatin Valley. Tualatin Valley has a diverse selection of hotels, ranging from budget-friendly options to full-service hotels. Plus, none of the hotels in Tualatin Valley charge resort, amenity or parking fees! Book your stay today >>>