North Willamette Wine Trail Weekend
Spring Wine in Tualatin Valley
Spring marks the return of many things that make Tualatin Valley a special destination. Birds return from their winter migration, bringing songs to the valley. Wildflowers start to bloom, signaling the harvest that peaks in the summer. And annual wine tasting events bring new wine releases, heralding the start of wine event season.
The 2018 North Willamette Wine Trail Weekend jump-starts spring when 15 wineries open their doors for a weekend of hands-on activities, complimentary tastings, appetizers and friendly camaraderie. Designated drivers and non-drinkers can also participate and nosh on appetizers during the weekend.
Have you ever wondered why there are so many shapes, sizes and colors of wine bottles? Apolloni Vineyards sets out to answer that question with “Fiasco!,” the history of the wine bottle.
DIYers will enjoy creating a mini cork planter at Tualatin Estate‘s “Plants & Pinot,” or blending a signature white blend at A Blooming Hill Vineyards.
Serious connoisseurs will enjoy the blind tasting at Oak Knoll Winery, tasting the wine from the oldest vines in the Willamette Valley at David Hill Vineyards and Winery, and enjoying the diversity of Kramer Vineyards‘ sparkling wines.
The 10th Annual North Willamette Wine Trail Weekend
April 7-8, 2018 | 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
$60 for both days; includes a custom wine glass (for tastings)
$40 for a single day; includes a custom wine glass (for tastings)
$20 for designated drivers; includes tasting coupons for future use
Tickets are available for purchase today. Buy now >>>
Participating wineries include:
A Blooming Hill Vineyards
David Hill Vineyard and Winery
Elk Cove Vineyards
Oak Knoll Winery
Patton Valley Vineyards
Plum Hill Vineyards
Risdall Ranch Winery
Stay the Weekend
Stay close to the our wine country and overnight in the Tualatin Valley. Here you will find free and ample parking, well-appointed rooms and top-notch amenities located close to Tualatin Valley’s wineries.
Our hotels are close to Portland and have many urban amenities, but are only a fraction of the cost. Plus, parking is always free!
Tualatin Valley’s restaurants garner rave reviews with innovative menus and a range of global cuisine. Impressive wine, beer, cocktail, and saké lists are the hallmarks of the region’s growing culinary offerings
Tualatin Valley sits in the northwestern corner of the Willamette Valley, known for its abundant number of wineries and vineyards, and its exquisite varietals of wine, such as Pinot Noir.