And Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, Arneis, Tempranillo, and the list goes on…
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.
While the Pinot Noir put the valley—and the state—on the wine map, the sheer diversity of varietals keeps wine lovers coming. This is Oregon Wine Country.
Come for the Wine; Stay for the Stories
You don’t need to be an expert to enjoy the wines. From the novice to the aficionado, all are welcome to explore the wines that have put this region on the map.
We love wine, and once you visit, you will understand why our winemakers are passionate about the wines they make, and we are, too.
Did you know? The Willamette Valley was named Wine Enthusiast magazine’s “2016 Wine Region of the Year“!
The passion of our winemakers can be tasted in every glass of Oregon wine. Raise a glass to those who are creating magic in a barrel.
The best part of our wine country? You don’t need to be an expert to enjoy the wines. From the novice to the aficionado, all are welcome to explore the wines that have put this region on the map.
From fragrant Pinot Noir to Riesling that tickles the taste buds, dozens of varietals are waiting to be tasted, discussed, and most of all enjoyed, especially during our annual events.
The Vineyard and Valley Scenic Tour Route is a 60-mile drive through the lush Tualatin Valley, which runs between the city of Sherwood at the southern part of the valley and the Swiss-settled Helvetia at the northern end.
Our wine bars and shops feature wine from the Willamette Valley and beyond. Explore the tastes of the world while staying in Tualatin Valley.
Leave the driving to the other guys, while learning about Oregon wine and its evolution from its humble beginnings to the critically acclaimed wine region it now is.
A cornucopia of wineries will be opening their doors with longer hours, special releases and scenic tasting rooms—it’s yet another joy of the area for which to be thankful.
The last weekend of October is always a cauldron of activities, which is as good a reason as any to embark on a Halloween weekend of tricks and treats in Tualatin Valley.
With three official months of autumn, you have ample time to take a nature, birder or photographer getaway to the Tualatin Valley.