Wine Events and Festivals in Oregon’s Willamette Valley
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.
VALENTINE’S WINE LOOP (FEBRUARY)
Each February, Cupid visits Oregon Wine Country for the annual Valentine’s Wine Tasting Loop, which features several of Tualatin Valley’s most esteemed wineries for a weekend of special events, wine tastings and pairings.
MEMORIAL WEEKEND IN WINE COUNTRY (MAY)
Discover wineries in the Northern Willamette Valley during the open houses of Memorial Day weekend. This annual event features tastings of new releases, barrel samples, food pairings, live music and other activities.
DRINK PINK (JULY)
Some of the finest wineries in the Willamette Valley gather at Patton Valley Vineyards at this annual festival to celebrate the quintessential summer wine: Rosé. Enjoy tastings, live music, food and more.
CANINES UNCORKED (AUGUST)
Bring Fido to this one-of-a-kind barktastic event, which invites wine lovers and their faithful four-legged friends to sample complimentary tastings at more than a dozen participating, dog-friendly wineries. Dogs are treated to special activities, while human guests enjoy complimentary wine tastings, all for the price of admission.
FOREST GROVE UNCORKED! (AUGUST)
Local wine (craft beer and food, too) are given the red carpet treatment every August in the city of Forest Grove. Sample the tastes of the northern Willamette Valley, while enjoying live music, great food and fine local hospitality in a street-fair atmosphere.
THANKSGIVING WINE WEEKEND (NOVEMBER)
A long-standing tradition in the Willamette Valley, Wine Country Thanksgiving features open houses at dozens of wineries for a weekend of special tastings, new wine releases, special pairings, entertainment and light bites. The weekend provides rare opportunities to visit small wineries that are not open to the public.
With more than 30 wineries in the Tualatin Valley, you're never too far from an estate winery or tasting room.
The Tualatin Valley hosts all types of events, from wine and beer festivals, music fests and agricultural events to dashes, mud runs, cycling races and more.
The breweries in Tualatin Valley are truly a hidden gem, and our brew events boast smaller crowds, which equals more time tasting and less time waiting in lines to get a taste.