Memorial Day Wine Weekend in the Northern Willamette Valley
Memorial Weekend in Wine Country is an Oregon tradition. Wineries throughout the Willamette Valley invite guests to celebrate the dawn of summer during Memorial Day weekend.
Discover wineries in the Northern Willamette Valley during the open houses over the Memorial holiday weekend, when most wineries are open, including several that are not regularly open to the public.
This annual event features tastings of new releases, barrel samples, food pairings, live music and other activities. Tasting fees vary from $10-20; hours vary.
2019 Participating Wineries
- A Blooming Hill Vineyard & Winery: Live music Saturday and Sunday at 2 p.m.; tasting fee $10
- Alloro Vineyard: New releases and special tastings; tasting fee $20/$35
- Apolloni Vineyards: Special premium tastings, antipasto bar, pizza available for purchase; tasting fee $20
- Beckham Estate Vineyard: New releases and light bites; art studio tours at 1:30 p.m.; tasting fee $25
- Benza Vineyards: Sample estate-grown wines from this new winery; tasting fee $10
- Blakeslee Vineyard Estate: New releases, charcuterie and cheese boards for purchase; tasting fee $20
- Cooper Mountain Vineyards: New releases, light bites and live music on Saturday and Sunday; tasting fee $20-30
- David Hill Vineyards & Winery: Six-wine flight; tasting fee $14
- Dion Vineyard: Five-wine flight and light snacks; tasting fee $20 (closed Memorial Day)
- Elk Cove Vineyards: New release tasting, flight paired with gourmet popcorn (Saturday and Sunday); tasting fee $20
- Freja Cellars: Special new release tastings and small bites; tasting fee $15
- Hamacher Wines: Extended wine flights and light bites, interactive lawn games; tasting fee $25
- Hawks View Cellars: Wine flights; tasting fee $20
- Kramer Vineyards: New releases, live music Saturday and Sunday; tasting fee $20
- Madrona Hill Vineyard: Open Memorial Day from 2-4 p.m. only, enjoy live music, local bites and wine flight; tasting fee $15
- Montinore Estate: New releases, seated tastings, and wine sale; tasting fee $15
- Patton Valley Vineyard: Special flights and local food, beverage and craft vendors; tasting fee $10
- Plum Hill Vineyards: Panini samples and chips, souvenir wine glass and special wine sale; tasting fee $10
- Ponzi Vineyards: Special flights and spectacular views; tasting fee $20
- Raptor Ridge Winery: Special flights and charcuterie and cheese available for purchase; tasting fee $20
- Six Peaks: Launch of the new Six Peaks wine; tasting fee $10
Event information subject to change without notice.
History, charm and luxury can be found in the many hotels and other lodging options that dot the landscape. Our hotels are close to Portland and have many urban amenities, but are only a fraction of the cost. Plus, parking is always free!
The Tualatin Valley is the most culturally diverse region in the state, and the global cuisine available here is a reflection of that. From highly acclaimed Korean and Japanese restaurants to popular Salvadoran, Italian, Indian and Thai fare, our restaurants are sure to please.
Summertime is market season, and Tualatin Valley’s farmers’ markets are teeming with fruits, vegetables, plants, and so much more, all collected from the farms and fields of the region.
Raise a glass to the friendly Oregon-style hospitality found in this region, while we introduce you to those who are creating magic in a barrel.
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.
To help you plan your Tualatin Valley wine tasting getaway, we’ve put together some wine loops, that connect our wineries by a common theme, which will enhance your wine tasting experience.