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Oregon Wine Month


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Celebrate Oregon Wine Month in Tualatin Valley

Join us this May in celebrating our official statewide month of wine discovery and development. As the home of some of the oldest vines in the Willamette Valley, Tualatin Valley is the ideal location for your Oregon Wine Month adventure.

We invite you to celebrate Oregon Wine Month in Tualatin Valley this May. Sit back and enjoy the views and and try our world-class wines with a visit to wine country.

Spring is a great time to visit wine country. Not only can you enjoy the great outdoors on many sprawling vineyard patios or lawns, you can mix it up with the light flavors or white wines and rosé. Explore wineries with garden views like Alloro Vineyard and Blakeslee Vineyard and play the best lawn games like bocce ball at Apolloni Vineyards.

This year, instead of the usual Memorial Day Wine Weekend events in the final weekend of May, festivities are being expanded throughout the month. It’s the season of new growth and sunshine in Oregon’s wine country. Learn more about May in wine country >>>

Oregon Wine Month Events

Blizzard Wines is celebrating its 10-year anniversary with a special weekend, May 13-16. Celebrate with a Champagne cupcake along with your tasting.

Carpenter Creek Winery and Farm will have a live performance from duo Midnight & Moonshine on Mother’s Day (May 9) from 1-4 p.m. Mom’s get a complimentary glass of wine with chocolate pairings. Reservations are recommended (call 503.998.0420 to reserve your spot). For Memorial Day weekend, Joni Harms will perform live 1-4 p.m. and the West Coast Phillyz food truck will be on site.

Dion Vineyard is celebrating Oregon Wine Month and moms with a special Mother’s Day weekend, May 7-9.  Enjoy this special holiday with a sparkling pink wine called “Lost & Found.” For Memorial Day weekend, Dion is pouring a special lineup of 2017 Wedding Tree Cuvee Sparkling Wine and a vertical tasting of Old Vines Pinot Noir. Call 503.407.8598 for reservations.

This month, Ponzi Vineyards, which recently was purchased by Bollinger, one of France’s most prestigious champagne producers, is offering special pairings each weekend with seasonal dishes specially crafted to pair with newly released wines. Reserve a seat in the tasting room to enjoy this experience and try the latest wines from Ponzi.

Check this page for more events as they are announced.

Share your Oregon Wine Month experiences and tag your photos with  #oregonwinemonth and  #oregonwine on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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Celebrate Oregon Wine Month

While Oregon Wine Month may look different this year, there is no shortage of great wine specials being offered by Tualatin Valley's wineries. These are what our wineries have in store for you this May.

We love wine, and once you visit, you will understand why our winemakers are passionate about the wines they make, and we are, too. From the novice to the aficionado, all are welcome to explore.

To help you plan your Tualatin Valley wine tasting getaway, we’ve put together some suggested wine stops that connect our wineries by a common theme, which will enhance your wine tasting experience.

Visitors who travel to the Tualatin Valley on Alaska Airlines may be eligible to check a case of Oregon wines for free, as well as enjoy complimentary tastings at participating wineries.!

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!

Tualatin Valley is home to a wide range of world-class wineries (minus the bumper-to-bumper crowds), innovative craft breweries and distilleries, and a spectacular variety of global cuisine, ready to tempt the most adventurous palates.

Explore Tualatin Valley's pristine, rural wetlands, nature parks, wildlife refuges, verdant forests, tranquil waters and open fields, perfect spots for hiking and cycling, paddle trips, fishing, birding and wildlife watching and other outdoor recreational pursuits.

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