Explore Wineries in Beaverton, Oregon
The city of Beaverton, Oregon is the gateway to Tualatin Valley’s wine country. Take a tour of this charming ‘burg, and explore these urban wineries and estate vineyards.
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Start your Beaverton Wine Trail with a late breakfast or brunch at Cafe Murrayhill. Situated on a pond, the cafe crafts a robust menu with items prepared with local ingredients. (Open daily)
First stop is Cooper Mountain Vineyards, which is housed atop Cooper Mountain in southwestern Beaverton. Sample this wineries’ biodynamically farmed organic wines, including Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Chardonnay. (Open daily)
Next, visit Hamacher Wines at Ponzi Historic Estate and sample wines from both Hamacher and from pioneering winery Ponzi Vineyards. Hamacher’s winery and tasting room are housed in Ponzi Vineyards’ original location, which overlooks some of Ponzi’s oldest vines. (Open Wednesday-Sunday)
Nestled in the eastern edge of Tualatin Valley, Beaverton is surrounded by farmlands and natural resources and boasts 30 miles of hiking trails and a 25-mile network of bike paths.
The unincorporated city of Aloha (pronounced a-low-uh), and its next-door neighbor Beaverton, make for great bedfellows for a Tualatin Valley weekend.
The star of Oregon’s wine country, Pinot Noir can be found at most wineries in Oregon’s Tualatin Valley. Pair your next bottle of Pinot Noir with one of Tualatin Valley’s specialties, handcrafted pizza.
Whether you want to pack your own picnic basket full of local treats or have someone else do the cooking, Oregon’s Tualatin Valley has the perfect picnic spots for your next weekend adventure.
Whether you’re driving to Oregon’s Tualatin Valley for a day trip or you plan to stay a week, these road trip tips will help make your trip a memorable one for you and your passengers.