City Wine Trails
Explore the cities of Tualatin Valley by heading out on self-guided wine tours, which showcase the agricultural bounty of the rich Willamette Valley. These wineries are short drives from many of the Tualatin Valley’s cities, these wine trails are a great escape from the city and provide a relaxing rural getaway in just minutes.
The city of Beaverton is the gateway to Tualatin Valley’s wine country. Take a tour of this charming ‘burg, and explore these urban wineries and estate vineyards.
The city of Hillsboro is the high-tech center of the Tualatin Valley, and its proximity to rural wine country makes this an exceptional destination to explore.
Located in western Tualatin Valley, Forest Grove offers several estate wineries, including some of the oldest vines in the Willamette Valley.
Located in the southern edge of the Tualatin Valley, Sherwood has several estate wineries, each producing a variety of red and wine wines.
Located in the southwestern portion of the Tualatin Valley, the Gaston wine trail showcases several wineries, each with its own distinct winemaking style.
Wedged between Hillsboro and Forest Grove, Cornelius is rich in wine. Tour Cornelius’ wineries along this wine trail, which also incorporates some agricultural farm stops, as well.