From Portland: Oregon Wine Country Explorer (4-day)

On this journey to Oregon Wine Country, you’ll experience the vibrant cultural hub of Portland and the beautiful wine country of the Willamette Valley. You’ll have the opportunity to explore multiple American Viticultural Area (AVA’s) and soak in the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest. We are excited to have you join a group or create custom itineraries for your group of four or more. Our professional guides will work with you to curate your wine country tour that fits your desires. You will have the opportunities to taste the famous pinots, chardonnays, rieslings, and other varieties that are well-known throughout the region.

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2019 Tour Dates:

Sunday - Wednesday: $1,399.00 per person (double occupancy). Single travelers (one room) $1,999.00

Thursday - Sunday: $1,799.00 per person (double occupancy). Single travelers (one room) $2,599.00

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Day 1: Portland, OR

Arrive in Portland. After checking into your downtown hotel, the Rose City is yours to enjoy. With its parks, museums, riverfront trails and abundant urban wine and beer scene, you will have no shortage of activities. For dinner in this foodie mecca, it’s anything from food carts to fine dining. Your guide will be available today to discuss your wine-touring options. Overnight.

Included: 1 Tasting, Lunch

Day 2: Portland to Willamette Valley

After breakfast at the hotel, meet your driver-guide as we explore the Willamette Valley. The Willamette Valley American Viticulture Area (AVA) is 100 miles long with over 500 wineries, seven sub-AVA’s and 20,000 acres or vineyards. The Chehalem Mountains, Yamhill, Carlton, and the Dundee Hills are some of the premier AVA’s you’ll explore on the way to McMinnville. We’ll bring a picnic lunch as many of the wineries offer patios to enjoy the vistas as well as wine. The charming small town of McMinnville in the heart of wine country will delight you with its fantastic restaurants, tasting rooms, galleries, and the occasional UFO sightings. Overnight. (B, L)

Day 3: Willamette Valley

After a leisurely morning in town, the Eola & Amity Hills, Mcminnville, and the Van Duzer corridor are the AVA’s that we will explore. We’ll provide lunch and some snacks as we taste our way along the Oregon Wine trail. The Willamette Valley was “Eden” for early pioneers traveling the Oregon Trail, and during your explorations, you’ll be struck by the lushness of the landscape. As early as 1979, pioneers of the Oregon Wine industry were proving that these new world wines could compete with the best Burgundy, and the rest of the world could offer. Enjoy another evening in McMinnville. Overnight. (B, L)

Day 4: Willamette Valley to Portland 

This morning we travel back to Portland (by 10:00 am) for your day on your own, a return flight home, or for your Seattle cruise connections. Depending on your travel arrangements, Portland is ripe for explorations and tax-free shopping Portland. (B)

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