A Slow and Safe Return to Oregon Wine Country
Tasting rooms around Oregon have reopened for onsite visitation. The state of Oregon has put into action a carefully phased plan to protect public health and Oregon’s wine industry has adopted a detailed set of requirements and guidelines to ensure staff and visitors have a safe and enjoyable experience in Oregon wine country. When you’re ready, join us. Read more.
Visit Open Tasting Rooms
When you’re ready to visit again, join us in Oregon wine country.
Tasting rooms in most Oregon counties have begun to reopen for onsite visitation. Oregon’s wine industry has adopted a detailed set of guidelines to ensure tasting room visitors and winery staff have a safe and enjoyable experience.
In light of the frequently changing situation it is recommended you call ahead or make appointments where possible. We look forward to raising a glass again with you soon.
Bring Oregon Inside
Usually, if you want to understand Oregon you’ve got to start outside. With 35,000 vineyard acres, 363 miles of public coast, defining mountain ranges, dormant volcanoes, high desert and more, Oregon happens best outside.
During this unusual time you can still experience Oregon wine at home. We’ve curated offers, resources and a little entertainment to help us stay connected.
Bring #oregoninside and let’s keep in touch while we’re temporarily apart.
Plan Your Oregon Trip
Discover the people, places and character of Oregon wine. Oregon’s fertile valleys, dramatic mountains and expansive shores have rewarded visitors since Lewis and Clark first descended the Columbia River in 1805. Oregon’s winemaking community is famous for its open arms and collaborative spirit. We still celebrate the sense of wonder and appreciation that has inspired so many to care for this land and we are eager to celebrate with you.
To help plan your trip, request a free copy of the Oregon Wine Touring Guide or view it online.