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State: Oregon
Location: Dundee

Plan Your Trip to: Wineries in Dundee Oregon

Willamette Valley is Oregon’s largest AVA. The valley is 100 miles long and 60 miles wide with numerous wineries. Visitors have many opportunities to find lodging in the valley. Plan to visit two or three wineries, partake in a leisurely dinner and spend the night. In the morning before you leave for another day of wine tasting, have a good breakfast.

Dundee Vineyards

Dundee, Oregon Trip Itinery

Day 1

First Stop:
Travel to Sokol Blosser Winery (A)
5000 NE Sokol Blosser Lane, Dayton, Oregon 97114
503-864-2282
Wine Trail Traveler article.

Second Stop:
Travel to Argyle Winery (B)
691 Highway 99W, Dundee, Oregon 97115
503-538-8520
Wine Trail Traveler article.

Third Stop:
Travel to Ponzi Wine Bar (C)
100 SW Seventh Street, Dundee, Oregon 97115
503-554-1500
Note: The Ponzi Wine Bar is across the street from Argyle Winery

Food Stop: The Dundee Bistro (C)
100-A SW Seventh Street, Dundee, Oregon 97115
503-554-1650
Note: The Dundee Bistro is attached to the Ponzi Wine Bar


For the evening, choose between Option 1 and Option 2.

Evening option 1:
Spend the evening at the Black Walnut Inn (D)
9600 NE Worden Hill Road, Dundee, Oregon 97115
866-429-4114

Evening option 2:
Spend the evening at Dundee Manor (E)
8380 NE worden Hill Rd., Dundee, Oregon 97115
503-554-1945

Day 2

First Stop:
Travel to Erath Winery (F)
9409 NE Worden Hill Road, Dundee, Oregon 97115
503-538-3318
Wine Trail Traveler article.

Second Stop:
Travel to The Four Graces (G)
9605 NE Fox Farm Road, Dundee, Oregon 97115
800-24-.2950
Wine Trail Traveler article.

Third Stop:
Travel to Duck Pond Cellars (H)
23145 Hwy 99W, Dundee, Oregon 97115
Phone: 503-538-3199
Wine Trail Traveler article.


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