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State: Oregon
Location: Northern Willamette Valley

Plan Your Trip to: Wineries in the Northers area of the Willamette Valley AVA

Willamette Valley in Oregon has more than 200 wineries. In this area, Pinot Noir is the premier varietal grape grown. Frequently when visiting wineries you will hear people mention the Sideways movie. A great experience can be had by visiting a variety of wineries both large and boutique. If you are in Portland, wineries are within 45 minutes to two-hours.

Day 1

First Stop:
Travel to Ponzi Vineyards (A)
14665 SW Winery Lane, Beaverton, Oregon 97007
Wine Trail Traveler article

Second Stop:
Travel to Cooper Mountain Vineyards (B)
9480 SW Grabhorn Rd, Beaverton, Oregon 97007
Wine Trail Traveler article

Third Stop:
Travel to David Hill Winery (C)
46350 NW David Hill Road,  Forest Grove, Oregon 97116

Fourth Stop: Evening Lodging Options

Option A: Spend the evening at the McMenamins Grand Lodge (D)
3505 Pacific Ave., Forest Grove, Oregon 97116
503-992-9533, 877-992-9533


Spend the evening at the Forest Grove Inn (E)
4433 Pacific Ave, Forest Grove Oregon 97116
503-357-9700, 800-240-6504

Day 2

First Stop:
Travel to Montinore Estate (F)
3663 SW Dilley Road, Forest Grove, Oregon 97116
503-359-5012, 888-359-5012
Wine Trail Traveler article.

Second Stop:
Travel to Elk Cove Vineyard (G)
27751 NW Olson Road, Gaston, Oregon 97119
503-985-7760, 877-355-2683

Third Stop:
Travel to Kramer Vineyards (H)
26830 NW Olson Road, Gaston Oregon 97119
Kramer Vineyards website
Wine Trail Traveler article and more information

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