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Best known for its diverse agriculture, this verdant valley is flanked by the Coast Range and the Cascades.
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Reviewed 5 days ago

The first thing you need to learn when visiting the Willamette Valley is how to pronounce the name. Oh, don't worry locals are happy to help you learn how to properly pronounce the name ;-) I cannot say enough about the Willamette Valley. I have...More

Thank Phuntraveler
Reviewed 5 days ago

If you're a wine lover at all, this is a must. The countryside is gorgeous (worth a drive even if you don't partake) and the wines live up to their high reputation. I would recommend not trying to squeeze in too many vineyards in one...More

Thank Lynnell N
Reviewed 5 days ago

We visited four wineries in one day! Wines are very good to great! We highly recommend Four Graces as the top choice!

1  Thank JEREMY_and_LISA
Reviewed 1 week ago

We spent a wonderful day touring vineyards with a knowledgeable tour guide. The vineyards were spectacular, and the hosts were friendly. The wine, of course, was marvelous. I would recommend scheduling a tour for early in the work week. We had the vineyards to ourselves.

Thank Howard V
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Lovely drive through this wine country, with beautiful scenery and plentiful wineries. The wineries themselves are well-appointed, with plenty of that world-renowned Pinot Noir to taste!

Thank om2om2
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

There was a time when Napa Valley and Sonoma weren't so heavily traveled, and I can only imagine they were similar to the Willamette Valley now. There are some commercial wineries, but many of these are still small, family owned wineries that are just so...More

Thank DallasLonghorn
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Has become popular with tourism and wineries but still beautiful contryside with charming small towns. Spend time now before it, too, is overrun with development like so much of the I-5 corridor

Thank jishenker
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

One of the most beautiful places in the world. Try to go some of the amazing wineries that are plentiful in the area!

Thank ISammyD
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The Willamette Valley is filled with farm land, communities, waterfalls in the foothills, and wine country. Among the crops grown in the region are the noteworthy local berries such as Marionberries, Oregon strawberries, Boysenberries, Raspberries, Blueberries, and wine grapes. Woodburn was once known as the...More

1  Thank mistyschulz
Reviewed July 12, 2018

We went to Four Graces and Aldensheim wineries. Very fun on a beautiful day. None of the grey or rain of the coast. Highly recommend an outing.

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donnawarrenm
March 12, 2018|
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Response from bouncebackmom | Reviewed this property |
Use Portland as a base. I loved my hotel ( River’s Edge Hotel and Spa) because I was able to enjoy my down time or go into the downtown. The sauna and steam room were great after walking and exploring.
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SE37
January 26, 2018|
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Response from boz61949 | Reviewed this property |
You may suffer slight delays on the coast to McMinnville piece of your trip, but probably nothing more than a slight irritant. You'll remain primarily west of the congested areas (Dundee)
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cgrob78
September 14, 2017|
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Response from Kat P | Reviewed this property |
Drive straight through and go to the Wine Country in Yamhill County. It's just south of Portland and we have some of the best wine in the country. It is ansolutly stunning scenery too!
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