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Adventure Center/Visitor Information: 3312 Gateway St · Springfield OR (Open daily 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.)
Downtown Eugene Visitor Center: 754 Olive St · Eugene OR (Open Monday-Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.)
Mailing Address: PO Box 10286 · Eugene OR 97440 s

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Wineries & Tasting Rooms


Often ranked as a top wine destination, the South Willamette Valley is crisscrossed with scenic wine trails. Enjoy a leisurely afternoon tasting wine along Territorial Highway. Or immerse yourself in the wine country experience and stay in a bed and breakfast, small hotel or vacation rental near the vineyards. Taste award-winning wines in tasting rooms overlooking the vineyards just 30 minutes from downtown Eugene. At urban wine bars, pair farm-to-fork food with a local Pinot Noir wine flight or delve into great international selections.

The South Willamette Wineries Association coordinates many popular wine tasting events over longer holiday weekends. Along with charcuterie plates and pizza ovens, food trucks are often included in wine country dining options.

Wine Tasting During COVID-19: What you need to know

Call ahead to every winery. Some may be closed or hours may have changed. If they are closed you can still order wine for delivery or pick up. Those that are open may require advance reservations or have limited seating. Some may only be selling bottles with curbside pick up or delivery. Others may be offering wine by the glass, but please note: it is unlikely that flights or tastes will be poured. This means that you will be trying fewer wines on your tour, since each "taste" will be a glass. You may even choose to stick to only one or two wineries for the afternoon.

The physical tasting rooms will likely be closed and/or require masks. Instead enjoy tables on the patios—which, with the weather and views, is just lovely!  Depending on the winery, masks may be required throughout the property as well, except when at your table. Tables may have time limits in order to serve more customers and facilitate sales for the winery and servers that are already struggling under reduced capacity. Tours will not be offered. Food service may be limited or vary from winery to winery, so do bring your own provisions just in case. You may also wish to bring your own glassware or wine tumblers as some wineries are using disposable plastic cups. Restrooms will likely be outside portables with hand washing stations.

Please be kind and respectful to your wine hosts and the staff that is working hard to stay open and serve you, while abiding by state regulations.


South Willamette Wineries Association

  • Eugene OR 97402
  • P: 541.556.4480


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Oregon wine is renowned for its Pinot Noir. Year-round South Willamette Valley tasting rooms host intimate tasting experiences, where the winemakers are often the ones pouring. From Memorial Day to Thanksgiving, Oregon Wine Country is a vibrant, engaging scene. Partake in popular wine events including barrel tastings, live concerts, winemakers' tours, grape harvests and grape crushes.


Most of the wineries offer wine clubs - a great way to fill your cellar. Or pick up a bottle or two from a local wine shop or the Adventure Center. Fly home on Alaska Airlines from the Eugene Airport and check one case of wine from participating wineries for free!

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Please consume responsibly. Designate a driver, call a cab or use public transportation.