Wine Holiday in Oregon

Tasting
Wine
Activity
Meet The Maker, Tour
Included
Hotel, Pick up, Tour guide
Languages
English
Theme
Countryside, Nature, Cultural
Minimum Drinking Age
21
$
2,750
/ Person
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Activity Overview
Oregon: the Home to All Kinds of Wine
Awesome wine experience is encountered by both professionals and less skilled personnel in all places within the region. Pinot Noir is among the well-known wines of all times because of its unique taste. Even the number 1 hotel Spa (Allison inn and spa) in the U.S as per travel & leisure magazine acknowledges this fact. Adelhem vineyard is among the pioneers of the Oregon wine industry where there is a winemaking facility. You can have a comprehensive overview here. All the machines and resources required can be accessed and verified by interested personnel. History of winemaking is all documented in the Willamette Valley. This dates back to ancient time and explanations of how wine came to be are detailed here. Another Willamette Valley pioneer with regards to the wine industry is the Sokol Blosser.

Domaine Serene is famous for exceptional wines, which are made in an italaianesque winery high top the red hills. The technique used is not quite understandable to many, but the products meet the customer’s needs. Newly released Black Brutt is available at Argyle winery for sampling. Taste and quality are compared here with the standard unit, and any differences can be noted. Stoller family estate is a firm where gravity methods, efficient heating, and cooling are adopted to synthesize top-notch wines with less environmental impact. The process might seem costly, but the result has a positive effect towards health and the environment. King estate winery was dedicated to blending Oregon wines with locally crafted ingredients many of which are grown in the estate. A tour of the properties is guaranteed to enable people to view the wine ingredients.

Schmidt Family Vineyards located in Applegate Valley are known for quality Merlot, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon. The wines have a great taste all of which satisfy customer needs and expectations. Troon Vineyard is known for unique blends, varietals (Vermentino and Tannat) and amazing Zinfandels. Since the 1850s, Valley view winery leaves you with great memories of Oregon and her wine products. Oregon wine has been known for quality taste and is a great investment.

Day 1 | Arrive in Portland and indulge in an urban, artisan wine experience at Enso Winery.

Day 2 | Wine tasting and tour at ponzi Winery. Set atop a panoramic slope, the state-of-the-art winery and modern tasting room are surrounded by the majestic Avellana Vineyard. Visit David Hill Winery, home to the Willamette Valley’s oldest Pinot Noir Vines.

Day 3 | Begin your day at Adelsheim Vineyard, one of the pioneers of the Oregon wine industry. Enjoy a comprehensive overview of the winemaking facility and a discussion of the history of winemaking in the Willamette Valley. Enjoy a walk through the vineyards and a tour of the LEED-certified barrel cellar at another Willamette Valley wine pioneer, Sokol Blosser. Stop at red Hills Market for a picnic lunch and bocce ball, then experience the “Taste of the Past” tour at Domaine Serene, where unparalleled wines are made in an Italianesque winery high atop the Red Hills.

Overnight in the Dundee hills at the Black Walnut inn and Vineyard, a luxurious inn with sweeping views of vines, a hazelnut orchard and Mt. Hood.

Day 4 Sample a selection of wines
– including the newly released Black Brut sparkling wine at argyle Winery. Visit Stoller Family Estate, where gravity-flow winemaking techniques, energy-efficient heating and cooling, and waste-water reclamation are used to produce world-class wines with minimal environmental impact. Enjoy lunch, tasting and a tour at King Estate Winery, dedicated to pairing Oregon wines with locally crafted ingredients, many of which are grown in the Estate’s 30-acres of organic gardens and orchards. Overnight in the heart of downtown Eugene at the elegant inn at the 5th.

Day 5 | Head to Southern Oregon and enjoy a private tasting of Mediterranean varietals in the Bacchus Room and the Library Wine Cellar at abacela Winery. Visit Schmidt Family Vineyards, located in the beautiful Applegate Valley and known for quality Merlot, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon. The Wild and Scenic Rogue River that flows through Grants Pass offers amazing boating experiences. Enjoy dinner and a cruise on the river with Hellgate Jetboat Excursions.
Overnight at the historic Weasku inn near Grants Pass.

Day 6 | Visit troon Vineyard and try their signature Zinfandels, unique blends and varietals such as Vermentino and Tannat.

The last winery you’ll visit while in Oregon was the first one here. Dating back to the 1850s, Valley View Winery is certain to leave you with great memories of Oregon and our wine. Overnight Medford

Day 7 | Today visit Crater lake national park. No place on earth combines a 592 meter deep crystal blue lake, 609 meter cliffs and a violent volcanic past. It is the deepest lake in the United States and the 7th deepest in the world. Farewell dinner and overnight at Crater Lake Lodge. Originally opened in 1915, the historic lodge offers an atmosphere reminiscent of the earlier era and immerses visitors in rustic charm with spectacular views of the lake.

Day 8 | Travel back to Portland or San Francisco, CA (supplemental cost from San Francisco, CA)
 
Practical information
Duration: 6 night; 7 days
 
Included
  • Transportation
  • Tour guide
  • Accommodation
Not Included
  • Lunch
Rates
Per
Price
Person
$
2,750
Timing
Dates
Daily
Duration
7 Days
More Info
Cancellation Policy
Non-Refundable
  • Cancellations made at a later date will not be refunded.
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