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Unwind at a Wine Farm in the Willamette Valley

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Presented by Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory April 12, 2023

Twill Cellars in West Linn provides the perfect backdrop for a wine tasting with friends.

The farms and vineyards in the Willamette Valley region of Mt. Hood Territory provide an escape from other wine regions’ crowds and create a more intimate experience. These tasting rooms are often staffed by one of the owners or the winemaker — and in most cases, they are one and the same.

On-farm wineries allow guests to enjoy the peacefulness of the fields and the chance to see where the grapes are grown and harvested. They also provide visitors an opportunity to chat with the winemakers and hear firsthand how their passion became their career.

Guests meet the winemaker at King’s Raven Winery in Oregon City.

Located in the north Willamette Valley, Hanson Vineyards is a four-generation family farm. They grow nine grape varieties at their vineyard and focus on a hands-on style, believing the grape grower’s role is as vital as the winemaker’s. Wooden Shoe Vineyards is a five-minute drive down the road at Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm. Their rustic tasting room is the perfect place to sample wines while soaking in views of the tulip farm, gardens, and vineyards.

Campbell Lane Winery might be one of West Linn’s newest wineries, but it is also home to some of Oregon’s oldest pinot gris vines. Planted in the 1980s, the vineyard — at that time — had the largest pinot gris planting in the U.S. at 2.65 acres. They now have 21 acres, and their tasting room features great views of Mt. Hood.

Campbell Lane Winery in West Linn is home to some of Oregon’s oldest pinot gris vines.

On Parrett Mountain in Wilsonville sits the family-owned Terra Vina Wines. Enjoy their “La Famiglia” label featuring all estate-grown fruit while taking in beautiful views of Mt. Hood over the vineyard. At Oswego Hills Vineyard and Winery, the farm history dates back to the 1850s. Fun fact: During the 1940s, the farm was a world-class equestrian center that hosted Roy Roger’s horses Trigger and Buttercup while on Pacific Northwest trips. The tasting room features old photos that celebrate the farm’s past.

The tasting room at Tumwater Vineyard in West Linn features incredible outdoor seating, including a stocked trout pond which sits among rows of grapes.


This is your invitation to reconnect with nature over a glass of wine.

Mt. Hood Territory Wine Trail

The perfect way to experience this wine region is with the new Mt. Hood Territory Wine Trail. This free mobile passport guides you through The Territory’s boutique, family-owned wineries.

An in-pass map makes it easy to find a winery near your location. Check-in at each location to earn fantastic prizes, plus discover exclusive discounts, all while supporting our local winemakers.


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