Can You Moonlight as a Winemaker?

While holding down a day job at World Foods, Tyler Magyar vinified 20,000 pounds of grapes last year.

08/02/2022 By Matthew Trueherz


10 Unmissable Portland Urban Wineries and Tasting Rooms

From garage chic to airy warehouses, Nordic notes to wacky earth-mother vibes, here are our favorites.

09/09/2021 Edited by Fiona McCann With Gabriel Granillo, Katherine Chew Hamilton, Marty Patail, Conner Reed, Margaret Seiler, and Julia Silverman

Breaking News

Say Hello to NE Alberta's Brand New Wine Patio, Le Clos

Underground wine bar Les Caves reopens Thursday, with a brand new sister patio bar in tow.

08/10/2021 By Katherine Chew Hamilton

Wine Country 2020

These Wine Trips Are Perfect for Fall

Replace those canceled airline flights with wine flights just a short drive from Portland, or even right in town.

10/05/2020 By Jordan Michelman and Margaret Seiler

Vine of the Times

How a Fresh Crop of Winemakers Is Upending Oregon Tradition

From white cab francs to fruity gamays, pinot noir is no longer the only grape in town.

09/13/2017 By Chad Walsh


PDX Urban Winemakers to Launch Alter Ego Cider Company

Anne Hubatch of Helioterra Wines, Whoa Nelly Wines, and Guild Winemakers will team up with Nate and Kris Wall to produce small-batch ciders at Coopers Hall.

06/16/2014 By Allison Jones


10 Reasons to Love Urban Wineries

Our readers pitch in with compelling arguments for the necessity of vibrant in-city winemakers to Oregon's wine industry.

06/13/2014 By Allison Jones


Win Tickets to the PDX Urban Wine Experience

Want to taste your way through Portland’s top urban wine producers? We’re giving away a four-pack of tickets to the action.

05/29/2014 By Peter Holmstrom


Wine on Tap at Coopers Hall

An early look at Chefstable’s gargantuan new urban winery: stay for the drinks, skip the food (for now).

05/28/2014 By Benjamin Tepler


Bottling Day at Southeast Wine Collective

Member wineries at SE Division's bustling urban vino hub gather to get dirty, celebrate spring, and raise a glass to the 2013 vintage.

04/02/2014 By Danielle Klenak


Meet Portland's Top Urban Winemakers

Oregon's new wine country looks a little different: gritty industrial spaces, uncommon grape varieties, and not a vine in sight. Best of all? It's right down the street.

10/01/2013 By Cole Danehower


Urban Winery Harvest Events

Portland's urban wineries open their doors—and a few bottles—for the 2013 harvest season

09/24/2013 By Roxanne Davis


An Interactive Guide to Portland's Urban Wineries

Oregon’s new wine country looks a little different: gritty industrial spaces, uncommon grape varieties, and not a vine in sight. Best of all? It’s right down the street. Here's where to find them all.

09/13/2013 Illustrations by Julie Reposa By Cole Danehower


Trophy Case: August's Best Local Stuff

August's best handmade stuff, from photos of women on hogs to picnic-ready sangria in a bag



A Bag of 'Portland Sangria' for Summer Parties

ENSO urban winery simplifies sangria with a two-bottle bag that's ready for picnics, camping, or backyard barbecue.

06/14/2013 By Allison Jones


New Willamette Valley Tasting Rooms and Events

Oregon's buzziest wine news, fresh off the press

05/16/2013 By Allison Jones


Introducing: Cyril's at Clay Pigeon Winery

A new urban winery and bistro curates an artisan cheese selection as diverse as its bottle list.

05/01/2013 By Benjamin Tepler


Pick Up a Passport to PDX Urban Wine

The rapidly-expanding Portland urban winery scene just got a bit easier to manage, thanks to a $20 passport delivering free tastings and tour notes to local wine lovers.

03/07/2013 By Allison Jones


Cyril’s Community Supported Cheese

The new urban winery offers a cheese-of-the-month club of the people, by the people.

02/06/2013 By Benjamin Tepler


Cyril’s at Clay Pigeon Winery

A new urban winery offers tightly curated wine and cheese—and some food for thought.

12/19/2012 By Benjamin Tepler