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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 yesterday

We took our cousin's cabin cruiser down the Willamette River close to downtown Portland last month (August, 2018). It had been in the nineties until the day we decided to spend the day on the river, but it was in the low sixties (and felt...More

Thank michael472015
Reviewed 2 days ago

The Willamette Valley offers something for everyone. Hiking, biking, arts, waterfalls, shopping, micro-brews, restaurants and a beautiful view of snow capped mountains. The Willamette River is a Hallmark view as is the Columbia River.

Thank Shirley G
Reviewed 5 days ago

We were somewhat disappointed in the Willamette Valley experience. The towns were far from quaint, the views mostly below expectation, pours were tiny, expensive and rushed. Wines were just average. Lunch was far from memorable. Napa, Sonoma, Virginia, North Carolina were better.

1  Thank David B
Reviewed 5 days ago

The Willamette Valley has some of the most amazing views and the wineries are outstanding. The drive alone is worth a trip. you will not be dissappoimnted.

Thank J A
Reviewed 1 week ago

Much more laid back than the CA wine valley's, this is the place to find a hidden gem and drink some excellent wines. The scenery in the area makes the drive even better. The leaves were just turning colors slightly and the cool weather was...More

Thank fizzy1991
Reviewed 1 week ago

What do 12 Alaskan Ladies in Portland for a convention do with their Sunday before convention starts? Go on a self guided wine tour in the Willamette Valley of course. We rented a 15 passenger van and one of us who is not really a...More

Thank 907travelgirl
Reviewed 1 week ago

Every chance we get when we are in Portland we try to get to a few winery’s in the Valley. This time was no different. If you are a Pinot drinker there is no better place. We go to the Russian river area often also....More

1  Thank Richard I
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is our second escorted tour with Wildwood Adventures- and unlike most “sequels “ Not a disappointment! We did the Willamette Wine Country tour with our guide TJ at the helm. Group is kept small (10) and weather was once again perfect. The 3 wineries...More

Thank pdxrules
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We rented a car in downtown Portland so we could explore wine country. Notes--Police are serious about speed limits; Do not plan to wine taste at numerous wineries----we drove to many just for the views and only tasted at one, since we were drifving. The...More

Thank dbrown46
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The valley: full of filberts, cane berries, vineyards, and breweries to name just a few. Lived here much of my entire life and while the pollen really has begun to mess with me, I can't think of another location that is as beautiful in the...More

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donnawarrenm
12 March 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
26 January 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
14 September 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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