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“Amazing wine and views”
Review of Willamette Valley

Willamette Valley
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Small Group Willamette Valley Wine and Waterfalls...
Ranked #4 of 480 things to do in Portland
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Owner description: Best known for its diverse agriculture, this verdant valley is flanked by the Coast Range and the Cascades.
Reviewed 3 January 2018

We spent the day on a wine tour and explored the valley. Gorgeous views and landscape along with friendly people and great food.

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Reviewed 27 December 2017

See it! Taste it! Drive it! Stroll it! Experience it!
There are wineries ALL OVER the valley! Some require appointments and some you can visit on a whim.
Just GO!

1  Thank Valerie S
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Reviewed 24 December 2017

I lived in the heart of the Willamette Valley for 11 years and have returned several times to visit. It's a beautiful part of Oregon to work, play or just visit and enjoy all it has to offer. There's plenty for the outdoor enthusiast such as boating, fishing, hiking, biking. Also, don't forget to visit the many wineries which continue to pop up throughout the valley. If you're there during the summer you may want to visit some of the crop farms where a variety of vegetables, fruits and berries are grown. Visiting the foothills will take you to Silver Falls State Park, where you'll be surrounded by tall fir and pine trees. You can follow the various trails throughout the park leading to its many beautiful water falls. Be certain to visit the beautiful Iris gardens between Silverton and Salem, as well as the gorgeous flower gardens around Mt. Angel and Woodburn. While in Salem, stop and visit the beautiful State capitol with the statue of a bronze man on top. Yes, the Willamette Valley and surrounding areas will take a few days for you to enjoy and partake of it's natural beauty and all it has to offer.

1  Thank TexieTucson-Az
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Reviewed 8 December 2017

The wineries in the Willamette Valey are starting to rival the Napa wineries for certain varietals. We are major Pinot Noir fans so right up our alley. Bergström was outstanding, with a few different Pinots to choose from. A bit on the pricey side, but worth it. We are also big fans of Domaine Drouhin, having drank their wines in Oregon but also having enjoyed the family's wine in the South of France a few years ago. Willamette is lots of fun.

Thank howardfields2017
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Reviewed 5 December 2017

Eugene in the south part of the valley has a great French Resturant and interesting farm stores to visit. Next stop is Corvallis with a charming downtown with lots of shops and resturants. The countryside is rolling hills with one winery after another to visit. I'd skip Salem and take the old 99W through smaller towns and head toward McMinnville and Newberg. Both little towns are very walkable.

Thank zentraveler007
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