- Organized by Wine Region, City or Town
- Key to ratings. The first bracketed letter refers to environment and overall winery experience; the second bracketed letter refers to overall wine quality.
- Having a winemaker/owner onsite, a view, a comfortable, interesting tasting room, and knowledgeable staff all figure in the rating for overall experience. Does not include tours.
- Intensity, complexity, balance, structure, and originality are the criteria for wine quality.
- TRO refers to tasting room only–no winery or vineyard onsite.
- Date refers to date of last visit
Argyle Outstanding sparkling wine [B][A]
Ayres By appointment, winemaker/owner often available [A] [A]
Bergstrom top shelf wines [B][A]
Bethel Heights [A][B]
Bryn Mawr Small production, winemaker/owner usually onsite [A][B]
Domain Drouhin [A][B]
Eyrie Historic winery, Downtown McMinnville [B][B]
Penner Ash Great view, excellent wines [A][A]
Seufert a storefront in Dayton, small production, original wines [C][A]
Sokol Blosser [B][B]
Trisaetum Art on the walls and in the glass [A][A]