Oregon Wineries

  • 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

Willamette Valley

Adelsheim  [A][B]

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]

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