Come Experience Cellar Season At Oregon Bed And Breakfasts

Come Experience Cellar Season at Oregon Bed and Breakfasts

Cellar Season at Oregon Bed and BreakfastThe quiet Cellar Season has begun in the mist covered Willamette Valley. Young wines from the Fall harvest rest in their barrels, while they undergo their transformation into what will be the new exciting vintages enjoyed throughout the coming year. Cellar season also happens to be the perfect time to explore Oregon’s top tasting rooms, without the hassle of summer’s big crowds. It’s this time of year when the talented winemakers can linger over flights with guests, enjoying the fruits of their hard labor. These cooler days are also the coziest time to visit the warm and welcoming Yamhill County wineries, which offer a welcome respite from the drizzly cold weather outside. After sampling excellent Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris or Riesling wines, return to a tranquil Oregon Bed and Breakfast. Oregon Wine Inns has over 20 member Inns, all located in wine country. Browse the Bed and Breakfasts by location or the amenities needed for your ideal wine tasting getaway, choose your favorite, then book your getaway to Oregon’s Wine Country today.

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The Most Romantic Wine Tasting Experiences in Yamhill County

Romantic foggy day in Dundee vineyardImagine beginning 2019 with a romantic getaway to the lush Willamette Valley of Oregon. Spend your days touring and tasting the bounty of the Yamhill County vineyards. Sip award winning Pinot Noir, all the while enjoying views of the stunning countryside, peaceful valleys, distant mountains, and shimmering lakes. In addition to superb wine, visitors have an excellent choice of romantic restaurants in which to dine, and quaint towns to explore. When it’s time to put your feet up for the evening, return to the serene settings offered at our Bed and Breakfasts. The Bed and Breakfasts of Yamhill County have over 20 inns to choose from, all with their own unique character. Find your perfect getaway, and plan a romantic escape to Oregon’s beautiful wine country today.

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