3 Excellent Reasons To Get An Oregon Wine Passport

3 Excellent Reasons to get an Oregon Wine Passport

Oregon Wine Passport to vineyard on country road on sunny dayAn Oregon Wine Passport membership means great savings and special offers from dozens of wineries in the Willamette Valley. The passport pays for itself even during a weekend getaway to Oregon Wine Country. Better yet, two members can share one passport, so come explore and save together. Each participating winery offers their own unique benefits to their Oregon Wine Passport members. Just show your membership card when you visit and use it as often as you like. You’ll sip many reasons to get an Oregon Wine Passport but these 3 top the list:

  1. Save while sampling wines – Most wine flights or tastings are free with your passport membership.
  2. Big savings when purchasing bottles or cases of wine – Save from 10% and even up to 20% when buying wine and some wineries offer members free shipping. 
  3. A great guide to exploring Willamette Valley wineries – Those new to Oregon Wine Country can use their passport as a place to start a wine tasting journey. While veterans might find new places. 

The Oregon Wine Passport will take you all over the beautiful Willamette Valley of Oregon and to many quaint towns and cities. With over 20 member inns, the Bed and Breakfasts of Yamhill County offers wonderful accommodations throughout the Willamette Valley. Find the perfect place by location or by special amenities to make your wine tasting vacation unforgettable.

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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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