The fall harvest frenzy and excitement has begun in Oregon Wine Country. Talented winemakers of the Willamette Valley work tirelessly to harvest and ferment the grapes at peak ripeness. While the hard labor of these exhausting days keep the vineyards busy, they still make time for visitors. Some wineries offer behind the scenes tours where guests learn more about the fall harvest process. Once all the careful planning is done and the new wine is safely in its barrels, the parties begin. Wineries host elaborate harvest dinners, special reserve tasting events, and even a spectacular bike tour through the beautiful autumn colors of the valley. Join the celebration and creation of the new vintages. Stay at one of the over 20 member Inns of Bed and Breakfasts of Yamhill County. Find your perfect accommodations and location within a premier wine destination and maker of the world’s finest Pinot Noir.
When visiting the scenic wineries of Yamhill County in Oregon’s Willamette Valley, beautiful views, excellent wines and welcoming tasting rooms are all expected. However, some wineries offer up pretty unique wine tasting experiences to pair with a glass of Oregon wine. Throughout the year wineries host special dinners and concerts, while their event calendars also include some more unusual activities from painting classes and yoga to stargazing and blind tastings. Expand your wine tasting experiences with something new when touring Oregon Wine Country this summer or fall.
Like a flight of wonderful wines, the Bed and Breakfasts of Yamhill County offer visitors a choice of outstanding accommodations. Our 20 member inns have a wide range of amenities to suit your personal needs and preferences. Find the perfect accommodation for an unforgettable getaway to Oregon’s premier wine destination.
The 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.