From Portland, head south on 99W and you’ll be transported to one of the best wine regions in the world. Oregon is well known for its pinot noir vineyards. The secret is in the dirt. The reason why the wine is so due to the climate combined with rich volcanic soil. Come see why Oregon wines are considered to be among the best in the world.

Oregon’s Wine country mostly extends through the hills of Willamette valley (map) into the towns of Newberg, Dundee, McMinnville, Yamhill, Carlton, Gaston and Forest Grove.

Fun Facts:
There were 1,930,763 cases of Oregon wines sold in 2010.
There are 419 vineyards in Oregon.
Dundee has 3,162 residents and 29 vineyards.