Memorial weekend is Oregon's most popular wine tasting weekend of the year.
This is the start of tasting season, where you’ll get to try newly released wines, as well as enjoy festivities like vineyard picnics, live music, tasty food pairings and local art.
With this in mind, make sure to plan ahead. Wine festivities are abundant and so are the crowds. This is a perfect opportunity to hop-on NW Wine Shuttle and let us do the driving. We drop you right at the front door of each winery, and we come back by every 30 minutes. This means you can have a worry-free day of wine tasting and enjoy the excitement at your own pace.
Make A Plan For Memorial Weekend
1) Check out the festivities on our route below👇 and book a spot on the shuttle - seats are selling fast! Check availability for the different pickup points here.
2) Alternatively, you can find events not in route using the Official Memorial Weekend Guide to learn more about participating wineries, maps, etc. and go wine tasting.
Festivities in our route
Evening Land $25
Evening Land Vineyards at Seven Springs Vineyard is partnering with Bethel Heights Vineyard, Cristom Vineyards, Failla Wines, Lingua Franca, and Walter Scott to put together an Eola-Amity Block Party. This event costs $25 per person at each of these wineries and offers some fantastic wines and wine-friendly bites at each of the locations listed.
Le Cadeau $20
Le Cadeau Vineyard is providing some incredibly tasty volcanic rock-grow Pinot. This is their 16th vintage of critically acclaimed small-production wine — the 2017 — and it’s finally ready. They’ll be offering a vertical of the whole-cluster Troject Reserve, Aubichon Chardonnay, and Vin Rose de Pinot Gris. They’ll also have Library and Large Formats available as well.
Domaine de Broglie $25
Domaine de Broglie is celebrating its first Memorial Day Weekend with a taste of four Pinot Noir wines coming from their inaugural vintage. You’ll be sipping wines in their newly-renovated tasting room, boasting expansive views of the valley, along with an eclectic selection of vinyl playing on their phonograph.
Stoller Family Estate invites wine lovers to come to taste their newly released wines. This includes their Pinot Noir Rose, of course. You’ll also find live music and Adirondack chairs to relax with. The optional BBQ lunch and Frose available for your enjoyment will also make this event beyond amazing. You’ll even get to take home your logo glass following the tasting.
Day Wines $20
Day Wines at Day Camp is hosting a Memorial Weekend tasting too. The tasting fee is $20, and this event will have plenty of excellent wine flowing. The wines they’re offering are nothing short of flavorful, offering an impressive variety of natural wines to those in attendance. From their cutting-edge varieties to unique styles you’ll find yourself talking about at future events, Day Wines seemingly has it all.
Archery Summit $30
Archery Summit is embracing the legacy of the longstanding tradition of Memorial Weekend in Wine Country with self-guided cave tours, a tasting of select wines, and late spring cheer. The estate will be abloom, a gorgeous preface to the coming summer.