Oregon Wineries with Spectacular Views

You would have to try pretty hard to not have wonderful views at any Oregon estate winery – Oregon’s landscape is pretty hard to beat! Make sure to bring your camera along when you visit one of these beautiful wineries. You will not be disappointed!

Oregon wineries are known world-wide for their fabulous wines. There are few experiences as memorable as sitting outside, drinking some amazing wines, while overlooking the rolling verdant hills of Oregon’s wine country. They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so we’ll let you admire a taste of their views for now. Which will you visit?


Bluebird Hill Cellars

Small lot, handcrafted wines are available in their tasting room located between Eugene and Corvallis in the southern Willamette Valley. They also have a bed & breakfast!

25059 Larson Rd, Monroe website: http://www.bluebirdhillcellars.wine

Photo: Bluebird Hill Cellars


King Estate Winery

A family operated winery specializing in Pinots, the Estate is a certified biodynamic winery. They also run a gourmet restaurant on site using seasonal and organic ingredients whenever possible, many of which they grow themselves.

80854 Territorial Hwy, Eugene website: http://www.kingestate.com

Photo: Don Hankins on Flikr


Mt. Hood Winery

Just five minutes from the dynamic town of Hood River along the Columbia River, Mt. Hood Winery offers amazing views of Mt. Hood, Oregon’s iconic queen of the Cascade Mountain range for you to admire while you sip your wine.

2882 Van Horn Drive, Hood River website: http://www.mthoodwinery.com

Photo: Mt. Hood Winery


Sokol Blosser Winery

Overlooking the rolling hills of the northern Willamette Valley, the views are pretty wonderful. You can choose to have your wine tastings while seated at a table and linger for a more intimate experience. You can also choose to sit on the front porch and overlook the rolling hills and their iconic red farmhouse. Or you can choose to picnic at casual tables outside. Butcher’s board snacks available for purchase.

5000 NE Sokol Blosser Lane, Dayton website: http://www.sokolblosser.com

Photo:Sheila Sund on Flikr


FiveFourteen Vineyards

Located just north of Eugene, FiveFourteen Vineyards offers expansive views of the Coburg Hills. This southern Willamette Valley winery is LIVE certified supporting environmentally and socially responsible wine growing.

91470 Territorial Hwy, Junction City website: http://www.fivefourteenvineyards.com

Photo: Fivefourteen Vineyards


Iris Vineyards

Located southwest of Eugene in the southern Willamette Valley, Iris Vineyards has beautiful views from their back patio. Guests may bring their own picnic, or purchase items on site including charcuterie and fine cheese boards. They are also dog-friendly.

82110 Territorial Hwy, Eugene http://www.irisvineyards.com

Photo: Iris Vineyards


Garnier Vineyards

Set on the edges overlooking the Columbia River, Garnier Vineyards offers spectacular vistas on their historic Mayerdale estate. Once an orchard, the site now is home to rows bringing a different sort of delight to visitors.

8467 Hwy 30W, Mosier website: http://www.garniervineyards.com

Photo: Garnier Vineyards


Erath Winery

Overlooking the Jory Hills of Dundee in the northern Willamette Valley, Erath Winery specializes in pairing their wines with artisanal local cheeses as part of their “Art of Pinot Tasting Experience.”

9409 NE Worden Hill Rd, Dundee website: http://www.erath.com

Photo: Erath Winery


Lenne’ Estate

A small 20 acre vineyard located in the heart of Oregon’s Wine Country, Lenne’ Estate specializes in full bodied Pinot Noir. In addition to their tasting room, they also offer several “blind tasting” lunches throughout the year where you can learn while you enjoy.

18760 NE Laughlin Rd, Yamhill website:http:// www.lenneestate.com

Photo: Lenne Estate


Hawks View Winery

Located 3 miles east of Sherwood, or just 30 minutes from Portland, Hawks View Winery enjoys views overlooking the northern Willamette Valley and of Mt. Hood from their elegant tasting room. Artisan charcuterie boards are available or bring your own food to enjoy on the picnic lawn.

20210 SW Conzelmann Rd, Sherwood website: http://www.hawksviewwinery.com

Photo: Hawks View Cellars


Dana Campbell Vineyards

Set on the southern Rogue Valley wine region, Dana Campbell Vineyards offers views overlooking the surrounding hills of the artistic town of Ashland. Sit out on the patio, around the fire pit, or indoors while you enjoy their wines. A menu of little bites is available, or bring your own picnic to enjoy on the patio.

1320 N. Mountain Ave, Ashland website: http://www.danacampbellvineyards.com

Photo: Dana Campbell Vineyards


Youngberg Hill

With views overlooking the rolling Eola-Amity mountain range in the mid-Willamette Valley, Youngberg Hill sits in the heart of Oregon’s Willamette Valley wine region. Their views include Mt. Jefferson and Mt. Hood from their deck. They also have a beautiful Inn on site.

10660 SW Youngberg Hill Rd, McMinnville website: http://www.youngberghill.com

Photo: Youngberg Hill


Pete’s Mountain Vineyards

Panoramic views overlooking Mt. Hood and the northern Willamette Valley will take your breath away. Located near the Willamette River in West Linn, they are just south of Portland. Enjoy their rustic wood-lined interior or their fabulous outdoor patio. Cheese boards available to accompany your wine tasting.

28101 SW Petes Mountain Rd, West Linn website: http://www.petesmtnwinery.com

Photo: Pete’s Mountain Vineyard


Raptor Ridge Winery, Newberg

Overlooking the Chehalem mountains in northern Willamette Valley southwest of Portland, Raptor Ridge is a small winery specializing in Pinot Noir but also offers Pinot Gris, Gruner Veltliner, Rose’, Tempranillo, and sparkling wine. They offer views from their expansive windows overlooking the spectacular scenery of Oregon’s wine country.

18700 Hillsboro Hwy, Newberg website: http://www.raptorridgewinery.com

Photo: Raptor Ridge Winery


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