McMinnville Oregon Wine Walk

In The Heart Of Oregon Wine Country,
Mcminnville Offers The Best Of Everything.

Chic shops and award-winning restaurants, green rolling hills at its doorstep, vineyards as far as the eye can see, and inviting tasting rooms pouring the region's best wines.

When We Say Best, We Mean It.

The Willamette Valley is Oregon's leading wine region, recognized as one of the top Pinot Noir producing areas in the world. At last count, home to nearly 700 vineyards and over 500 wineries – with more springing up each year. You may even find a winemaker or two behind the bar, pouring tastes and sharing a bit of the magic that goes into making your favorite wine.

There's No Need To Head Out Of Town To Taste These Lauded Labels.

McMinnville's historic downtown is easy to explore on foot, strolling and tasting your way through an astounding variety of wines –from award-winning Pinot Noir, to big, bold reds, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay and even a few wines with fizz.

Looking for that something other than wine? You'll also find artisan brewers offering up ales, German and Czech-style beers, and purveyors of traditionally distilled spirits.

With So Much To Explore, Consider Staying Overnight With Us!

We invite you to take the McMinnville Wine Walk and sample flights of wines, purchase by the glass or by the bottle with knowledgeable and friendly tasting room staff as your guide.

Hear the stories behind the wines, going back to Yamhill Valley and The Eyrie Vineyard's pioneering Pinot Noirs. And with so much to discover, lodging options from a posh flat to a charming B & B are available if you choose to linger another day or two.

Dine & Wine Month

February 2018

Explore the heart of Oregon wine country. All February long, treat yourself to fine dining experiences, discover new tasting rooms, and shop in historic downtown McMinnville boutiques. With $10 tasting fees, prix fixe menus, and special promotions only available during February, you'll find plenty of reasons to stay the day (or the weekend!) in charming McMinnville.

Pick up a complimentary Wine Walk passport at your first tasting stop. If you complete your passport (10+ stamps) during February 2018, in addition to great prizes, you'll receive a beautiful Willamette Valley vineyard map courtesy of Willamette Valley Wineries Association!


If your idea of exploring is the discovery of tempting, farm-to-fork cuisine made by talented wine country chefs, we have you covered. These locally-owned restaurants are offering special menus during Taste McMinnville Month:

With so much to discover, you may want to linger a day or two. Stay in a boutique hotel, B&B, or posh flat that fits your travel style. Ask the lodging properties below about their special deals on stays booked during Taste McMinnville Month.

Drive a fun BMW or MINI to McMinnville for only $50.00/day using ReachNow. During the month of February, take $30 off your daily car rental rate – normally $80.00 – for Members enjoying Taste McMinnville Month. Email with subject line “Taste McMinnville” for rebate details.

Here's How It Works

Once you've collected 10 (or more) stamps, claim your prize at either the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum visitor's desk or McMenamins Hotel Oregon.

Prize Pickup

Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum

500 NE Captain Michael King Smith Way
Open 7 days a week

McMenamins Hotel Oregon

310 NE Evans Street
Open 7 days a week

Email us for information on mail-in prize redemption at

Need More Incentive to Make the Rounds?

Visit 10 wine tasting rooms on the map,
getting your booklet stamped along the way and receive a 33 Book Co. tasting notes journal (made in Portland), along with a Wine Walk sticker and pen.

Visit 15 wine tasting rooms on the map and receive the gift above and a commemorative Wine Walk GoVino wine glass. Gather stamps at all five craft beverages stops, in addition to the tiers above, and earn a cap lifter!

How it Works?  With a Glass of Wine!
How it Works?  With a Glass of Wine!



Taste McMinnville

February 2018

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