N is for Newberg

Newberg is a quaint town in Yamhill County, Oregon and is truly a charmer. It boasts scenic views, delicious wine-making, vast farmland and increasingly growing up and coming restaurants, tasting rooms and brew pubs. Surrounded by rolling hills, and only 20 miles

Winery Highlight | Flâneur Wines

Flâneur Wines is located in the charming heart of Carlton, Oregon, in the original Carlton Grain Elevator! Flâneur Wines is a boutique winery dedicated to creating forward thinking, memorable Willamette Valley wines. The French word, FLÂNEUR = a leisurely wanderer,

The Wine Pioneers of The Willamette Valley

The Willamette Valley! What a discovery! What a gem! With its amazing climate, soil and topography…wine and Pinot Noir grapes in particular, were simply destined to grow here. Winemaking as we know it in the Willamette Valley stretches back over

D is for Dundee

The magic of the Dundee Hills AVA lie in it’s quaint town surrounded by the undeniably stunning valleys and hills that produce some of the best wine in the world! Part of the Willamette Valley, the Dundee Hills were the first

Willamette Valley is H O T

Oregon is quickly growing as a world-class, top wine growing region. Willamette Valley Pinot Noirs (for example) are setting unprecedented standards world-wide and are surpassing even the Napa wine growing region in top reviews. Today, there are over 725 Oregon

Vineyard Highlight | Moffett Vineyards

Moffett Vineyards are located in the beautiful Northern Willamette Valley! Owners, Trent and Colleen Moffett, are part of the Livingston Moffett Winery legacy which was founded in Napa Valley in 1976 by Trent Moffetts’ parents, Diane and John Livingston. Trent

C is for Carlton

The adorable wine town of Carlton is in the heart of Willamette Valley wine country about an hour southwest of Portland, Oregon. It’s romantically sleepy and as charming as charming gets. Wine is a big part of life in Carlton

Joy to Jory

The Willamette Valley’s official soil is Jory! This recognition formally highlights the significant role it plays in Oregon’s diverse landscape. The Jory soil is recognizable by its red coloring and can be found in nine western Oregon counties on over

The Bachelorette KING!

I am The Bachelorette KING! Ladies! If you want an unforgettable experience for your bachelorette parties–look no further! Wayne The Wine Wizard aims to please! I earned this title after hosting hundreds of these glorious adventures into the wine country

What is the WVWA?

The Willamette Valley Wineries Association or WVWA is a non-profit association dedicated to our incredibly beautiful and world-wide recognized, wine country region of the Willamette Valley. It is here to honor and protect this acclaimed region in Oregon and its