Washington County Wine Country
Oregon has been producing wine since the 1840s with over 734 vineyards stretched across 14,100 acres of land belonging to over 300 wineries. Just 30 minutes south of Portland in the Willamette Valley wineries are a popular tourist destination holding over two thirds of the state's wineries.
Our hotel is located in the Willamette Valley so we’ve teamed up with two area wineries to make it easy for our guests to indulge and relax in Oregon's Wine Country. Complimentary wine tasting vouchers for Oak Knoll Winery and Sokol Blosser Winery are available for guests of the hotel at our reception desk.
Pick Your Stop On Oregon's Wine Trail
Oak Knoll Winery first opened their doors in 1970 and became the first winery in Washington County. Oak Knoll Winery welcomes guests with panoramic views of the Chehalem Mountain Ridge, where patrons can indulge in a wide selection of dry whites, reds, semi-sweet, and dessert wines. Oak Knoll Winery has a beautiful lawn that is perfect for enjoying a picnic lunch with friends and family while enjoying a bottle of wine and the beautiful scenery. Be sure to check out all of their exciting events happening all year long. From happy hour to live music to paint nights, your wine tasting experience will be one you never forget!
Location: 29700 SW Burkhalter Rd.
Hillsboro, OR 97123
Tasting Room Hours:
Summer Hours - May through September
Winter Hours - October through April
"If you like sweet wines be sure to try the soon-to-be-world-famous Deviant. It’s a chilled, sweet red wine that is sure to please. Make sure you pay proper respects to Lucee, the cutest wine dog in all of Oregon. She likes tummy & ear rubs and the occasional treat." - Trevor
As a family run operation Sokol Blosser Winery planted their first grape vines in 1971 providing distinctive flavors from hillside vineyards. Jump forward to today and this winery is still run by Siblings and Co-Presidents, Alex and Alison Sokol Blosser. From their start in 1971 Sokol Blosser committed to the environment and is now a leader in sustainable practices to help give back to the land.
Location: 5000 Sokol Blosser Lane
Dayton, OR 97114
Tasting Room Hours
- Daily 10am - 4pm
"Many O’ day you’ll find me at Sokol Blosser, sitting on the deck, enjoying a delicious Pinot Noir and watching the clouds roll by. Knowing that the wines are organic is just icing on the cake. This is the gold standard for Oregon Pinot." - Trevor
Photo credit: John Valls Photography
Founded in 1970 in Oregon’s lush Willamette Valley, Ponzi Vineyards sets the standard for Oregon winemaking. This 130 acre family-owned vineyard is LIVE Certified Sustainable, the world’s highest standard for sustainable viticulture and enology. Producing some of the world’s finest Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, White Riesling, as well as many others, Ponzi Vineyards continues to remain at the forefront of the nation’s finest and top wine producers.
Location: 19500 SW Mountain Home Road
Sherwood, OR 97140
- Daily 11am – 5:30pm
- Tours and tastings available by appointment.
"While visiting this amazing winery do yourself a favor-stop playing Bocci ball long enough to try the 2013 Ponzi Chardonnay Reserve. Rated 92 points by Wine Spectator, this wine is perfect for sipping on these great Oregon evenings. Serve ice cold and notice the delicious aroma and palate changes as it warms up." - Trevor
Although known as one of the larger wine producers in Oregon, Duck Pond Cellars remains small at heart through and through. Opened Memorial Day Weekend in 1993, this family-owned vineyard has focused exclusively on Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir, though they offer a variety of other local favorites. Duck Pond Cellars also farms two other vineyard sites in Eastern Washington, which provide fruit for their other brand wine, Desert Wind. Winery Photo Credit: Lynn Howlett
Location: 23145 OR-99W
Dundee, OR 97115
Tasting Room Hours
- Daily 11am – 5pm
"Duck Pond is one of the largest wine producers in Oregon. From sweet whites to bold reds and everything in between, they’ve got you covered. My personal favorite? Their incredible Pinot Rose’." - Trevor