Wine Tasting Guide to the Pacific Northwest

For the PNW, the weather isn’t always great for a trip to the vineyards, however, it doesn’t seem to affect the grapes! And now is the perfect time to taste them. Make your way from Seattle or Portland to the beautiful vineyards below – that offer some pretty tasty wines, if we do say so ourselves! – with our wine tasting guide to the Pacific Northwest. Grab a glass and enjoy the long days and mild climate.

Chateau Ste. Michelle

Just 45 minutes outside of Seattle is Chateau Ste. Michelle’s winery, home to plenty of delicious wines and picnic spots to enjoy them! We recommend a glass of Chardonnay or a bit of bubbly. The century old location is also a great spot for a tour!

Columbia Winery

Once you’ve finished kicking off your wine tour at Chateau Ste. Michelle, head right across the street to Columbia Winery. Order a flatbread pizza, meat & cheese plate, and bottle of rosé of course! Sit inside for the life music or out on the patio if the weather’s nice.

Hedges Family Estate

This lush estate couldn’t feel more removed from city life and with its countryside villa essence in front of rolling hills of vines (sigh!). Tanks a large group and enjoy a unique tasting experience in one of the dining style rooms.

Next, head to Oregon (or start there) in their very own wine country, Willamette Valley. You’ll find plenty of wineries to explore right outside of Portland. First on our list? Eyrie Vineyards. Stop by this quaint tasting room for an affordable and memorable flight.

Then, head a few minutes South to Brooks. Come for the wine, stay for the BBQ. Not only is everything to eat and drink here delicious but you also get to enjoy it in big comfy leather furniture. Cheers to that!

Where are your favorite Pacific Northwest Wineries?!


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