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King Estate Winery, Eugene

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Winery / Vineyard
The producer of a renowned pinot gris, King Estate Winery serves wines cultivated from organic grapes. An elegant visitor center welcomes guests and sells the winery's labels. You can show up for the daily, free guided tour of the winery, followed by a complimentary tasting. For a full experience, visit the wine bar and estate restaurant, which serves artisan organic cuisine that pairs with the many wines available. You can request indoor or outdoor seating. The winery's fine-dining recipes have been published in two cookbooks, "New American Cuisine King Estate Pinot Gris Cookbook" and "New American Cuisine King Estate Pinot Noir Cookbook." See King Estate Winery and all Eugene has to offer by arranging your trip with our Eugene travel itinerary maker.
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  • We met on a perfect fall day up at King Estates for brunch. It is a great place to take in the scenery and enjoy good food, good wine, and great friends!  more »
  • I can't say much more than what a great place to visit. Came through on its promises and the wine was fantastic to the pallet.  more »
  • King estates is South of Eugene, a vast acreage of rolling hills covered with wine grapes in straight lines stretching across the landscape. Near the center is a large stone edifice housing the tastin...  more »
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  • Dinner with friends last evening. Beautiful setting at sunset. Fireplace lit. Wait staff helpful and knowledgeable. Menu not complicated. Charcuterie choices very tempting. Started with wild boar terrine, goat cheese & roasted beets and scallops. All unique, plated nicely and flavors/textures were amazing. Salmon, filet mignon, crab ravioli and lamb shank followed, except for saying ummmmm, quiet as we ate. A flight of the pinot noir led us to choose the Goodrich, though all were unique and tasty. A most enjoyable evening. Thank you☺
  • What a beautiful place to enjoy your lunch with the glass of wine! The food is great and the view is scenic! The only minus is the waiting time, we spent about 15-20 minutes waiting for the table, but they brought us free wine so that is totally made it feel shorter
  • We had a 2 hour wait for our lunch. After the two hours the waiter comped us a round of wine. A cold grilled salmon arrived 30 minutes later. Crazy. There were customers who arrived after us who got their entrées before we did, lucky them. Luckily I very much I wanted to have time to visit with the people I was dining with. Because of this places beauty and setting I would say go ahead and visit. But be prepared for anything, and maybe you'll be a lucky customer who receives service. About the food, the salmon tasted like it would have been excellent an hour earlier when it was grilled, warm.
  • Enjoyed a lovely wine tasting flight. We had the cheese platter with sausages followed by crab cakes. Filet minot with veggies, salmon with gnochis. Finished up with creme Brule and peach sorbet. Our waiter Riley was outstanding! I highly recommend going out in the evening for a relaxing dinner. Gorgeous view, great atmosphere, excellent wait staff and tasty food!
  • Beautiful area and food to die for. I enjoy ever stay I have there