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Eola Hills Wine Cellars, Rickreall
(4.2/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • We really enjoyed the wine tasting here. They have a good selection of wines at reasonable prices. The servers are friendly and accommodating. There Chardonnay and their Pinots are particularly good. 
  • This is the place to visit for wines that are well-made and priced for every occasion. Their LaCreole Reserve Chardonnay is without peer for its quality and price. 
  • Went for a tasting as we like the Pinot Noir that we purchased at Costco for $8 a bottle. Upon arriving at tasting room, we were the only ones there and was surprised that we were told to buy at Costc...  more »
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  • I'm gonna be real. The wine is good, but not great. Sure, I've had some stuff that's be fantastic like the port, and some more select Cabs and Pinots, but you go for the atmosphere. It's right of the bike path. Take a ride, buy a bottle, and sit out on the porch. No food on the regular, but they offer dinners from time to time. For a real treat, do the brunch. Also perfect for events. I've been to weddings and award ceremonies here, and they were all great. Just test run the sound system and make sure it works for you.
  • We parked in our RV at this location. We enjoyed a tasting and Sunday brunch. The Pinot noir was my favorite, my partner the merlot. The staff was helpful. The koi pond was so peaceful. I'm glad we stayed here.
  • Just bought 'Ebola' Pinot 2014 in Corvallis. Literally the worst bottle of wine I have ever dropped onto my palate. This tasted like runoff from a factory in China. Please, please, for your sake pick another $12 dollar bottle of wine.. It ruined the family meal.
  • Visited this winery recently with my family and the experience was wonderful. Our sommelier, Dan, was the most knowledgeable that I have encountered in years. Such a warm, comfortable environment with stellar wine to match. If you pass without stopping - you've made a mistake!
  • The worst experience in wine tasting I've had. I was going to buy for our Thanksgiving dinner for 50 but the guy that was there was so full of himself and his knowledge was sorely lacking. My guests have very diverse tastes. I convinced them this was the place for all palates. I went to Airlie Vineyards and had a great experience. I drove off with 12 cases. Eola Hills you should be ashamed.