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Willamette Valley Vineyards, Turner

Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
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4.5/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web
Willamette Valley Vineyards is an American winery located in Turner, Oregon. Named after Oregon's Willamette Valley, the winery is the leading producer of Pinot noir in Oregon, and also produces Dijon clone Chardonnay and Pinot gris. The first planting was the Estate Vineyard, which was purchased in 1983 by Founder/Winegrower Jim Bernau. In 1989 the winery went public. In 1997 the winery purchased Tualatin Estates, one of the oldest vineyards in Oregon, and increased their plantings of Pinot noir, Pinot gris, Chardonnay and other cool-climate varietals, the Willamette Valley does have vinicultural conditions comparable to the Côte d'Or in Burgundy France. The winery picks all its fruit by hand and ferments its Pinot noir through small bin fermentation.
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  • This winery is a must see for the atmosphere setting and tasty wines. We enjoyed the delicious cheese board selection with the wine pairing. Definitely on my wine list keepers. Cheers 
  • What a beautiful view! We had the pleasure of enjoying an outstanding lunch out on the patio. The food was quite good and well thought out. Prior to lunch we tasted several of the wines inside, and th...  read more »
  • Willamette Valley Vineyards was on a gorgeous property with incredible views! The wines we had were fantastic - we ended up ordering 4 bottles. The best part of our experience there was Wende. She was...  read more »
  • What a great place to spend a summer afternoon. We enjoyed the wine tasting in their beautiful tasting room overlooking the vineyards. Dinner was really good also. My wife had a tasty lamb chop and I had a kobe beef burger that was equally great. Would love to come back in fall.
  • We called to set up a tour of Willamette Valley Vineyards for August 3, 2016. First of all...WOW! The renovation they completed is upset ale but comfortable. Beautiful location, sitting on the deck overlooking the vineyards is a fantastic way to spend a day! Our Wine Ambassador, Wende Bennette, was full of spunk, information and created quite the experience for us. She catered the tasting to our likes and preferences, made thoughtful suggestions, shared stories and really got to know us. We felt like VIPs! Getting to see the wine production, facilities, and learn some of the history made for a fantastic afternoon, followed by delicious appetizers with a bottle of wine. We will definitely be back, as we became wine club members, and highly recommend spending time here!
  • Great views, awesome drive up! Really disappointed in the pricing and quality of the Bernard Griffin line (their fuller bodied reds). Also, the spiel at the start was a bit heavy handed and sort of seemed to assume customers had never been wine tasting and/or couldn't figure out the program without direction - really silly and corporate. Come here to taste some pinots and enjoy the views. Next time I'll order some food from their full kitchen, but was on way to a wedding... Cheers!
  • My husband and I have been members of several different wineries throughout the years. We try and change it up a bit but there is one winery we will not change up and that's Willamette Valley Vineyards. I love that the tasting room is so comfortable and spacious and it is also nice that they serve well prepared food. The view is one of the best you will see in the valley. The most important feature is their wines, from their whites to their reds you can't go wrong, amazing and affordable. The next most important part for me and my husband is their hospitality. We always feel welcomed and attended to. Their special events are always fun to look forward to and enjoy. To all those who pour the wine, thanks for your friendly personalities and keeping us educated on all the old and new releases. Anytime we have family or guests in town we make the time to visit Willamette Valley Vineyards. Enjoy and be prepared to join when you go there. Tell them Cheryl and Joe sent you.
  • Always wonderful. Great food, and wine., I do have a question, my husband does not like wine, but I am going to a work function at WWV, And I can have + 1 . Do you serve anything else besides wine? Maybe beer or soda?.
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