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Reviewed March 31, 2018
· Reviewed October 4, 2017
· Reviewed June 23, 2017
What You'll Get
Tours must start at Chateau Bianca
Choose from Three Options
- $33 for Mid-Valley Wine Trail Harvest passport for one ($105 value)
- $65 for Mid-Valley Wine Trail Harvest passport for two ($210 value)
- $128 for Mid-Valley Wine Trail Harvest passport for four ($420 value)
Passports take participants on a trek to sample up to five wines at the following seven wineries:
- Chateau Bianca * Namaste * Firesteed * Eola Hills * Left Coast Cellars * Van Duzzer * Johan Vineyards
In addition to enjoying samples, passport-holders will also be entered into a drawing at each winery, vying for prizes that may range from a wine-centric swag basket to a stay at The Grand Hotel in Salem.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 1, 2016. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Must be 21+ with valid picture ID. Pick up passport at Chateau Bianca Winery. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Chateau Bianca Winery
No strangers to the art of winemaking, the Wetzel family’s roots run deep into the vineyards that surround their winery. For four generations, they have crafted award-winning wines in Germany, and for the last 35, they have called Oregon home. Chateau Bianca Winery peeks out from the Willamette Valley, where pinot noir grapes flourish across the estate vineyards. These carefully cultivated grapes eventually fill bottles with varietals such as the 2009 Chateau Bianca Estate pinot blanc, a dry, clean-finishing wine that makes a refreshing apertif.
Guests visit the tasting room to sample some of Chateau Bianca’s wines, where each day a rotating selection of six bottles are uncorked for swirling and sipping. On days when the summer sun dapples the fields and shimmers playfully off Bacchus’s lampshade hat, sippers relax on the outdoor patio to enjoy a glass or share a bottle while looking out across rows of vines.