Distilleries in Oregon


Reserve Tasting for Two or Four at Belle Fiore Winery (Up to 46% Off)

Belle Fiore Winery
Ashland

Winery with panoramic views of southern Oregon’s Rogue Valley offers tastings of award-winning wine for two or four

$48 $26

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Wine Tasting with Optional Souvenir Glasses for Two, or Wine Tasting for Four at RoxyAnn Winery (Up to 54% Off)

RoxyAnn Winery
Roxyann Winery

Taste award-winning wines—like syrah, claret, and tempranillo—from a vineyard and winery founded on the grounds of a historic orchard

$14 $7

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Wine Tasting for Two or Four at Noble Estate Vineyard and Winery (Up to 40% Off)

Noble Estate Vineyard and Winery
Multiple Locations

Create a customized tasting flight from a list of more than 15 wines, which can include riesling, pinot noir muscat, and cabernet sauvignon

$10 $7

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Wine Tasting for Two or Four at Trium Vineyards(Up to 45% Off)

Trium Vineyards
Talent

Visitors can sip on wine while enjoying stunning views of the rolling hills and vineyards; 10% discount on Growers cuvee

$10 $6

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$25 for Vineyard Tour and Wine Tasting for Up to Four at LaVelle Vineyards in Elmira ($85 Value)

LaVelle Vineyards
LaVelle Vineyards in Elmira

After wine tasting, visitors take a vineyard tour & nibble on a plate of cheese & fresh fruit while overlooking the site from a sunny deck

$85 $25

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Wine Tasting and Souvenir Glasses for Two or Four at Henry Estate Winery (Up to 53% Off)

Henry Estate Winery
Umpqua

Visitors sample award-winning wines at a family-run winery, most popular wines include Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Reisling, and Veraison.

$60 $28

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$119 for One-Year Ownership of Two Vines at Carneros Della Notte ($198 Value)

Own a Napa Vineyard
Carneros Della Notte

Learn how to tend and harvest grapes, access special vineyard events, and make your own wine from grapes that grow on your vines

$198 $119

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  • Vinn Distillery Tasting Room
    The siblings that own Vinn Distillery come from a long line of distillers. Their ancestors grew up in remote villages around China and Vietnam, where a scarcity of alcohol forced them to learn how to make it for themselves. So they began distilling their own alcohol to be used for celebratory and everyday drinking, as well as medicinal purposes. Vinn Distillery carries on that tradition by using the same family recipes that have been passed down for more than seven generations. Read on to learn more about this family affair: Vinn's spirits are all gluten-free. That's because they use fermented rice to create their alcohols, including vodka, whiskey, and blackberry liqueur. Vinn produces China's most popular drink. Baijiu, a clear liquor made primarily from sorghum and rice, may be the national drink of China, but it's relatively unknown to American drinkers. According to the New York Times, it's been described as "resembling stinky cheese, anise, pineapples, musk and gasoline." Yet it has a slew of die-hard fans. The Times recommends first-timers put baijiu in a cocktail, saying "because it has so many flavors, it works well in a variety of combinations." If you want to try it by itself, you can't go wrong with Vinn's baijiu, which won a gold medal at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition. You can try Vinn's baijiu and other beverages on Distillery Row. Vinn's tasting room is located in Portland's Lower East Side Industrial District. Its neighbors include seven other independent distilleries.
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    833 Southeast Main Street
    Portland, OR US
  • New Deal Distillery
    Making Better Booze All distilleries offer spirits, but few offer hope. That's not the case with New Deal Distillery, whose manifesto reminds readers that ". . . things can suck, but that you can still find your good things and your joy." Crafting the Product Celebrating 10 years in business, New Deal Distillery uses a custom-made Christian Carl copper still to make all of their products and spirits, which range from the award-winning Hot Monkey vodka to the savory, full-bodied winter gin. Drinking on Distillery Row Stop by the distillery's tasting room to sample its offerings—including those from the Distiller's Workshop Series. Located on Portland's Distillery Row, New Deal is open to visitors Wednesday–Sunday, five out of the seven days of the week that are best for boozing.
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    900 SE Salmon St.
    Portland, OR US
  • Rolling River Spirits
    No part of the distilling process is taken for granted at Rolling River Spirits. For proof, just look to the Portland-based company's custom-made equipment. Master distiller turns out Rolling River's vodkas, gin, and aquavits with a hand-made Alembic-style still and a continuous run reflex column, the former for single and double-run processes and the latter for volume. The result of all this fuss is organic spirits that have been labored over from the first gush of water to the last gush of people going, "Mmmm." Read on for a few examples of what you'll find at the tasting room: Ole Bjørkevoll Aquavit: 84 proof spirit with caraway, fresh dill, fennel, and juniper Vodka: 80 proof pure-grain vodka made from organic wheat Gin: 84 proof gin made from pure grains and organic ingredients
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    1215 Southeast 8th Avenue
    Portland, OR US
  • Eastside Distilling
    Eastside Distilling's tasty lineup of spirits draws accolades from fans near and far, with the small-batch outfit taking home hardware including a gold medal at the 2012 MicroLiquor Spirit Awards, SIP Magazine's runner-up in the Best of Spirits section for Best Brown Liquor for their Burnside Bourbon, Portland Mercury’s 2011 Readers' Choice award for favorite distillery, and a silver medal from the 2011 World Spirits Competition for their Below Deck Coffee Rum. Within the tasting room, visitors sample libations such as the Portland Potato Vodka, their Below Deck rum line, Cherry Bomb Whiskey or Oregon Marionberry Whiskey.
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    1512 SE 7th Ave.
    Portland, OR US
  • Stone Barn Brandy Works
    According to Portland Monthly, Stone Barn Brandyworks team Sebastian and Erika Degens "are not afraid to follow their curiosity." The proof is in the eclectic variety of booze the two have dreamed up, a testament to their willingness to try anything. What they describe as "craft distilled, regionally sourced fruit brandies and brandy-based liqueurs," the high-proof fruits of their labor include a European style Bartlett Pear Brandy, two year-old Straight Rye Whiskey with chocolate barley malt, Quince Liqueur, Nocino (green walnut liqueur) and Ouzo from pinot gris pomace.
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    3315 SE 19th Ave.
    Portland, OR US
  • Wild Roots Vodka
    What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition? Wild Roots is an all natural, handcrafted infused vodka that represents the best of the Northwest. Every bottle of Wild Roots contains over one pound of locally sourced fruit, giving the vodka a unique color, smell, feel and homegrown taste. What is one of your most popular offerings? How is it prepared? Northwest Red Raspberry, Oregon Marionberry, Washington Apple
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    135 Northeast 6th Avenue
    Portland, OR US

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