On-site Tasting Rooms
No need to drive anywhere since some of the best wines in the Willamette Valley can be found at our five amazing onsite tasting rooms. Enjoy wines from Evening Land, producer of Oregon’s highest-ever-rated wine (98 out of 100) by Wine Spectator; and Le Cadeau Vineyard, whose 2017 pinot noirs scored 90-94 in the Somm Journal. Then savor award-winning vintages from the Columbia Valley at Cougar Crest and Tertulia Cellars.
Excellence prevails. In the 44-year history of Wine Spectator, there are only 12 Chardonnays from Oregon that have rated 95 points or higher; 10 are from Evening Land. Located at The Dundee Hotel, Evening Land’s tasting room offers a serene setting so you can enjoy the full range of award-winning wines from their Seven Springs Estate, as well as limited release and library bottlings. In addition to chardonnay, they grow and make pinot noir and gamay from their historic estate vineyard in Oregon’s Eola-Amity Hills.
Hours: Wednesdy – Sunday (reservations required)
A Pinot geek’s winery! That’s what wine reviewer Amy Glynn called Le Cadeau, where “excellent estate-grown Pinot Noir-Burgundian sensibility meets Willamette terroir.” Le Cadeau wine is produced exclusively with estate-grown fruit on Parrett Mountain in the Chehalem Mountains AVA. It’s diverse slope aspects, rocky soils, and carefully selected clones give their wines a fascinating range of characteristics that you can experience in Le Cadeau’s tasting room inside The Dundee Hotel.
Hours: Wednesday – Sunday (reservations required)
Celebrate one of life’s great simple pleasures: wine! Tertulia is a Spanish word meaning, “a social gathering of friends.” Tertulia Cellars believe that tasting and enjoying with others is the final component of their wines. Their focus is making wines of quality and distinction with the finest fruit from their estate vineyards in the Walla Walla Valley. Bring your own tertulia, and savor Tertulia Cellars’ wines in an atmosphere of true warmth and hospitality in their Oregon tasting room at The Dundee Hotel.
Hours: Thursday – Sunday (reservations required)
Among Washington’s finest. Through tireless wine-making innovation, Cougar Crest Estate Winery is one of the premier wine producers from the Walla Walla Valley. Their wines were recently recognized as some of the top 100 in the world. From bud break to bottle, Cougar Crest handles every aspect of grape growth and winemaking and prides itself on making premium wine for you to share with family and friends. Taste the best of Washington in their only Oregon tasting room, located in The Dundee Hotel.
Hours: Thursday – Monday (walk-ins welcome)
Valley Listings and Resources
Dundee Hills Winegrowers Association
The Dundee Hills AVA is known as the epicenter of Oregon’s Pinot Noir. It was in the Dundee Hills region where Oregon’s Pinot’s were first planted and first gained worldwide recognition. The Dundee Hills Winegrowers Association is made up of 40+ wineries in the Dundee Hills AVA and several businesses that support winemakers in this special region. Check out their site for an active event calendar, a trip planner, maps, winery profiles and the latest news from Dundee Hills’ winegrowers.
The town of Dundee is the heart and soul of Oregon’s Wine Country. What seems like a quaint place—with its stunning rolling hills and bountiful farms—is actually a sophisticated food-and-wine mecca that lures vino lovers from across the globe with its distinctive Pinot Noirs, Pinot Gris, and Chardonnays. Find out for yourself why this world-class viticulture region produces such exceptional wines.
Travel Dundee maintains a comprehensive listing of wineries, tasting rooms and vineyards for visitors to Dundee and serves up fantastic content about Dundee events and adventures on their Instagram.
The Willamette Valley has hundreds of outstanding wineries within a 15-minute drive of The Dundee, where you can meet the passionate vintners who create the wines you love. Explore them and make sure to bring some of Oregon’s Wine Country home with you. The Willamette Valley Wineries Association’s site has helpful information about the Willamette Valley including AVA maps and links, detailed itineraries, interviews with winemakers, special events and activities, and even wine tasting play lists.