Oregon Wine Country

The South Willamette Valley is home to exceptional wine and equally exceptional people who make it. A visit to these boutique wineries not only means you can taste some of Oregon’s most special wine, but it might also mean you have a chat with the winemaker or a member of their family, perhaps get to know the winery dog or take an impromptu walk around the vineyard. It is a heartfelt, authentic welcome into the delicious world of elegant Pinot Noir, crisp Pinot Gris, luxurious Chardonnay and so much more. Experience the best of the Willamette Valley wine in the Lower Long Tom AVA + Southern Willamette Wineries.



Most vineyard tasting rooms are about a 30 minute drive from Inn at the 5th

You'll want to visit their websites for up to date tasting room hours prior to your visit, and can also find information on reservations, food offerings and more. Below you will find a list of what wineries are closest to each other so you can plan your trip accordingly. If you are looking for a leisurely experience, we would suggest visiting no more than two in a day, but if you are interested in making the most of the afternoon, you could select up to 4.

The pairings are:

  • King Estate Winery, Alesong Brewing & Blending, Silvan Ridge, Sweet Cheeks Winery, Iris Vineyards, Sarver
  • Bennett Vineyards, Antiquum, Pfeiffer Winery, Brigadoon Wine Co., Walnut Ridge, High Pass Winery, Rainsong Vineyard
  • Benton-Lane Winery, Broadley, Bluebird Hill Cellars
  • LaVelle Vineyards, Five Fourteen Vineyards

Farm to Table


Our location in the lush valley means access to some of Oregon’s freshest produce, dairy, honey, truffles, meat, and more, and our restaurants know how to make these ingredients sing. Be sure to make a trip to the Farmers Market, stop by Provisions Market Hall, and make your reservation at one of these special restaurants to experience the best of the Southern Willamette Valley.



A few interesting bits of information when planning your Southern Willamette Wine experience:

Put together the perfect picnic at Provisions Market Hall to take with you on your vineyard visit. Fill your basket with gourmet snacks

Southern Oregon Wine country is enjoyed year round, with many tasting rooms serving up cozy atmospheres during cellar season (November - February). Oftentimes you will be able to chat with the winemakers themselves and receive a more personalized experience.

May is Oregon Wine Month and every year wineries and tasting rooms celebrate with special releases, tastings and events throughout the state.

Visit Willamette Valley Wineries Association for information on the area and assistance in planning your winery itinerary 

To complete your wine tasting experience you can stop by the Pendleton store in our lobby to get a blanket to take with you for an extra "PNW feel" after you fill your basket with gourmet snacks.