Indulge in the simple life on Oregon’s farms, ranches, wineries, food trails and more. Many cool places to stay for farm getaways welcome guests year-round, but call ahead to make sure, since each is subject to its own operating schedule. Reservations are almost always required, so it’s essential to plan in advance. Here are a few ways to make the most of a bountiful getaway.
Every year, the editors of Wine Enthusiast look at more than 24,000 wine, spirits, and beer reviews to pick for their five top lists. The Top 100 Cellar Selections list highlights some of the best wines on the market that are perfect for lining your cellar. Del Rio’s 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon was one of four Oregon wines selected.
Rogue Valley Wine Country reporter Trish Glose dropped by Del Rio Vineyards on the final day of harvest as they celebrate 25 years of growth to now encompass nearly 500 acres and a dozen varietals. Watch her video report for more.
Founded in 2016, Anchor Valley Wine offers an expansive tasting experience that challenges conformity and cultivates community for both the first-time wine drinker and the expert connoisseur. Their Jacksonville tasting room hosts nights for trivia, comedy, music and yoga.
Rogue Valley Wine Country reporter Trish Glose visits Daisy Creek Vineyards to talk with Gary Powers about family, friends and winemaking.
Rogue Valley Vintners welcomed more wine lovers than ever to Wine Country Lane at Heart of the Rogue Festival in Medford, Oregon this year. Check out this video recap from Rogue Valley Wine Country reporter Trish Glose.