Oregon May 08, 2017
This Gorgeous, Off-The-Beaten-Path Wine Trail In Oregon Is Picture Perfect
Sip 47 is a scenic section of Highway 47 that passes numerous wonderful wineries, vineyards, farms, and more, making it a perfect route for an off-the-beaten-path exploration of Oregon’s wine country. Check it out:
Sip 47 weaves through the Willamette Valley from McMinnville to Forest Grove.
The route allows visitors to take a drive through the rolling green countryside, stopping here and there to taste wine, stroll through vineyards, shop at farm stands, and more.
Meandering down this picturesque country road, you'll have easy access to many incredible wineries, including Appoloni Vineyards, Montinore Estate, David Hill Winery, A Blooming Hill Vineyard, Plum Hill Vineyard, Stag Hollow Vineyard, and more.
Oregon is renown for its unique, delicious wines, and there's no better place to experience this than straight from the source: at the many amazing wineries and vineyards located throughout the Willamette Valley.
Many wineries have tasting rooms where you can sample various wines, and take home a bottle or two.
You can also stop in at a cider company, a sake brewery, the McMenamins Grand Lodge, a pizza shop, a tavern, and the bucolic Kookoolan Farms, all located along the route.
Some of these local businesses also offer food. Stop in for a delicious meal at McMenamins Grand Lodge, Zippy's Pizza, or The One Horse Tavern (which allows you to bring your own wine).
Many of the vineyards also invite you to wander around and even relax on the lawn with a picnic.
If you want to extend the trip over multiple days, you can book a room at the charming McMenamins Grand Lodge, rent the AirBNB cottage at Kookoolan Farms, or stay in a neighboring town.
Wine lovers will adore taking a picturesque adventure along this peaceful winery road in Oregon.
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