Eola Hills Wine Cellars
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Eola Hills Wine Cellars owns farms more than 300 acres of vineyards near Salem, Oregon. Our palate-friendly wines – Pinot noir, Pinot gris, Chardonnay and more – are some of the most popular in the state. Open 7 days a week, our winery tasting room in Rickreall offers a family-friendly Sunday brunch and wine country bike rides each summer. Bike Oregon Wine Country rides visit 4-7 wineries en route, vary in length and difficulty, are fully supported, and conclude with a gourmet lunch back at the winery. Call us or go to eolahillswinery.com more information on Bike Oregon Wine Country.
Tasting Room Hours: 11am to 5pm, excluding Thanksgiving & Christmas days.
Wine Region: North Willamette
- Bike Friendly
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