Sokol Blosser Winery
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Sokol Blosser crafts wines of elegance and complexity from its 85-acre estate vineyard in the Dundee Hills. Founded in 1971 and known as one of the pioneering wineries of Oregon, Sokol Blosser is run by the Sokol Blosser family who farm organically and emphasize good to the earth policies in every phase of the business. The Tasting Room is open daily from 10am-4pm.
Join us on our half day excursion through one of Willamette Valley’s founding vineyards. We will teach you about Sokol Blosser Winery’s family history, geology, and organic farming practices, all while sharing our wines made from the very vines you’ll be walking through. Our vineyard hike is not for the faint of heart. This excursion is a three mile trek up our 120-acre estate, so come prepared with your hiking shoes and strap on your sun hat. Following the excursion, sit and relax with us while enjoying a catered lunch and glass of your favorite Sokol Blosser wine. Call in today and reserve your place on what will be your most memorable winery experience this summer!
Contact us for upcoming dates and reservations at 503-864-2282 or email@example.com. Limited openings per hike.
Cost: $75 per person | $60 per Cellar Club Member
Tasting Room Hours: 10-4pm
Tasting Fee: 15 - 25
Wine Region: North Willamette
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This business has received recognition in Travel Oregon's Sustainable Business Challenge. They have demonstrated their commitment to stewardship and sustainability in their business practices. Find out more.
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