World famous for its pinot noir but also rich in bountiful agriculture, arts, culture, history and stunning natural beauty, the Willamette Valley offers an astonishing number of popular and back-road delights any time of year. Visiting wineries during the quieter cellar season, November through March, affords a chance to get up close and personal with the land and the winemakers. Looking for hot springs, friendly brewpubs, historic sites and a century-old carousel? We’ve got those, too. Here’s how to nosh, sip, play and find rejuvenation this winter in the beautiful Willamette Valley.