Bend Wine Tours Services

The Bend Wine Scene

Bend Oregon located in the shadow of Mt. Bachelor is mostly know as a BEER town, however, there's plenty of opportunity for the Wine Enthusiast to satisfy their thirst. Below you will find options for enjoying wine in Bend Oregon

There are plenty of opportunities to taste wine here in Bend.

Coming soon: Domaine Serene Winery and Willamette Valley Vineyards.

Check out:The Bend wine scene published by Bend Magazine.

View the Oregon Wine Touring Guide to expand your wine adventures in Oregon.

Bend Walking Wine Tours



Enjoy PRIVATE wine tasting at 3 local tasting rooms while exploring the Old Mill District of Bend along the Deschutes River. Educational and insightful, these tours will bring you up to date on the Bend wine scene.
Tours begin at 1PM and run until 4pm. Tours are offered Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
ALL TOURS ARE PRIVATE FOR COUPLES/FRIENDS UP TO 6
$35 per person.

Bend Walking Wine Tour

My walking wine tours are fun and educational. I have shared my wine tasting tips with thousands of clients over my 20 years in the wine industry. You will learn to taste like the pros. Each tour begins with a 20 minute mini-seminar on wine tasting.

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Throw a Wine Tasting Party!

Most people learn wine tasting skills by observing others and never learn the proper techniques and the reasons why of wine tasting. I offer a fun and educational wine tasting seminar designed for your home wine party. You and your friends (up to 8) will learn to taste like a pro. We discuss the science behind wine serving temperatures, shapes of wine glasses, when to aerate and when not to, to name a few.

I'll bring two local wines, a white and a red, to open and explore with your friends. We will discuss the use of tasting notes and how these can help you develop a "palate" for your favorite wines. We'll start with a blind tasting and have fun "writing" our own tasting notes.

You and your friends will learn about the history of the Oregon wine industry and its origins. You'll be surprised where the post-modern grape growing developed first. Learn why pinot noir is such a big producer of Oregon wines. Finishing with the future of wine in the Central Oregon region.