Visiting the Farm
When you arrive at Dominio IV you have options. We can set you up on the 1916 farmhouse porch, and you can rock in your chair while the breeze reminds you that the ocean is nearby. Or have a walk up the cherry-trunk stairs to the hayloft of the 100-year-old barn. We have places to hide away and places to walk with a glass in hand. Come see what farm life evokes both in your glass and in your heart.
Seated Tasting at Dominio IV
Enjoy a variety of wines and the serenity of the farm with this five-wine flight, hosted by one of our friendly, knowledgeable tasting room associates. The flight changes monthly, but always offers up a diverse, delightful range of some of our favorite Dominio bottlings.
For groups of more than 6 tasters, please call us at 971-261-7781 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.*We will be closed March 31 for Easter
Complimentary Member Tasting Reservations*We will be closed March 31 for Easter
Explore two completely different routes from Portland or direct from your current location.
Start your journey from Portland or PDX Airport and gradually enter the verdant Willamette Valley. Follow this path off I-5 at the town of Donald to see fields of grass seed, ornamental plants, and vegetables like pumpkins and Kale growing in fields along the road. You will see (and smell) an organic dairy, fruit trees, and if you are up for a detour, wet your whistle in St. Paul home of Oregon’s 4th of July Rodeo (since 1936). You will cross the Willamette River on the only bridge crossing between Portland and Salem (also one Ferry). Looking up into the hills you will notice that you are now in wine county and only 10 minutes from the tasting room’s front door.
If you are itching to head west take Hwy 26 from Portland to Cannon Beach and follow Hwy 101 south to Pacific City. If you don’t have an extra day to spend at the coast, make your way along the eastern side of the coastal range (Hwy 47). You’ll soon be in majestic farmlands and in the heart of Willamette Valley’s vineyards.
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