Explore Tualatin Valley: February if for wine lovers!
Make time this February to discover the variety of things to do and places to visit throughout Tualatin Valley.
Black History Month
February is Black History Month and events are planned throughout the region to celebrate African American excellence.
Show your support at these local Black-owned businesses:
- Abbey Creek Winery (31441 NW Commercial St., North Plains) was Oregon’s first Black-owned winery, and owner/winemaker Bertony Faustin shares his passion for wine in every bottle he crafts.
- Mamancy Tea & Chocolate (2831 SW Cornelius Pass Road, Ste #210, Hillsboro | 3831 SW 117th Ave. Ste E, Beaverton) brings the joy of tea to Tualatin Valley. Owner Anne Johnson, who grew up drinking tea in Kenya as a family ritual ceremony, sells curated teas and chocolates made with ingredients from all over the world.
- Deep Space Brewing (6482 Jacobson Street, Hillsboro) produces small-batch beers, and was recently sold to two of its employees—making it the first female, Black-owned brewery in the area—who continue to operate this popular, dog-friendly brew pub.
Local Craft Breweries to Discover
Tualatin Valley is a heavy hitter in the local craft beer scene. The best way to explore this growing beer destination is with the new Tualatin Valley Ale Trail Mobile Passport. This new program features 17 local breweries and allows beer aficionados to earn points for prizes. Learn more at aletrail.org.
Zwickelmania is back! Celebrate Oregon craft beer when breweries invite the public to have a sneak-peek behind the scenes, February 18. Visit oregoncraftbeer.org for more information.
Hillsbrew Fest returns to the Wingspan Event and Conference Center in Hillsboro February 24-26 for its second year. Expect dozens of independent craft brewers from around the state showcasing their beers. This event is brought to you by the people created the wildly popular Oregon Brewers Fest. Visit hillsbrewfest.com for more information.
February is for Wine Lovers
The Valentine’s Wine Loop returns to Tualatin Valley’s wineries for its 11th anniversary, February 10-12. More than a dozen participating wineries in Tualatin Valley are offering special wine releases, pairings and festivities. Visit tualatinvalley.org for more information.
Throughout the month (and all year long) wine lovers can explore the estate wineries and tasting rooms of more than 30 local wineries and discover more than just Pinot Noir. Learn more about Tualatin Valley’s wineries by visiting tualatinvalley.org.