Two fun events heading to Tualatin Valley this February! Valnetine’s Wine Loop & Hillsbrew fest
Tualatin Valley welcomes two fun events—one returning event and one brand-new fest—this month.
Valentine’s Wine Loop
After a one-year hiatus, Valentine’s Wine Loop (February 11-13) returns to Tualatin Valley’s wineries for its 10th anniversary. This Valentine’s Day weekend make a date and celebrate your love: Oregon wine! A dozen participating wineries in Tualatin Valley are offering special wine releases, pairings and festivities.
Participating Wineries include: Árdíri Vineyards and Winery, Apolloni Vineyards, Blizzard Wines, Cooper Mountain Vineyard, David Hill Vineyard and Winery, Dion Vineyard, Freja Cellars, Patton Valley Vineyard, Scotch Church Road Vineyard, Resolu Cellars and Sidereus.
Reservations are required at all wineries. Tasting fees vary by location. Visit tualatinvalley.org for more information.
(February 25-27), from the people created the wildly popular Oregon Brewers Fest, is a new beer festival at the Wingspan Event and Conference Center in Hillsboro. Designed to bring beer lovers together, the festival features 30 independent craft brewers from around the state. In addition to the beers, the event will feature food vendors, souvenir sales, and live entertainment by The Denominators. Free, handcrafted root beer is available for designated drivers.
This event is exclusively for those 21 years old and older. Tickets are available online at hillsbrewfest.com. Parking is $10 per day, per car.
Learn more about things to see and do in and around Beaverton and find more trails to explore at tualatinvalley.org.
The Tualatin Valley is a short drive from Portland and is home to nationally renowned golf courses, award-winning wineries, tax-free shopping, agricultural experiences, outdoor recreational activities and more. With a combination of suburban and rural settings, the Tualatin Valley offers an unparalleled experience for all travelers.