Sun-drenched days, shady patios for sipping
From the Britt Music Festival to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, summer is prime time for the Rogue Valley’s most famous events. Add rafting, fishing, picnicking and patio lounging to the perfect summer vacation with wine at the center.
Harvest season is wine season
Sunny days and cooler evenings bring beautiful fall foliage along Rogue Valley’s famed wine routes. It’s a great time for birding, hiking, cycling and taking in the fruits of harvest season, from wild salmon to Sangiovese.
Misty vineyards, snowy peaks
Tasting rooms around the Rogue Valley feature misty views, sculptural vines and wildlife sightings. Find a fireplace and take your time. Holidays in historic towns like Jacksonville are magical, with winter lights and special events. Snowshoe Crater Lake or venture to Mt. Ashland’s Tudor ski lodge for cocoa and a view.
Spring finds Rogue Valley lush and green and filled with energy. Bud break on the vines and fruit trees blooming brings a burst of color along Rogue Valley wine routes. Wineries pull out all the stops for special events around Easter and Mother’s Day.