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UPDATE ON COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS

(Last updated March 3, 2021)

Governor Kate Brown announced on February 23, 2021 that more counties in Oregon have improved in risk level, with four more Willamette Valley counties improving from Extreme Risk to High Risk and three more improving from High Risk to Moderate Risk, effective February 26.

The Moderate Risk level allows:

  • Indoor capacity not to exceed 50% maximum occupancy or 100 people, whichever is smaller.
  • Outdoor capacity of 150 people maximum, which ever is smaller.
  • Indoor seating: 6 people per table, limit 2 households.
  • Outdoor seating: 8 people per table, limit 2 households.

The High Risk level allows:

  • Indoor dining allowed at capacity not to exceed 25% maximum occupancy or 50 people, whichever is smaller.
  • Outdoor dining allowed. Outdoor capacity: 75 people maximum.
  • Indoor and outdoor seating: 6 people per party and per table maximum, limit 2 households. 11:00 p.m. closing time.

See all guidance here. 

The Willamette Valley counties moving from High Risk to Moderate Risk are:
Clackamas
Linn  
Washington 

The Willamette Valley counties moving from Extreme Risk to High Risk are:
Lane
Marion
Polk
Yamhill

Please note:

  • Continue to call ahead to confirm your plans before visiting any winery or wine country business; not all wineries are opening indoors in the counties where that is permitted
  • Not all wineries will be offering outdoor tastings
  • Order pickup and retail wine sales will continue (see our guide below)
  • Two-sided tents and individual dining "pods" will be allowed in Extreme Risk counties
  • Dress warmly! 

Statewide Recommendations for Travel

Oregon Health Authority Guidance for Eating and Drinking Establishments (updated January 29) 

Oregon Health Authority COVID-19 Updates

Please note that the map below is embedded from the Oregon Health Authority and may reflect the previous week's data. 

 

WINERIES OPEN FOR TASTINGS BY COUNTY

The listed wineries have told us they are open for on-site consumption right now in accordance with Oregon public health guidelines for their county. Each winery links to its individual details. Always call ahead to confirm your plans with your destination. Hover over the map above to see county names and risk levels.

Benton County
Extreme Risk: outdoor tasting only

No Benton County wineries have submitted reopening information at this time.

Clackamas County 
Moderate Risk: reduced-capacity indoor tasting permitted

No Clackamas County wineries have submitted reopening information at this time.

Lane County
High Risk: reduced-capacity indoor tasting permitted

Antiquum Farm
Silvan Ridge Winery
Sweet Cheeks Winery

Linn County 
Moderate Risk: reduced-capacity indoor tasting permitted

No Linn County wineries have submitted reopening information at this time.

Marion County
High Risk: reduced-capacity indoor tasting permitted

Coria Estates Winery
Lady Hill Winery
Sineann
St. Innocent Winery
Willamette Valley Vineyards

Multnomah County
High Risk: reduced-capacity indoor tasting permitted

Boedecker Cellars
Fullerton Wines

Polk County 
High Risk: reduced-capacity indoor tasting permitted

Bryn Mawr Vineyards
Bethel Heights Vineyard
Cubanisimo Vineyards
Eola Hills Wine Cellars
Illahe Vineyards
Left Coast Estate
Van Duzer Vineyards

Washington County 
Moderate Risk: reduced-capacity indoor tasting permitted

Alloro Vineyard
Apolloni Vineyards
David Hill Winery
Dion Vineyard
Patton Valley Vineyard
Ponzi Vineyards
Raptor Ridge Winery
Ruby Vineyard

WINERIES OPEN FOR TAKEOUT 

Wineries open for wine to-go only, not for tastings or bottle service, are listed in the spreadsheet below. Note that winery policies can change so check back if you don't see your favorite winery listed. Always call ahead to confirm your plans with your destination.

VIEW PICKUP-ONLY WINERIES