Explore Oregon’s Willamette Valley by Horseback

In the heart of the Willamette Valley, known in wine circles as the premiere place to begin an Oregon pinot noir pilgrimage, you can pair your wine with a side of adventure. First stop: Winter’s Hill Estate in the storied Dundee Hills. At this second-generation family run winery, you can often spy a handful of noble horses trotting through vineyard rows.

Over a decade ago, the Gladhart family established a relationship with Jake and Shirley Price, founders of Equestrian Wine Tours. Their estate is one of a few open to guests who saddle up to ride horseback through leafy vineyards and stands of Oregon White Oak and Douglas Fir woodland.

Read the full article in Portland Monthly here.

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