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Step into the Heart of the scenic Willamette Valley and experience Oregon Wine Country the way it was meant to be.The small, artisan wineries of the region are friendly, family-owned destinations that reflect the natural beauty and diversity of the Willamette Valley. Nestled in the foothills of the Coast Range and Mary's Peak, our sustainable vineyards enjoy the most favorable grape growing conditions in the valley.


Visit us, meet our farmers, winemakers and their families. Learn the unique stories of our wineries and see the vineyards where our grapes are grown. We are dedicated to producing high quality wines at affordable prices. Our many varietals earn plentiful awards annually. From Salem to Junction City, experience the Heart of Willamette Wineries, a prime destination for wine lovers. Relax at our venues, taste our wines, we know you'll come back!

Welcome to the Prairie Mountain Wineries!

We are ​six neighboring wineries within the prominence of Prairie Mountain--some, within shouting distance of each other, in the foothills of the Coast Range of Oregon:  High Pass, Pfeiffer, Brigadoon, Bennett, Walnut Ridge, and Benton-Lane.


Distinctly Different, Together

We all have our own personalities and styles, but you will rarely find a close group of wineries with their own vineyards, tasting rooms, and estate grown wines and the opportunity to meet the owners and winemakers.


Easy Driving Distance 

Located between Corvallis and Eugene, and only 90 minutes south of Portland, our vineyards thrive in the peaceful heart of of the Willamette Valley.


World-Class Wines--Taste the Difference!

Our wines have been grown conscientiously and sustainably, honoring the earth, the soil and the sun in a region famous for its cool-climate pinot noir and pinot gris wine grapes.  Among other varieties, we also serve pinot blanc, chardonnay,muscat, merlot, gamy noir, riesling and dessert wines.

The South Willamette Wineries Association (SWWA) is comprised of a group of vineyards, wineries, vintners and related businesses that are passionate about increasing the awareness, visitation and prestige of the South Willamette wine growing region. 

From urban wineries located in eclectic neighborhoods to rural wineries that grace the lush rolling hills, the bounties of the South Willamette Valley terroir are beautifully expressed through handcrafted, award winning wines. A climate similar to that in France and the volcanic soils of Oregon contribute a delicacy that uniquely enhances our southern Willamette Valley wine flavors. Á la votre!

Bike it. Hike it. Enjoy it.

Visit our beautiful boutique wineries or sample the work of our craft brewers. Go hiking, biking and shopping. Relax and enjoy the gorgeous scenery of the heart of the Willamette Valley: Corvallis, Oregon.  Visit Corvallis has all the details.

Explore the Eugene, Cascades & Coast region of Oregon! In this adventure-driven destination, find yourself hiking to spectacular waterfalls or endless public beaches, kayaking white water or ocean estuaries, cycling through wine country or on Oregon's best trails, and while you're here, don't forget to sample the premier culinary bounty that awaits.

There are 7 Wonders of Oregon, and they’re not just for looking at. To truly experience our Wonders, you have to get out of the car, hike down from the scenic vista and feel them beneath your feet.

Just remember: This is Oregon. So how you go about doing that is entirely up to you.  Visit Travel Oregon to learn more.

Spend a relaxing afternoon wine tasting in rural Benton County located in the Southern Willamette Valley near the town of Monroe.  Visit four family owned, award winning, artisan wineries all less than 10 minutes driving distance from each other.  Click here to learn more.


A unique country inn offering fresh roasted coffee and fresh baked goods daily.  The Innkeeper, Douglass Terrill, also offers local wines, beers, and ciders, plus details on what to do while your inthe area! 

Treat yourself to a getaway and stay local in Monroe, OR! Contact Douglas Terrill at (541) 961-2880 for more information.

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