Are you a wine enthusiast? If so, then you may have heard of the Oregon Pinot Camp and if you’re not, then you’re in luck because we’re going to tell you all about it. Below, you can read about the ins and outs of the Oregon Pinot Camp.



What is it?

This isn’t just a tour of a winery and it’s not a wine tasting. This is more like a wine convention. All of the very best wineries in Oregon; fifty of them, attend this event, where you can meet the faces behind the labels.





If you’re interested in joining the many other people who are attending this camp, then you probably want to know when it’s happening. Well, the camp officially begins at 6 o’clock PM on Saturday.


If you want to attend beforehand, though, then you can register for some activities which will be hosted beforehand. You will have to reserve your spot, so you should do so quickly.


What are the PRE-OPC Events?


The first pre-OPC event is being held on Saturday, June 24 at noon. This is considered to be a welcome picnic of sorts; wherein, you meet and mingle with some other campers and you have the opportunity to meet some of the Chardonnay producers.



Here, you’ll be able to do some wine tasting and connect with wineries like Adelsheim Vineyard, Alexana Estate Vineyards, etc.


On the same day, you can attend the Pre-OPC Riesling Revival. Unfortunately, this event takes place at the same time as the previous one, so you will have to choose which one you want to attend. This event is a pool party which will have Rielsling, as well as large formats of vintage wine bottles.



There are other events like the advanced picnic pairings. This Pre-OPC event is considered to be a sort of party in the park. There will be six Oregon wineries, as well as BBQs and delicious wine to try out. If you’re interested in this event, then feel free to register for it because it takes place on June 27, from 11AM to 3PM.




Obviously, the Oregon Pinot Camp occurs in Oregon. More than this, though, you should know that it is hosted around the North Williamette Valley. This is around fifty miles away from Portland. If you’re wondering why it’s held here, it’s because the Williamette Valley is the leading location for Oregon’s wine culture. This area has over two thirds of the wineries in the state of Oregon.




Do you love wine? Are you passionate about all things that have to do with wineries? If you answered yes to these questions, then you don’t have to look any further because we have all of the answers about Oregon’s Pinot Camp. While it’s called a camp, it’s more like a convention for wine lovers. If you want to attend this camp, then you can visit the website to plan your trip.