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Visit Our

Club House & Tasting Room

Visit our Clubhouse and tasting room seven days a week to enjoy exquisite Domaine Serene wines while surrounded by our picturesque vineyards at our Winery Hill Estate. We offer tasting experiences for different occasions, from a casual drop-in tasting, to an exclusive, private tasting in one of our caves.

Open daily from 11AM – 5PM

Reservations are required for groups of 8 or more

 

 

Phone: 1-503-864-4600

Toll Free: 1-866-864-6555

please - no picnics or outside food

 

 

View a 3D Tour of our winery  

 

45th Parallel  exquisite tasting & tour  members' tasting  prestige tasting  estate tasting  


 

       

 

The 45th Parallel

A Burgundy & Oregon Tasting Experience

Take a culinary journey and explore an in-depth look at the history of Château de la Crée - Domaine Serene’s sister winery in Burgundy.  This thoughtfully curated wine and food pairing, prepared by resident Chef Jason Kupper, allows guests to discover the Château’s storied vineyards throughout the Côte d’Or.  Travel along with us while we review the nuances of terroir by tasting our Burgundian and Oregon wines side-by-side – all elevated by locally sourced small plates paired to perfection.

This experience is limited to 12 guests and appointments must be made in advance. Please allow two hours for the experience.  Please click the Make a Reservation Button below to inquire about availability. Please indicate any dietary restrictions and/or food allergies when booking.

$125 per person | $75 Domaine Serene Members | 120 minutes

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Exquisite TASTING & Tour 

Go behind the scenes at our winemaking facility and learn about Domaine Serene through a guided tour that traces the path of our award-winning wines from vine to glass.  Journey through our five-level gravity flow winery, learn the intricacies of our winemaking philosophy, and discover our history at the source.

After your tour, you and your guests will enjoy a seated tasting featuring rare and limited-production Chardonnay and Pinot Noir from our estates.

The Exquisite Tasting and Tour is offered twice daily at  11:30am or 3pm.  Please allow two hours for the experience.  Tours leave promptly and multiple groups will be combined. 

This experience is limited to 8 guests and appointments must be made with a minimum of 72-hours notice.

$70/person | 120 minutes

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Members' Tasting

Taste through our most prestigious wines in a beautiful and secluded lounge built just for our beloved Members.  Members can expect an elevated tasting that features our award-winning Domaine Serene Flagship, Single Vineyard and Prestige Wines in addition to the rare and extremely limited Maison Evenstad and Château de la Crée wines from our estates in Burgundy.  Menu and wines to change with availability - Guests will enjoy the most current releases available along with other rare and exclusive wines throughout the year. 

Open daily from 11am-5pm.  Reservations are required for groups of 8 or more.

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Complimentary for Members. 
Guest limits do apply.

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PRESTIGE TASTING

Looking for a more formal and educational tasting experience?  Reserve a Prestige Tasting in our tasting room and enjoy an in-depth introduction to a seasonally curated wine flight that includes our single vineyard and winery exclusive offerings.

Seated Prestige Tastings are offered daily between 11am - 4pm.
$40/person | 45 minutes 

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Estate Tasting

Visit our beautiful tasting room for our Estate Tasting, a casual tasting room experience, where you will sip and savor a selection of our current release offerings, surrounded by sweeping vineyard and valley views.

Appointments are required for groups of 8 or more. Click Book Now below to contact our Hospitality team.  
$20/person | 30 minutes

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Members Receive Complimentary Members’ Tastings and Access to the Exclusive Members’ Lounge

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CONTACT our Hospitality Department

at hospitality@domaineserene.com or 503-864-4600 for more information about our Tasting Room experiences.
Tasting Room Hours

 Open daily from 11AM – 5PM
Reservations are required for groups of 8 or more.

We kindly request a minimum of 24 hours notice for cancellation

of appointments; missed appointments or changes in group size will not be refunded after that time.


 

Directions

TripAdvisor    

 

FROM PORTLAND AIRPORT: Airport to 1-205 South. Take exit to I-84 WEST. Follow signs to Portland and I-5 to Salem. 1-5 to exit 294 Tigard and 99W. Follow 99W through Tigard, Sherwood, Newberg and Dundee. Stay on 99W. About 3 miles past Dundee, look for a truck weigh station on the right. Immediately past the truck weight station, turn RIGHT on McDougall Road. Travel 0.2 miles and turn RIGHT on Breyman Orchards Road. Follow Breyman Orchards up the hill 1.7 miles (stay on pavement). Turn LEFT on Hilltop Lane and follow Hilltop to Domaine Serene.

FROM PORTLAND: I-5 to Tigard Exit (99W) Continue on 99W through Tigard, Sherwood, Newberg and Dundee. Approximately 3 miles past Dundee, look for the weigh station on right. TURN RIGHT immediately past the weigh station on McDougall Road. Turn right on Breyman Orchards Road. Travel 1.7 miles. Turn left on Hilltop Lane. Follow Hilltop to winery.

FROM MCMINNVILLE: 99W or Hwy 18. Just past the 99W/Hwy 18 interchange look for a center turn lane. Prepare to turn left just before the weigh station on McDougall Road. Turn right on Breyman Orchards Road. Travel 1.7 miles, turn left on Hilltop Lane.

The History of Wooly

& the Geology that Created our Vineyard Diversity

Around 14,000 years ago, near the end of the last Ice Age, North America experienced the largest known flood of freshwater. Glacial Lake Missoula was a massive lake in western Montana formed by a glacier that dammed the Clark Fork River. The lake was about 2,000 feet deep and more than 2,000 miles long. It held more water than Lake Erie and Lake Ontario combined. When enough water had built up behind the ice dam, the pressure from the water broke through the ice all at once causing the massive flooding.

The floods were unlike anything seen in modern history. If you took the flow of all the rivers in the world right now, the amount of water per hour shooting out from Glacial Lake Missoula is estimated to have been 10 times as much as all of them combined. Flood water raced across the landscape at 65 miles per hour, sweeping away hundreds of feet of soil and cutting deep canyons in the earth. The lake was drained in about two days. Amazingly, the glacier continued to form again and again. At least 13 and perhaps up to 70 floods occurred. These floods carved out the Columbia River Gorge and deposited vast amounts of soils, rocks and boulders not native to this area.

The valley visible from the Tasting Room at Domaine Serene flooded to depths of almost 400 feet, and deposited the various soil types that ultimately created the agricultural richness of the Willamette Valley.

Local artist, Dixie Jewett, read about the ice age and the extinction of the Woolly Mammoth during the time of the Missoula floods due to the cold temperatures not suitable for its survival. As the Ice Age was ending, and with the ice dams breaking and the Willamette Valley flooding, Dixie imagined a frozen Woolly Mammoth washing in with all the silt and boulders from Montana. It took Dixie about a year to create Woolly, bending and welding all the parts herself. Grace drove by Woolly for many years as he stood on his “ice chunks” in a field near Lafayette, OR on Highway 18 at McMinnville’s Erratic Tree Farm.  Grace found him irresistible and purchased him in 2013. Dixie personally loaded Wooly on a flatbed truck and drove to Domaine Serene. At the age of 72, Dixie has had no formal training as an artist. She made Woolly after taking a weekly (6 weeks only) course in welding at the local high school. She is amazing!

Woolly’s body is constructed entirely of steel while his eyes and tusks are made of bronze; he weighs approximately 7,400 pounds. ‘Woolly’ serves as a unique reminder of the Willamette Valley’s dramatic geological history.