Treat that special someone to a day of wining and dining at King Estate Winery in Eugene, Oregon! From classic vintages to delicious cuisine, there’s no shortage of treats to indulge on in this scenic Lorane Valley winery. Stay at our hotel near King Estate Winery to discover all the finer things in life!
Covering an impressive 1,033 acres and located about 20 miles southwest of Eugene in Oregon's Lorane Valley, King Estate Winery welcomes visitors throughout the year. Tastings include current release wines as well as classic vintages. Tours of the winery facilities are also available on a daily basis. An onsite restaurant serves brunch, lunch, and dinner featuring mouthwatering meals made from organic fruits and vegetables grown on the winery's 30-acres of vineyards and gardens.
80854 Territorial Hwy, Eugene, Oregon, 97405
25.8 miles away from University Inn & Suites Eugene
King Estate Winery gives you an opportunity to sample their whole portfolio of current release wines along with classic vintages. In addition, a bottle list features wines that are not easy to locate outside of the winery.
While tours of King Estate Winery are of the walking variety, they are wheelchair accessible. Lasting about 45 minutes, the daily tours encompass the winemaking facilities and are led by Wine Educators. It’s recommended that you call 541-685-5189 to confirm tours availability.
ARE THERE ANY SIGNATURE WINES AT KING ESTATE?
There are two signature wines: 2011 Signature Pinot Gris and 2011 Signature Pinot Noir. Both are comprised of organically grown estate fruit with other fruit that originated from an array of sustainably grown Willamette Valley vineyards.
WHAT KIND OF FOOD IS SERVED AT THE RESTAURANT?
Lunch, which is served daily, boasts everything from fresh salads to sandwiches like house cured pastrami. Dinner can be enjoyed Wednesday through Saturday and features Dungeness crab cakes, filet mignon, and Oregon albacore. And brunch is a regular Saturday and Sunday affair where you can order brioche French toast, cheese omelets, and house-made tagliatelle.