Portland Short Bus

Portland Urban Wine Tours

Wine tasting isn't just a scenic cruise through the tranquil countryside surrounding Portland - you can enjoy it right here in our own fair city. Portland has a thing for vintage, ya know.

There are more than a dozen individual wine-makers right here in the urban heart of Portland. Just like our renowned distilleries, breweries, and restaurants, these places are aces. Hop on the Short Bus with up to 13 other revelers and let us provide you with a ride around town to these fantastic wineries.

Plenty of sipping, you leave the driving to us. The tour lasts approximately 4.5/5 hours and we will visit three urban wineries. We provide tunes, wine glasses (Your own drop proof Portland Short Bus glass to keep!), wine keys, a water cooler, and yes, you may certainly consume your wine purchases on our bus (Please, no outside alcohol on our Urban wine tours). Our meet-up location is at the centrally located restaurant The EastBurn.

Wine tours start at either 11am, noon, or 1pm, depending on the date. Please check the time on your selected tour.

The EastBurn
1800 E Burnside St Portland, OR 97214
Please do not contact East Burn about wine tours. Contact Portland Short Bus directly with all wine tour questions: (971) 209-2859.

Woohoo! After May 2nd, 2016 all tasting fees are included in the cost of your tour! That's like a $35 value!
For tour dates before May of 2016, tasting fees vary at each winery but range between $10-$15. Several wineries also offer a special discount for our tour customers.

Have a large group, birthday, or company event? You might want to consider a private pdx urban wine tour package tailored specifically to you.

Bring your confirmation e-mail at EastBurn and receive 10% off your meal either before or after the tour.

*Tickets are non-refundable - See more at: http://portlandshortbus.com/refunds.php

Current PDX Urban Wine Tours

Our tours are meant to be a social experience - they are a fantastic way for you to find new and unexpected friendships. If you have a group of 9 or more people, please consider a private tour rather than purchasing seats on our public tours. Often large groups tend to overwhelm fellow riders who frequently join in ones, twos, or threes.