On August 21, 2017, people in Oregon will be the first to see the Total Eclipse of the Sun.
A Total Solar Eclipse is a very rare event and the path of totality is very narrow, only 60 miles wide. This total solar eclipse will cross the United States from Oregon to South Carolina. The last total solar eclipse to be viewable in the U.S. was 38 years ago, in 1971!
Watch the Great American Eclipse while relaxing in our sustainably-farmed vineyard. Celebrate totality (at 10:17 am) with a toast in a souvenir Go Vino glass; your admission also includes breakfast and our Vineyard Stroll Tasting Experience after the eclipse at 11 am.
The al fresco Vineyard Tasting begins in our Orchards vineyard with our crowd-pleasing Pinot Gris. Guests will then ascend a moderate incline to the Left Bank vineyard for additional white wine tasting and winemaker discussion. Stroll at your own pace to our Truffle Hill vineyard for our award-winning Pinot Noirs before returning to our Tasting Room Cafe where wine and food is available for purchase.
The walking tasting takes approximately one hour, and requires the mobility to walk on gravel, uneven ground, and climb hills.
$95 per person (Club member price, $75)
For More Eclipse INformation
For more details regarding the Great American Eclipse in Oregon's Willamette Valley,
please visit our partners at TravelSalem!
You can also find important eclipse viewing safety information and astronomical details at National Eclipse.
If you are seeking lodging, there is now mostly camping as the hotels are very close to sold out. Locations with camping close to Left Coast include the Polk County Fairgrounds, plus the neighboring cities of Independence and Dallas, Oregon. Also our friends at Eola Hills have a few rooms available.