King Estate Winery, Eugene
About King Estate Winery, Eugene
King Estate Winery, Eugene - Address, Phone Number
Address: 80854 Territorial Hwy, Eugene, OR 97405, United States
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Timings: 11:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
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The King Estate Winery in Eugene is an organic winery that is especially popular in the United States for its trademark Pinot Gris wine. The estate was founded in 1991 and stands at a massive 1033 acres. The establishment boasts of a tasting room, fine-dining restaurant, organic vineyards and 30 acres of fruits, vegetables and flowers. The wine produced is a piece of art and the food absolutely delicious. As the kitchen tries to utilize the fruits and vegetables grown on the estate wherever they can, one doesn’t need to worry about the freshness of their food too. So do make it a point to drive down to the winery and let yourself be pampered like a royalty when in Eugene.
King Estate Winery Information
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King Estate Winery Ticket Prices
- Featured Wines tasting in Tasting Room: 10 USD
- Other wine tasting charges may vary. Inquire with Winery for details.
- Restaurant charges vary.
King Estate Winery Opening and Closing Hours
- Given timings are for Estate.
- Tasting Room Timings: Monday–Tuesday: 11am–5pm, Wednesday–Sunday: 11 am – 8 pm
- Tours of the Winery: 11 am–6 pm
- Lunch (Monday – Friday): 11 am–4:30 pm
- Brunch (Saturday–Sunday): 11 am–4 pm
- Dinner (Daily): 5 pm – 8:30 pm
How To reach King Estate Winery by Public Transport
- By renting or hiring a car/taxi.
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King Estate Winery, Eugene Reviews - Write a Review
Very classy, good dinner, yet not too pretentious; the salmon was amazing. They produce local vinyard's grapes; amazing pinot niors available here in the Willamette valley!
Farm to table. Breads, gardens, charcuterie , wine all from property. Can't think of too many places better than this! Was lucky enough to have lunch and dinner here - both were top notch. Wine is what draws us here , but the food will keep you wishing we could eat here Always! The Pinot noir is the best!
I've been out to KE at least a dozen things over the least few years. They've always shown attentiveness and professionalism amongst their staff, along with friendly and helpful demeanor. I've seen a few reviews claiming "snobbery" or "condescension" during visits but our repeat positive experiences make me skeptical and I wonder what *isn't* being told in those recounts. There are always children brought along, from wee babes to older teens. They are received just as easily and a children's menu is available. Usually, a visit out there, involves a larger group; with all of us ordering plenty of wine, starters, entreés and desserts. We've seen and tasted multiple menu revisions, representing multiple [local] food sources. Local butchers, local harvests, etc... The menu consists of delicious starters and entrees, offering a choice for most tastes (steak, seafood, vegetarian, etc..), and comes to your table beautifully plated. Every single thing I've ordered has been delicious and left me wanting to return again! Indoor dining is comfortable and charming, with very attractive timber architecture to surround you; fireplaces will warm you in cooler weather, while outdoor dining in warmer weather holds fantastic panoramic views of the surrounding vineyards and countryside. It's a wonderful place to visit for a special occasion. We'll be back again, soon.
Not the cheapest fare around but for a nice date or special occasion night, this is the place to go. Fantastic food, beautiful view, and good wine to pair. They worked well with my Celiac and dairy issues. My partner had crab cake appetizers and crab ravioli. He especially loved the crab cakes. I enjoyed the beet salad to start but it was their lamb that stole my heart. Get the flights of wine. Best price and taste values.
What a beautiful location and setting! Wonderful wines and tasting room. Had fun walking the grounds sipping wine. Decided to stay for lunch! 5 star on the food and service. Dined outside with awesome views of vineyard and valley! Vacant wait to go back with my husband!
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