King Estate WineryCurrently Closed
- Address: 80854 Territorial Hwy, Eugene, OR 97405, United States, 97405
- Timings: 11:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-5416855189
- Fax: +1-5419429867
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Food And Drinks, Winery, Family And Kids, Social, Wineries And Vineyards
King Estate Winery - Review
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
- Check official website for upcoming events.
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 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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Things to Know Before Visiting King Estate Winery
62.8% of people who visit Eugene include King Estate Winery in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
87.18% of people start their King Estate Winery visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see King Estate Winery
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting King Estate Winery
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King Estate Winery, Eugene Reviews
We had a dinner reservation for 5pm. We arrived early, checked in with the hostess and went to taste wine. At 5:15 we still hadn't been seated. Finally at 5:30 we were showed to our table. We ordered fairly quickly because we were starving. It took 50 minutes from ordering to receiving out food. When a restaurant is busy, I'm understanding. Had our server been attentive, I would have been understanding. Instead we were ignored. The wine is delicious. The food was tasty. But after out service, I will not be back and would discourage others from coming here for food.
We showed up without a reservation and sat at the patio in our grungies because we just left Dorena Lake. In a crowd of dressed up weekenders we were served without bias and treated well. The wine was a bit iffy, but the cheeses were sensational. Even the three-year-old had fun. Great view. Great service. Will certainly be back again. Thank you!
We had a reservation for 7:30 pm on Sunday, arrived on time, and had to wait while a table was prepared. We were seated at the closest table to the kitchen, the worst table in the house. The restaurant was slow and here were many better tables available. Also there was large loud party in the room next to us. The wine was great. The food was average at best. The salmon was over cooked and dry. The presentation was poor. The service was mixed as the staff also covered the large party. Overall, I have had much better dining experiences.
King’s Estate is my favorite restaurant to visit in the entire Willamette Valley. The scenery is gorgeous and secluded. The wine is excellent. They recently released an apple and pear cider, their pear was unique and delicious. Their cheese boards are to die for. Expect to pay a minimum of $50 per person, but it is very classy and the experience well worth the price. They offer tours of the barrel rooms and vat rooms. They have outdoor and indoor seating and offer blankets if you are outdoors. I look forward to going every year.
The only thing I can say good about this place now is the scenery. We've been there many times over the past 5+ years and it's gone down hill. Let's start with the wine...so so wine, not the same hasn't been for a while. We watched while the last time we were there the employees take a glass of champagne and a glass of wine off the same table and pour it back in the bottle. Might not seem like a big deal but what if a gulp was takin out of each glass. When we asked about it they told us "anything to save a buck".Gross!!! Accommodation for eating outdoors was minimal help, and they couldn't get two salads made the right way for the life of them, It was two of the same salads!!! It seems like all employees were kids, very nice customer service just seemed winery was lacking experience that day. This place used be wonderful now maybe think about somewhere else.