Ahhh, autumn is here in Oregon’s Coastal Playground—Florence! The weather is awesome, the crowds are gone. Come squeeze out the last drops of summer while you can. To tempt you further, we’re offering some great deals right now. Florence is hosting its annual Wine and Chowder Trail experience October 7 and 8 in Historic Old Town Florence!


wine and chowder trailImagine a comforting bowl of fresh clam chowder, a glass of your favorite varietal, and the fresh ocean breeze wafting into town proclaiming the scenic change of seasons. Come relax, sample, and discover new favorites—you might even win one of more than 30 beautiful, handcrafted glass floats hidden in plain sight in the shops and galleries of Historic Old Town.


Saturday, October 7, features the Wine Trail from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. Discover a new favorite, or two, from 10 different Oregon wineries.


Saturday Night: Legendary Brazilian jazz percussionist Airto Moreira and his world-renowned 6-piece band will perform at The Florence Events Center at 7:00 p.m. Casual listeners and jazz enthusiasts alike will recognize Moreira’s work. He is a pioneer in jazz fusion and world music, contributed to major movie soundtracks, and has collaborated with a long list of iconic players such as Miles Davis, Chick Corea, Cannonball Adderly, Quincy Jones, Herbie Hancock, Carlos Santana, and Chicago.


Sunday, October 8, is the Chowder Trail from noon to 4:00 p.m. Sample from upwards of 10 locally-made chowders all around Old Town. Taste them all and vote for your favorite.


Get the Whole Wine and Chowder Trail Weekend for One Convenient Price—Just $214!

Each package includes your Saturday night, October 7, stay PLUS two commemorative wine glasses and 20 tickets (10 per person) for Wine Trail tastings on Saturday, two concert tickets for Saturday night, and two ballots and maps for Sunday’s Chowder Trail—an extra $100+ value!


The Wine and Chowder Trail package must be booked by phone by Thursday, October 5. Rates include room tax. Use promo code WC0917 when you call to book.


Call now: 541-997- 7131.