Oregon Wine Country


The vineyards and valleys of Oregon wine country, and the awe-inspiring Pacific coast from Netarts Bay to Cannon Beach


With local chefs and artisans, and with vintners and winemakers on exclusive private tours and tastings


About the heritage, craftsmanship and the art of fine wine, and expand your palette and passion for Oregon's iconic wines

Why Oregon

From the rolling vineyards of the Willamette Valley to the lush and dramatic coastline, our Oregon is full of exclusive tastings at top wineries, meet-ups with local vintners and winemakers, plus a night or two of magic on the Oregon Coast. Come to the Pacific Wonderland and appreciate it as only a MO/AD Retreat experience can offer.


Private access and personal touches: top local chefs preparing your feast celebrating farm-to-table craftsmanship, and in-depth private tours by some of Oregon's top winemakers. For groups with a passion for wine and fine dining, there is no shortage of exceptional cuisine and premium pinots.

Your Private Experience

Who It’s For

For lovers of food and wine, and groups who love celebrating heritage, craftsmanship and the art of fine wine.

When to Travel

Mid-May to September the weather is warm and mild. October is harvest season, with full autumn colors and cooler temperatures.

Make It Yours

Add a few nights in Portland, explore deeper in wine country, or add a few days on the coast—the choice is yours, and our team will make all the logistics seamless.

Day by Day

Although the focus of our MO/AD Retreat is wine, there are so many opportunities to delve deeper into cuisine, art or craft. Here are some of our recommendations for your MO/AD Retreat:

Day 1

Spend a day in Portland (we’ll set you up with a chef’s table at one of our local favorites), or head straight to wine country to celebrate farm-to-table craftsmanship in McMinnville, a charming little town in the heart of the Willamette Valley. Visit some of the region’s most notable vineyards for tasting and and in-depth appreciation of what makes this bucolic region so special. Of course, we’ll pair your bites with some of our favorite wines.

  • Private transfer from Portland
  • Winery visits and private tastings
  • Dinner in McMinnville

Days 2 - 3

Start the day at Domaine Drouhin, to celebrate French soul on Oregon soil (the family’s winemaking roots were planted in Burgundy in the 1880s). Next, it’s Hazelfern Cellars for lunch and a look at a newer winery, started by Bryan and Laura Laing in their Portland basement and now an award-winning go-to for the historic farmhouse setting. You’ll take in a handful of other wineries in the region, from Stoller to Argyle, including a private tour of Adelsheim Vineyard, started by David Adelsheim back in the 1970s as the first winery in the Chehalem Mountains appellation.

  • Wine tastings at some of our favorites: Domaine Drouhin, Hazelfern Cellars, Stoller, Argyle Winery
  • Private tour of Adelsheim Vineyard
  • Customize your itinerary with additional vineyards and wineries

Days 4 - 5

We recommend a few days on the coast to connect and recharge. After a fresh seafood lunch, head north up the coastline to Cannon Beach and spend the night just steps away from the ocean, with a sunset beach bonfire. You’ll have a full day here to enjoy the stunning ocean views, hike through towering forest greenery to a sprawling dramatic coastline, or simply enjoy the shops and restaurants of Cannon Beach.

  • Explore the Oregon coast
  • Cannon Beach sunset bonfire
  • Closing celebration for your retreat

Where We Sleep

The heart and soul of wine country and a cozy beachfront resort: Our boutique hotels reflect the beauty and spirit of Oregon


An intimate stay on the doorstep of wine country, filled with local artwork and brands throughout its spacious modern rooms. Every angle is carefully curated—down to the Pendleton wool bathrobes you’ll never want to take off. Enjoy Oregon luxury in its purest form.

Cannon Beach

Wake up to the gentle rhythms of the Pacific Ocean, with sweeping views of iconic Haystack Rock. You’re steps away from a sandy coastline and the local shops and restaurants that make Cannon Beach a go-to for any true Portlander. If the beach somehow isn’t relaxing enough, the on-site massages and sauna will be.

People Love MO/AD's Oregon

I have such an appreciation now of Oregon's wines and beauty. The food was spectacular, you made everything so easy.
Estrella P.
We wanted an 'insider' experience, which is exactly what you delivered.
Joshua M.
I enjoyed the entire experience: the destination, the curated itinerary and pace, and, of course, the wine and food.
Susan T.


  1. How many people are itineraries suitable for?

    Our itineraries can be tailored for groups of any size, whether it’s a small, intimate group of six or a larger team or group of 100 or more.

  2. What makes a MO/AD Retreat different?

    Our retreats capture the spirit of a culture and destination, tailored to your objectives, harnessing the potential of shared experiences. Our retreats serve as a vibrant platform for self-discovery, where we share connection and leave with growth, fun and inspiration.

  3. How does it work?

    We start by learning about your organization and goals. Our team takes care of all the details and supports to ensure all the logistics and communications are seamlessly managed. We also work with you to incorporate in your ideas for the retreat.

  4. What services are typically included?

    Our services cover the full retreat experience. We offer white glove support to you and your group, from detailed planning and day-to-day itineraries to local insights about the destination, on-site logistics, and 24/7 dedicated assistance. Our degree of curation, personalization, care, and local connections sets us apart.

  5. How far in advance should I plan a retreat?

    Preferably nine to twelve months in advance (earlier for holiday travel). We typically stay in unique, in-demand boutique and luxury hotels where advance reservations are important to secure the best accommodations possible.

  6. What activities do you offer?

    We curate your MO/AD Retreat to ensure the experiences are authentic, immersive, and included in your trip price. Our relationships unlock unprecedented access to the pioneers behind global initiatives and cultural movements.

  7. How much will it cost?

    Retreats typically include accommodations, private airport transfers, private transportation for all day trips and excursions, privately guided tours with local guides, exclusive VIP access and activities, and most meals. MO/AD Retreats typically cost $1,000 to $3,000 per person, per day, and vary by destination, time of year, number of people in your group, and types of activities you prefer.

  8. What's not included?

    MO/AD Retreats do not include roundtrip airfare to/from your destination, travel insurance, hotel incidentals, and any activities and meals not included in your itinerary.

  9. What deposits are required?

    After learning more about you, your interests, preferred style of travel, dates, and budget, we will present you with initial ideas and examples of what we can plan for you. In order to confirm your itinerary and reserve accommodations, a 25% deposit is required. The balance of your trip cost is due  120 days prior to travel.