It’s no secret the Northwest is home to some of the best drink-makers on the planet, and many of those come with unbeatable tasting experiences within this #pnwonderland. This winter, give a loved one the gift of adventure and good drinks with an experience they’ll remember for years to come. From drinking passports to mobile tastings and intimate getaways, there’s sure to be something for every drink lover in this neck of the woods. 

Savor Seattle Tours
Be on the pulse of Seattle’s food scene with these immersive, progressive “meals on foot” that showcase the Emerald City’s eating and drinking stage over the course of a couple hours. Meet owners and makers and create experience perfect pairings, all offered in a variety of tasting tours broken down by your focus and neighborhood. Make new friends with fellow food and bevvie enthusiasts as you toast to the city’s finest. | $52-140

For the bicycle and craft brew lover in your life, this beer tasting tour combines those two interests, resulting in one super-fun beer tour to some of Portland’s finest breweries. Peddle around the Rose City on this two-hour tour of three different breweries and taste some of the brews that have put Portland on the beer lover’s map. It’s a great way to make new friends, try new brews and get some exercise. | $25-35

Wine Country Bliss at The Allison
Nestled in the heart of Oregon’s wine country in Newburg is the Allison Inn & Spa, a stunning resort that serves as the perfect headquarters for a wine weekend getaway. There’s a variety of packages to choose from, most include access to the hotel’s spa and fitness center, but each is catered to specific needs. Tour Willamette Valley wineries by day and blow off some steam at the fitness center or in the resort’s spa, sealing with a multi-course meal at the hotel’s award-winning restaurant, Jory. | Prices vary by date

Passport to Woodinville Wine Country
Just a mere 30 minutes outside of downtown Seattle is Woodinville Wine Country, where you will find more than 60 wineries of the area’s 100+ participating in the 2018 passport program. The pocket-sized booklet allows tasters to explore the four districts either over the course of one weekend or over a couple of months. While each winery has different policies when it comes to tastings, every one offers uniquely delicious Washington wines. | $75

Vancouver Craft Brewery Tour
The beer scene in Vancouver, British Columbia, is getting the praise it deserves; so what better way to draw more attention to the craft brews being produced in the province’s most bustling city than to give the gift of a Vancouver Brew tour. The gift certificates can be applied to a variety of brew tours, but each include visits to three different places where beer enthusiasts can try some of BC’s finest craft beverages, while other packages include multiple seats, a filled growler and logo glassware. Great for your friend who’s been trying to find a reason to cross the border or venture into the city for the weekend. | $80-180

Red Mountain Trails Horseback Tours
If you have someone on your list who is itching to let their inner cowboy or cowgirl shine, a Red Mountain horseback tour to nearby wineries will be the ideal fit. On the tour guests will visit a total of three wineries, starting at Kiona Winery and traveling to two others via horseback trails. Horse-drawn wagons are also an option if straddling a horse isn’t the right move. Picture your gift-getter with the wind blowing through their hair as they blissfully ride through beautiful Washington wine country. | $150-245

Tour DeVine by Heli
If touring wine country by land is so last year, this impressive flight will be the right gift to give. The spectacular five-hour helicopter tour of Oregon’s beautiful wine country starts off with Champagne and snacks before guests are flown to the first of three Willamette Valley wineries. Throughout the tour, guests taste delicious Oregon wines and take in incredible views of the region. This trip takes sweeping them off their feet to a whole new level of fancy. | $400