UPDATE YOUR TASTING ROOM LISTING
Claiming and beautifying your tasting room listing will ensure your vital visit information – such as hours, tour availability and address – are accurate. Further, the grape varieties, features, and region data available will give potential visitors every opportunity to find your tasting room. The process is simple and fast.
Below you’ll find step by step instructions on how to update your tasting room information. The update process has three primary steps:
Sign in / Register
Claim your tasting room listing
Update your tasting room information and save
STEP 1 – LEAVE THIS PAGE OPEN AND CLICK HERE TO OPEN visit.oregonwine.org IN A NEW BROWSER TAB
STEP 2 – SIGN IN OR CREATE AN ACCOUNT
Click “Sign In / Register” in the upper right hand corner.
If you don’t have an account, enter the email address you’d like to use on the right side of the screen and click “Register.”
If you already have an account, enter your login information on the left side of the screen.
- If you don’t remember your password you may request a reset here and one will be emailed to you
- If you don’t know your username or email address email Kai McMurtry
You should now be signed in.
[If you just registered a new account, a courtesy email will be sent with your login credentials but you do not need it to proceed.]
STEP 3 – LOCATE YOUR TASTING ROOM LISTING AND CLAIM IT
Click the search icon at the top of the page or the search box on the home screen and enter the name of your winery.
After you enter the name of your winery and hit enter, you’ll see results appear. Click on your profile.
[If you can’t locate your listing email Kai McMurtry for assistance.]
Next, locate the “Claim Listing” link and click it. This claim ties your tasting room to your account and allows you to edit the listing information.
[If there is no “Claim Listing” option see the FAQ below.]
STEP 4 – UPDATE YOUR TASTING ROOM LISTING INFORMATION
After you click “Claim Listing” a dialogue box will pop up that reads “Click here to edit your listing.” You can also always access your listings from your account menu by clicking “Edit Listings” as seen below.
On your listings page click the “Edit” option underneath your winery name.
You are now free to edit your tasting room information. Remember to click “Save” at the bottom of the page when you’re finished.
The details you provide here will be used in the 2018 Oregon Wine Touring Guide, on the Explore Tasting Rooms website and in the OWB’s internal industry database. Please pay particular attention to address, hours, website and phone number. Keep in mind the more detailed your listing the more useful it will be to Oregon wine consumers.
Thank you for providing us with the most accurate information possible. Please repeat this process whenever your tasting room information changes so consumers and the Oregon Wine Board are up to date.
If you have any additional questions, please check the FAQ below.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Repeat the steps above to find and edit each of your businesses listings. Please do not create more than one user account for this process. If you think one of your tasting rooms is missing please contact Kai McMurtry
We would still like to ensure we have accurate business and contact information for you. Please simply email Kai McMurtry.
If there is no “Claim Listing” icon present it means your tasting room listing has already been claimed. First, check your own account by signing in and selecting “Edit Listings” from the top right account menu.
If you previously claimed the listing it will be displayed here. Simply click on “Edit” to begin updating your tasting room information (Step 3 above). If your tasting room is not listed here, please email Kai McMurtry to find out to whom it has been registered.
If you already have a site account and your tasting room listing has been claimed then you’re all done. If you haven’t claimed your listing please do so, even if all your listing information is accurate.
You can update your tasting room information at any time as needed. Follow the instructions above each time a change is needed.
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