Budding Interests

Oregon AVAs offer growing variety of Vitis vinifera

Budding Interests

David checks on Pinot Noir in barrel during the vintage of 1983.##Photo by Tom Ballard

Honoring Eyrie

Winery celebrates half century with look to fine future

David checks on Pinot Noir in barrel during the vintage of 1983.##Photo by Tom Ballard

Honoring Eyrie

Danuta Pfeiffer, co-owner of Pfeiffer Vineyards with her husband, Robin Pfeiffer.

True Grip

Danuta Pfeiffer publishes gripping memoir

Danuta Pfeiffer, co-owner of Pfeiffer Vineyards with her husband, Robin Pfeiffer.

True Grip

The trade show continues to be a popular component of the Oregon Wine Symposium.##Photo by Carolyn Wells Kramer

Symposium 2015

Annual event highlights wine industry success

The trade show continues to be a popular component of the Oregon Wine Symposium.##Photo by Carolyn Wells Kramer

Symposium 2015

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Oregon Wine Country Getaway Guide

North Willamette Valley

McMenamins Grand Lodge

McMenamins Grand Lodge

3505 Pacific Avenue
Forest Grove, OR 97116
503-992-9533 | www.mcmenamins.com

Distinctive Destinations

Distinctive Destinations

Exceptional Vacation Homes
in Oregon Wine Country
503-476-2211 | distinctivedestinations.com

McMenamins Hotel Oregon

McMenamins Hotel Oregon

310 NE Evans Street
McMinnville, OR 97128
503-472-8427 | www.mcmenamins.com

Oregon Wine Cottage

McMinnville, OR 97128 | 503-883-1974
info@oregonwinecottage.com
www.oregonwinecottage.com

Oregon Coast

Idyllic Beach House

Tierra del Mar, OR
(5 miles north of Pacific City)
503-662-5420 | www.idyllicbeachhouse.com

Columbia Gorge

Best Western Plus Hood River Inn

1108 E Marina Way
Hood River, OR 97031
800-828-7873 | www.hoodriverinn.com

EMPOURIUM

Cracker Addicts

For those hooked on crrrunch

 

A Pairing of Socks

Food and wine for your feet. Sock designers celebrate their love of food and wine.

Raising the Bar

Oregon’s chocolatiers find inspiration in unconventional ingredients

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COMMENTARY

Say What?

What is the most unusual wine varietal you have ever tasted that was surprisingly good (or bad)?

New York’s Winest

Michael Dorf talks wine, music and more

Savoring the Sip

Now you may taste the wine

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