Month: May 2016

McMinnville rolls out new wine passport program

Over 500 wineries is a daunting number even for the most ardent wine fan so it’s nice when visitor centers take some of the guess work out of a few […]

Cruising the Bordeaux River with Rusty Grape Vineyards (recap)

As I sat in the sunshine on the bow of the ship finishing my most satisfying lunch, I gazed peacefully out to the remarkable view before me. The banks of […]

This Memorial Weekend, Sip Into Something Local

The Willamette Valley, Walla Walla and Hood River have their allures but did you ever stop to think about how things in your own backyard just don’t garner the attention […]

Food truck phenomenon returns to WillaKenzie

For the second year in a row, WillaKenzie Estate is inviting an array of local food trucks to showcase their cuisine alongside award-winning Willamette Valley wines. Beginning Memorial Weekend, visitors […]

Oregon Winery Weaves History into Future

At the top of a gravel drive in Banks, Oregon sits 35 acres of prime grape-growing land, with 17 currently planted in pinot noir, pinot gris, a small block of […]

North County wineries showcasing area’s beauty

In a three-part series that begins next week all three wineries that make up the North Clark County Wine Trail will host visitors on a walk along some picturesque and […]

Newest SW Washington Winery introducing lesser-known varietals to area

Remember school science projects? There was the famous Brady Bunch volcano (I’m dating myself), the almost-as-famous life span of a marigold conducted by yours truly and Laura Leadingham’s project which […]

Pomeroy Cellars offers A Class & A Glass Summer Yoga Series

For anyone who follows Pomeroy Cellars in Yacolt, Washington, you know that operations manager, Destiny Fuller, is passionate about two things—yoga and her fiancé’s winemaking style. Beginning this Friday, May […]

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