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The Best Time of Year to Visit the Willamette Valley

What to Consider The Willamette Valley is famous for its wine, especially Pinot Noir. While it's becoming a more popular tourist destination for wine tastings, as well as delicious food, the weather in Oregon can be unpredictable. Rather, Oregon is not particularly...

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Oregon’s Iberian Connection

The impact of Iberian grapes on the Oregon wine industry can’t be measured simply by overall production. The state’s reputation for world-class Pinot Noir is well established, but those premium bottlings are anchored principally in the Willamette Valley. Southern...

Did you know Oregon has the most B Corp wineries…in the world?

If B Corps are the wave of the future, then Oregon wineries are happily surfing the crest of that wave. A Certified B Corp is a business that meets the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency and legal accountability to...

Local Meets Global in Portland, Oregon

Portland originally earned the nickname Stumptown because its rapid growth meant that freshly cut tree stumps littered empty lots. Today, the city’s food and drink scene continues apace, marked by an emphasis on locally grown and produced ingredients, and playful...

What to do with Leftover Wine

To Save or Not to Save? Once you've opened a bottle of wine, you really should drink it within 3-5 days for the freshest flavor. But, if that's not possible, you can do some things to preserve it's taste and quality once it's been opened. Note that Pinot Noir is one...

Cheese Pairings for Pinot Noir

Wine and Cheese Wine and cheese is the perfect combination! In the Willamette Valley, Pinot Noir is king. So, once you've got your bottle of Oregon Pinot Noir opened, it's time to enjoy some snacks with it. Pinot Noir is incredibly diverse and easy to drink, but there...

How to Store Wine

Keep Your Wine at its Best Now that you've got your wine, how can you store it to ensure it tastes its best? There are some cardinal rules about storing unopened bottles of wine that all wine enthusiasts should follow. Temperature Heat The worst thing for wine? Heat....

Willamette Valley Restaurants

Fuel your Wine Tastings Newberg In Newberg, you don’t want to miss a chance to eat at The Painted Lady, where you’ll find some of the finest French cuisine in Oregon. Try the multi-course tasting menu with wine pairings. Recipe is another great choice for wine-country...

Where to Stay in the Willamette Valley

Your Home Away from Home An important part of planning your trip to the Willamette Valley is considering where you want to stay. Here, there are plenty of different accommodations that will meet every travelers needs. For example, the Willamette Valley boasts...

How to Get to the Willamette Valley

Start your Wine Tastings By Air Welcome to the Willamette Valley! If you’re flying in, the nearest International airport is in Portland (PDX). It's about 45 miles from the center of wine tastings in the Willamette Valley. Once you land, you’ll need to rent a car and...

Best Dundee Wineries

Dundee Wineries There are dozens of wineries in Dundee that you can stop at and have a taste. You could easily spend a week in Dundee doing nothing but wine tasting. The best part is that there are a lot of tasting rooms in town, so you can actually park your car and...