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- By Wine EnthusiastNew World Wine Destination: Willamette Valley, ORGuide: https://enth.to/NewWorld Willamette Valley’s Pinot Noir garnered early comparisons to Burgundy. Today, the region stands on its own, rather than as some replication of Europe. That evolution was driven by small producers, though big investment is on the rise. Still, green-and-tan patchwork blanket rolling hills, a mix of vineyards and agriculture punctuated by forest, remains a bucolic world apart.21 items
- By Wine EnthusiastCity Guide: McMinnville, OR (Willamette)Guide: https://enth.to/McMinnvilleOR McMinnville encapsulates all that is magical about wine touring in Oregon’s Willamette Valley: a heady mix of tasting rooms, breweries, restaurants, galleries and boutiques. It’s also home to Linfield College’s main campus, which hosts the International Pinot Noir Celebration each July. The historic downtown along East 3rd Street is lively and walkable, as is the nearby Granary District, which offers 10 wineries, two breweries and popular Flag & Wire Coffee Co.14 items
- By Wine EnthusiastCity Guide: Portland, OregonGuide: https://enth.to/Portland 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 combinations of flavors from around the world. With the Willamette Valley just an hour out of town, there’s wonderful wine everywhere, too.18 items
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