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August 11, 2009

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Mary Cressler

So does that mean we have to wait for the book for the long form of your reviews???

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Hey, thanks for the great blog. My husband and I are going to Portland this week and were wondering if you recommend any wineries in particular that do tastings ($15-40 range ideally) this time of year. We are going to be traveling to Eugene at some point too. Not sure with all the bottling coming up. We are looking for any recommendations. Thanks!

Cole Danehower

There is such a large selection of wineries southwest of Portland that it is difficult to select only a few. However, I would highlight (both for quality of wines and quality of the wine tasting experience) the following: Domaine Drouhin Oregon, Stoller Vineyards, Domaine Serene, Chehalem, Scott Paul, Lange, Lemelson, Archery Summit, Bergstrom, Adelsheim, Argyle. There are many, many others, but any of these will illustrate the quality of wines that the north Willamette Valley can provide. I don;t have room here to go into specifics about hours and driving . . . you can check each of these out on the Web . . . but I highly encourage you to take a day and drive to the wine country: you will LOVE it, I guarantee!

Cole Danehower


There is such a large selection of wineries southwest of Portland that it is difficult to select only a few. However, I would highlight (both for quality of wines and quality of the wine tasting experience) the following: Domaine Drouhin Oregon, Stoller Vineyards, Domaine Serene, Chehalem, Scott Paul, Lange, Lemelson, Archery Summit, Bergstrom, Adelsheim, Argyle. There are many, many others, but any of these will illustrate the quality of wines that the north Willamette Valley can provide. I don;t have room here to go into specifics about hours and driving . . . you can check each of these out on the Web . . . but I highly encourage you to take a day and drive to the wine country: you will LOVE it, I guarantee!

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