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Willamette Valley Vineyards: An afternoon with Oregon’s Pinot Noir

As part of Friday's festivities at the 5th Annual Wine Bloggers Conference in Portland, Oregon, we had to board unmarked buses that would take us into Oregon's Willamette Valley wine country. Our destination: Willamette Valley Vineyards and an incredible visit filled with Oregon's specialty, the Pinot grape. Willamette Valley Vineyards was named 2011 Winery of [...]

Pfeiffer Winery: Oregon Wines & Experiences to Remember

"Fine wine has a destiny," Robin Pfeiffer told us during our lively morning visit to his Pfeiffer Winery on the Wine Bloggers Conference 2012 pre-excursion to Eugene, Oregon.  The fact that Pfeiffer Winery sells 90% of their 70-acre sustainable vineyard's grapes to King Estate Vineyards, tells you they must be good. After a visit with [...]

The King of Oregon Wine: King Estate Winery

My first sip of King Estate wine was back in 2004 living in Seattle. Since then, they've been on my 'must visit wineries' list. When this year's Wine Bloggers Conference, to be held in Oregon, announced a pre-conference trip to Eugene with a King Estate Winery visit, I finally had my excuse to visit the [...]

World of Oregon Wine: Wine Bloggers Conference 2012

Wine bloggers of the world have descended on Oregon this week to explore the state's wine offerings. For those of you that haven't tried an Oregon Pinot Gris or Pinot Noir, get out there and get one! Over the next few days and weeks, I'll share more about the world of Oregon wine. I spent [...]

A Slice of Oregon’s Willamette Valley: Stangeland Vineyards

Tasting with Larry Miller, owner and winemaker of Stangeland Vineyards & Winery in Oregon, you feel right at home with him and his wines. On a little East Coast tour, Larry was at Planet Wine in Alexandria yesterday giving customers a peak into his four-acres of vineyards in the Eola-Amity Hills AVA. As a fan [...]

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