qThis is the new 'gotta have' guide to Oregon's wine country.qaJean Yates, President, Avalon Wine, Corvallis This guide to Oregonas burgeoning wine scene provides exhaustive coverage of the entire state, from the renowned Willamette Valley to the distant Umatilla Valley. It is the guidebook for oenophiles who want to learn about Oregon's wineries, and for anyone who enjoys great wine and longs to see more of this diverse and beautiful state. Included are wineries with and without official tasting rooms as well as those that are open only by appointment. The authors also provide a wide array of dining and lodging suggestions and spotlight unique attractions, recreation options, and natural wonders for travelers to seek out in their spare time. As in every Explorer's Great Destinations title, detailed maps and the authors' insider knowledge make this book a must-have for travelers and residents alike. A unique and practical Great Grape Destinations checklist rounds out this invaluable resource. Use it to help you enjoy your trip to Oregon's vibrant cities and towns, stunning countryside, andaof courseadistinctive wineries. Includes: history, getting around, wineries, lodging, dining, attractions, recreation, shopping, and more!12a5 Fee: $10 for white flight, $12 for red Owners: Rob and Maria Stuart Winemaker: Rob Stuart Wines: Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, rosAc, ... Theya#39;re especially proud of the 2007 Big Fire Red, which earned acclaim from the Wall Street Journal as one of the countrya#39;s best wine buys. ... Room: Daily 11a5 Fee: Complimentary Owner: Delford M. Smith Rolling out the Barrels These days, Oregon can even claim.
|Title||:||Explorer's Guide Oregon Wine Country: A Great Destination (Explorer's Great Destinations)|
|Author||:||Sherry L. Moore, Jeff Welsch|
|Publisher||:||The Countryman Press - 2011-10-01|