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Best Pumpkin Patches in Oregon (Near Portland + More!)

Oregon is one of the best places to enjoy the fall, and you will find that there are almost unlimited autumn activities to do in Oregon if you are visiting during this time of the year!. Oregon is beautiful year-round and full of gorgeous hiking trails, places to kayak, and...
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Kriselle Cellars Offers Oregon’s Best Wines and Wood-Fired Pizza

Kriselle Cellars Winery is purposefully misnamed after the founder’s wife, Krisell. Scott Steingraber, owner, and wine-maker, thought it would be easier for everyone to pronounce. Either way, Kriselle, is on the tip of Joseph V. Micallef’s tongue. He is the Forbes Magazine contributor who praised them by calling their Sauvignon...
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Oregon’s Red Electric wines holler ‘all aboard’

Red Electric is a train-inspired wine label that is clearly on the right track. The Red Electric wine project is a partnership between Doug and Michele Ackerman of Armstrong Vineyard, Newberg, and veteran winemaker John Grochau of Grochau Cellars in Amity. Their brand name is a tip of the cap to the bright red train cars that once ran on electrified railway lines from Portland to Hillsboro, McMinnville and Corvallis.
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Oregon wine region get EU protected status

The Willamette Valley received formal recognition and protection by the European Union (EU) through Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) Status approval. It’s a major breakthrough in global brand awareness and a milestone for the Valley’s many hardworking wine growers and winemakers. The PGI system protects iconic names of agricultural products, spirit drinks and wines with a link to their geographical origin, including well-known products such as Champagne and Barolo. Only two American wine regions, Napa Valley and now the Willamette Valley, carry this distinction.
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The Milkshakes From The Fields Station In Oregon Are World Famous

It isn’t every day that you can say you’ve had a world famous milkshake. But at The Fields Station in Oregon, you’ll get to do just that! The Fields Station draws travelers from far and wide for a taste of their famous milkshakes, which they exuberantly claim to be “world-famous since 1881!” We’re not going […] The post The Milkshakes From The Fields Station In Oregon Are World Famous appeared first on Only In Your State.
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Prepared food tax is not new Oregon, other communities have passed similar measures

The Cannon Beach City Council is scheduled to vote on a resolution Aug. 3 that would put before the voters on Nov. 2 a question whether to impose a food tax. The city of Cannon Beach has talked about using this food tax to fund a new city hall and improvements to the police station as well as to help the Cannon Beach Rural Fire Protection District with its budget shortfalls.
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Grab a Boost of Blue - fresh Oregon blueberry season is here

Fresh Oregon-grown Blueberries are one of the joys of summer and right now they’re at the peak of perfection. Thanks to Oregon’s skilled and passionate growers, this season will yield another bountiful harvest. With a reputation for producing the best quality fruit with the highest crop yields, Oregon blueberry growers...
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A to Z 2020 Riesling (Oregon)

This lively, low alcohol wine is slightly pétillant and bursting with fresh fruit flavors. Mandarin orange, Meyer lemon, pink grapefruit and Cosmic Crisp apple all come to mind, with lovely hints of citrus rind. The penetrating finish is dry but not at all austere. Paul Gregutt. rating. 91. Price. Variety.
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5 Best Barbecue Restaurants in Oregon

Nothing else will satisfy a craving for a good barbecue. Smoked meats are a specialty in Oregon. If you're craving brisket, pulled pork, or a smoky rack of ribs, the great barbecue joints of Oregon have what you need. Our favorites are listed here.
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Public Coast Brewing Farm is now Open on the Oregon Coast

Cannon Beach, Oregon’s Public Coast Brewing has opened the Public Coast Farm in Banks, OR for farm fresh fruits, local preserves, u-pick berries, and of course their own craft beers. This Saturday the farm will kick off the fact that they are now open to the public with an event based around their signature fruit - Blueberries.
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Dine On A Top Chef Level Meal At Soter Vineyards In Carlton, Oregon

This year, Oregon was launched into the national culinary scene in a big way. “Top Chef Portland” aired on Bravo TV this spring, and featured two Oregon chefs: Gabriel Pascuzzi, chef and owner of the Portland restaurants Mama Bird and Stacked Sandwich Shop, and Sara Hauman, who leads the culinary program at Soter Vineyards, creating some of the most innovative and delicious fare in the Willamette Valley. While neither of these Oregon-based cheftestants took the coveted title, simply competing in this competition was a huge honor; and in fact, since the season aired, Soter Vineyards has been receiving record-level reservations, as folks are eager to dine on a Top Chef level meal created by Chef Sara.
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5 Best Mexican Restaurants in Oregon

If you want a big, juicy burrito, tacos filled with flavor, or a spicy chile stuffed with a tangy, refreshing margarita, what's your go-to? This is why I created a list of some of Oregon's most delicious, highest-rated Mexican joints. You won't want to miss these 5 excellent restaurants:
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A kombucha mystery that Oregon State researchers are out to solve

Oregon was home to one of the first kombucha brands in the United States and has since maintained its status as a leader in the $1.4 billion global industry. Local outfits such as Tualatin-based Brew Dr., Bend-based Humm and Portland’s Kombucha Wonder Drink are some of the top brands around.