Pinot noir from the Willamette Valley established Oregon’s wine reputation by the 1990s, and ever since there have been the inevitable discussions about how it compares to pinot noir from Burgundy, considered the grape’s benchmark region.
If you identify as a foodie (or refuse to identify as a “foodie” because, oy, but essentially are one regardless) you know that a trip to Portland, Oregon, will not be a vacation in the traditional sense.
The Duniway is charming, centrally-located, and thoughtfully redesigned—a warm home for any visit to the City of Roses.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: One of only 20 hotels in the world to be awarded LEED Gold certification, the 85-room Allison Inn & Spa is the pinnacle of Northwest elegance.
With notes as varied as kiwi, vanilla, and anise, and consistencies ranging from cloudy to clear, saké is as rich in character and culture as traditional wine—but that’s often lost in translation.
Pendleton Woolen Mills has navigated the fickle world of textile manufacturing for over 150 years, thriving on a blend of innovation and tradition.
Red Hills Market delivers a taste of local goodness with a wide selection of cheeses, charcuterie, craft beer, and wine. The place is crowded almost all the time and for good reason.