wine bars/tasting

Five of Portland’s best wine bars

With a world-class wine region at our doorstep, it’s no surprise that Portland is brimming with wine bars that offer varietals from across the globe.

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Multnomah Village

Known as “the village in the heart of Portland,” historic Multnomah Village delivers small town charm mere minutes from the city center.

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Oregon Wines Fly Free

Members of the Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan members can check a case of wine (six or 12 bottles) at no cost on any flight departing from Portland and other Northwest cities.

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Division/Clinton activities

Lively places to gather with friends and make new ones, bike-friendly Division and Clinton streets are the place to saddle up enjoy life in the slow lane.

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Division/Clinton dining

You could plan a week's worth of meals on Southeast Division, the city's hottest dining corridor, and still not hit all of the must-tries.

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Central Eastside activities

Once a warehouse district, Portland's Central Eastside now stores exciting ways for people to connect with natural wonders, innovative tastemakers and bright minds.

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Urban wineries in Portland

Driven by winemakers motivated to move their operations closer to where they live and socialize, Portland has nearly a dozen urban wineries.

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North Willamette Harvest Trail

Each fall, visitors can get in on the wine-making action just outside of Portland with a glimpse into each stage of the harvest process.

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Washington County vineyards and farms

In this sliver of the Willamette Valley, farm-to-table isn’t a trend, it’s a way of life — and has been for years.

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Wine Country Thanksgiving

During Oregon’s premier tasting and cellar-stocking event, more than 150 wineries open their doors to the public, offering samples of favorite labels and special vintages.

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