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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.
Known as “the village in the heart of Portland,” historic Multnomah Village delivers small town charm mere minutes from the city center.
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.
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.
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.
Once a warehouse district, Portland's Central Eastside now stores exciting ways for people to connect with natural wonders, innovative tastemakers and bright minds.
Driven by winemakers motivated to move their operations closer to where they live and socialize, Portland has nearly a dozen urban wineries.
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.
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.
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.