1. Boedecker Cellars 
Blends the Willamette 
Valley to Urban Portland

    Aspen Daily News Online (Jan 28 2013)

    1. Wine travel and tasting lore conditions those of us along the wine route to expect the bucolic best from our wanders and destinations.  From winding roads through thick forests, to open expanses of vineyard under even more expansive skies, the terroir is scenery.  After all, an afternoon spent kicking back on a winery patio is the lush life.

      And nowhere can that be more idyllic than in Oregon’s Willamette Valley, where pinot noir (and other requisite varietals) thrives in forested valleys, nooks and knolls.  If you have traveled and tasted there, then you know the magic.

      Contrast that with ...

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