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At Oregon’s Allison Inn & Spa, you can wake up to a view of Willamette Valley from your terrace, spend the afternoon sampling Pinot Noirs at local wineries, then retreat to the hotel spa for a “pinotherapy” treatment.
That kind of immersive experience has earned Allison Inn the No. 4 ranking among wine country hotels, based on Travel + Leisure readers’ votes in the annual World’s Best Awards survey. The winners come in lots of varietals, from opulent hotels to cozy inns, and turn up in established wine regions (South Africa’s Franschhoek, Argentina’s Mendoza) and less-expected destinations like ...
With the vineyard, tasting room, weddings, and the rest of the buzz going on at Youngberg Hill, it’s nice to slow down as the evening arrives, and get to know the guests that are staying with us at the Inn. They hail from all over the world, and have found us through our website, their [...](Read Full Article)
Mail Tribune columnist Janet Eastman shares her recent experiences from a Vinotherapy session at Waterstone Spa in Ashland, and gives a heads up on upcoming local events:
EVENTS: The first Rogue Valley Wine & Food Festival will take place April 20 and 21 in what organizers are calling "the heart of the Southern Oregon Wine Country." You guessed it, the Medford Armory.
For Earth Day, April 22, people powered up on PowerBars will descend on glorious King Estate outside of Eugene to tackle a 5K Wine Country Run, come rain or shine (www.kingestate.com/run).
Diehards will compete July 15 ...
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