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Willamette Valley Travel Guide

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Willamette Valley's Boutique Vineyards

Oregon’s Willamette Valley has long reveled in its status as the anti-Napa. Now its boutique vineyards have been joined by a luxurious new hotel and...

Oregon's Willamette Valley | T+L Golf

Oregon’s Willamette Valley, that is, where world-class pinots and golf make an intoxicating twosome

Oregon Turns 150, and Toasts to Itself

Beginning February 14, Oregon kicks off a celebration of its 150th anniversary as a state by showcasing its wines--namely its acclaimed pinot noirs--in a series...

Oregon's Golf Bounty

Savoring golf and wine in the Willamette Valley

America's Best Wine Country Restaurants

Looking for the best food in wine country? Here, T+L’s favorites.

World's Best Wine Country Hotels

Go straight to the source for a hotel stay paired with scenic vineyard views, locally sourced meals, and plenty of wine tastings.

America's Best Wine Bars

Toast your next vacation at one of the country’s top-flight wine bars.

Editor’s Note | November 2011

It’s all about the moment—not the hour, the day, the weekend, or the week—when it comes to my best travel memories. Small things stand out...

Exploring Burgundy, France

T+L finds authentic Burgundy—one of the oldest wine regions in France—with a homegrown winemaker.

Best Secret Islands on Earth 2010

Thirty under-the-radar islands, from Oregon to the Greek Aegean, where you can kick back and let yourself go.
HOTELS

Allison Inn & Spa

Situated in Willamette Valley wine country, the LEED Gold–certified Allison Inn & Spa is surrounded by colorful gardens, sprawling lawns, and seven acres of Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Thistle

Thistle lists its ever-changing menu on a chalkboard, along with the names of its purveyors. Its seasonality is so strict that it won’t serve Bloody Marys until tomatoes are in season. more ›


ACTIVITIES

Willamette Valley Wine Country

More than 200 wineries—among them some of the country’s top producers of Pinot Noir—are spread across this lush river valley, just a 45-minute drive from downtown Portland. In the... more ›


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