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2008-2009 Northwest Wine Country Guide

Major Pacific Northwest wine-producing states include Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Montana. From perky Pinots to mellifluous Merlots to enticing Ice wines, the Pacific Northwest is making its mark as the most vibrant wine region in the United States.

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Table of Contents

4 Welcome

Wine aficionados love to brag that
our favorite beverage is now produced
in all 50 states, be it salmonberry
wine in Alaska or pineapple wine in
Hawaii. But no region in the United
States boasts as much innovation,
diversity, and explosive growth as
the one located in its upper-left-hand corner: the Pacific Northwest.

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5 Woodinville Wineries

Just a short drive east of Seattle lands you right in the heart of Woodinville’s wine country. You will find more than 30 wineries,
up from just a couple of handfuls less then five years ago.

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7 Columbia Cascade Wineries

The 34 wineries and tasting rooms in North Central Washington, informally known as the "Columbia Cascade" region, offer a wide variety of winetouring experiences that center around small, atmospheric towns.

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11 Yakima ValleyWineries

Established in 1983, the Yakima Valley American Viticultural Area (AVA) was the first in Washington State. Wineries here range from small, family-owned operations to large corporate entities.

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14 Tri-Cities Wineries

Wine is big business and lots of fun all year long in the hub of southeast Washington. Vineyards dot the rolling hills that surround Pasco, Kennewick, and Richland

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17 East Side Wineries

Wineries extend into Oregon, with the main towns being Walla Walla in Washington and Milton–Freewater in Oregon. Most wineries are on the Washington side, but there are many acres planted in grapes on both sides of the state line. This section covers Spokane, Walla Walla, Eastern Oregon and Southern Idaho.

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23 Columbia Gorge Wineries

Home to 30 wineries and tasting rooms and counting, the Columbia Gorge American Viticultural Area (AVA) is one of the most diverse wine-grape-growing regions in the world.

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26 Washington County Wineries

Washington County bills itself as the "Country Side of Portland." When you head out from Portland to tour the wineries of Washington County, you'll find more than a dozen wineries that produce the highly regarded wines for which the area is becoming well known.

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30 Yamhill Valley Wineries

The heart of Oregon's wine country is in Yamhill County. Many of the pioneers responsible for Oregon's emergence as a world-class wine region began their operations here about 35 years ago.

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35 Eugene Area Wineries

Growing legions of wine lovers are learning that Lane County, at the southern region of Oregon's Willamette Valley, has not only the most covered bridges of any county west of the Mississippi, but an absolutely outstanding array of wineries.

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38 Southern Oregon Wineries

The Rogue Valley, Applegate Valley, and Umpqua Valley are home to more than 40 wineries, each valley a designated American Viticulture Area, or AVA. The region stretches 125 miles south of Eugene to the California border.

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45 Oregon Coast Wineries

The Oregon Coast is known for its uncrowded beaches, rugged headlands, charming towns, and, more and more, for its unique wines.

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