Monday, October 10, 2011

47 Words About Oregon's Sip 47 – A Region in its Own Right

For the fourth annual Regional Wine Week, the peeps behind the DrinkLocalWine.com have challenged writers, bloggers and enthusiasts to write about wine regions in the other 47 states (places besides Oregon, California and Washington). I know, right? I’m almost certain there are fine regions in the other U.S. states, and yes, they probably could use coverage more than others, however, for obvious reasons, I just couldn’t let this one pass by. Besides, it’s considerably more fun to make your own rules.



47 Words About Oregon's Sip 47 – A Region in its Own Right
Discover…
Oregon’s best-kept secret.
Explore…
A hidden gem of wine trails.
Meander…
Willamette Valley’s “Road Less Traveled”.
Savor…
Artisan wines, world-class Pinot noir, premium sparkling wines and craft saké.
Experience…
The road with one streetlight that might make you forget about other wine regions in the world.

(For more information on Oregon's Sip 47,  visit their website and join them on Facebook.)

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