Passport to A World of Wine in the Columbia River Gorge

"A World of Wine in Forty Miles"

That's the motto for the Columbia Gorge Winegrowers.  Americas' Most Unique Wine Region is located less than an hour East of Portland, Oregon.  Straddling the mighty Columbia River, the Columbia Gorge Growing Region includes the fertile soils of both Washington and Oregon!  From the marine influenced climate of Underwood Mountain to the arid dryland of the Eastern Gorge, from Albarino to Zinfandel, the grapes and wines of this unique region are a spectacular selection of sweet whites and luscious reds.

Columbia Gorge Wineries Grand Tasting in Portland
Monday, March 28, 2011
The preview event for Passport Weekend featuring wineries from the
Columbia Gorge in Washington and Oregon

Over 20 wineries will be coming to Portland for one night to pour wines from the Columbia River Gorge.  Come meet with our winemakers and discover the variety of wines from the Columbia Gorge and Columbia Valley AVA.  You'll be convinced to treat all your senses with a trip into the stunning Columbia River Gorge and attend the 'Passport Weekend'. 

Columbia Gorge Winegrowers Passport Weekend TicketsThe wineries span the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area through 40 miles of peaceful, open-roads running through double mountain views of Mt. Hood and Mt. Adams.

Stay a long weekend at a member inn of the Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild in the Mt Hood, Columbia Gorge Region.  One day can be spent in the Washington wineries, the next in our Oregon wineries then complete the weekend in Hood River's downtown tasting Rooms.  It's a wonderful way to spend the weekend and discover the variety of wines from the Columbia Gorge and Columbia Valley AVAs and the member inns of the Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild.

And this is just too cool.  The Columbia River Winegrowers now has an app available at the iTunes store!  Passports for the upcoming 'Passport to A World of Wine' are available on the app. Isn't that progressive? A World of Wine in the palm of your hand. Love it!!

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