So, you are planning a trip to Oregon wine country. You’ve been mastering my tips on how you can travel like a wine industry insider and you’ve been picking up business cards at the wine tastings you have attended. Now it’s time to put those connections to good use by writing to each of those Willamette Valley winery contacts and requesting an appointment and complimentary tasting for your small group of wine “enthusiasts”. You will save $15-$60 per person, per tasting, by being “comped”. Another way to save on tasting room fees is to share one tasting between two, or more persons. Read on to find a great itinerary for visiting the Willamette Valley.
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I welcome a guest contributor to WheresTheWineBlog- my Mother. She has written a recap of our trip to Paris. You will be hearing more about this trip in detail in the future.
Read more: Eight Days In Paris contributed by Rose Fullerton
March 14, 2017
Where's the wine?
The Istria Peninsula of Croatia
By popular demand, I am reprinting my article in Wine Country International Magazine.
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The annual Wine and Chile Festival should be on your travel itinerary if you love wine in a beautiful setting.
Read my tips for enjoying this event here.