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Willamette Valley

Listed under Wine Regions in Portland, United States.

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The Willamette Valley of western Oregon is a Pinot Paradise. It is home to some of the most scenic wine routes in the country. It is also a land where factory wineries are unheard of and family-owned is the key word. Calm, welcoming environment, classy wines and the great Pacific just a short jaunt away.

Written by  Patrick Fegan.

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