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Boundaries for Taste

An important moment in the history of Oregon wine occurred in 1975, when Oregon began requiring every city in the state to implement an urban growth boundary. The result: numerous hillsides on the outskirts of Salem, McMinnville, and Forest Grove that are

  • By Randy Gragg
  • Published 08/28/2009


Beaker & Flask

  • By Mike Thelin
  • Published 08/18/2009


Koi Fusion PDX

Roving food cart attracts Portland foodies and Twitterati.

  • By Laura Klairmont
  • Published 08/18/2009


Caraqueña: Michelle’s Amazing Venezuelan Kitchen

Michelle Rossington brings Venezuelan flavors to SW Oak and 5th.

  • By Laura Klairmont
  • Published 08/18/2009

Restaurant Review

Pepper Power

The Padròn pepper has Portlanders playing culinary Russian roulette.

  • By Martha Calhoon
  • Published 08/18/2009

Portland Plated

Smaller, Cheaper, Faster

As the economy changes, Portland restaurants are forced to adapt or become extinct.

  • By Mike Thelin
  • Published 08/18/2009


Taster's Choice

Portland sommeliers take us through the perfect menus for our top 50 wines.

  • Published 08/18/2009

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Our Cup Runneth Over

More of the best Oregon wines that we couldn't fit into print.

  • By Condé Cox
  • Published 08/18/2009

Pinot Primer

Fevers and Chills

The summer of 2006 brought a heat wave that changed pinots, learn how vineyards coped with the challenge.

  • By Condé Cox
  • Published 08/18/2009

Vino Vocab 101

Crush Course

When it comes to wine, now you can know (or at least sound) like you know what you're talking about with these key terms.

  • Published 08/18/2009

Get Yo Grape On

Oregon's 50 Best Wines 2009

Oregon's one of the best wine-growing regions in the world—and we have the guide to finding the best quality and the best value to match it.

  • By Condé Cox and Randy Gragg
  • Published 08/18/2009

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