New Wine Perks for Oregon Flyers

Starting this fall, Alaska Airlines will offer passengers free wine transportation and tastings.

By Alisha Gorder July 16, 2013

Last summer, the Taste and Tote program made it possible for Alaska Airlines passengers flying out of select Washington airports to check one case of local wine at no charge

Now Oregon is getting on board with a “Wines Fly Free” promotion of its own.  From September 10 to November 20, Alaska Airlines passengers flying out of airports in Medford, Redmond, Eugene, and Portland (and Walla Walla, WA) can check their first case of wine for free. 

Plus, “Oregon Wines Fly Free” allows passengers on inbound flights to enjoy free tastings at some of the state’s top wineries including Stoller Family Estate, Owen Roe, and Willamette Valley Vineyards.  The catch? There isn’t one! Just bring your boarding pass within a week of your arrival date to one of the 115 or so wineries that have signed up to participate in the tasting part of the program.

We can only guess what you’ll be toasting to come fall. 

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