Hotel News

This New McMinnville Hotel Will Have a Luxury Bunkhouse

The Atticus Hotel, opening in spring 2018, will also be home to Portland restaurateur John Gorham’s latest “Tasty” concept.

09/27/2017 By Hannah Bonnie

Sweater Weather

Your Ultimate Guide to Oregon’s Fall Harvest

Trying to get in the mood for autumn? Sample and sip at these 14 harvest tastings of food, wine, and beer.

09/23/2017 By Kayla Brock

The Vine & The Trees

A Timber-Clad Tasting Room in Oregon Wine Country

A Portland architect taps Willamette Valley heritage and Oregon timber to create a stunning space.

09/21/2017 By Rachel Wilson and Zach Dundas

Take Flight

3 Freewheeling Pacific Northwest Wine Country Escapes

From the vine-covered hills of the Yakima Valley to Oregon’s southernmost wine trail, forgo the usual crush with these DIY adventures.

09/13/2017 Edited by Ramona DeNies

Wine

Wine 101: An Oenophilic Cheat Sheet

From biodynamic to brix, pinot to pét-nat, school yourself before you sip.

09/13/2017 By Ramona DeNies

Vine of the Times

How a Fresh Crop of Winemakers Is Upending Oregon Tradition

From white cab francs to fruity gamays, pinot noir is no longer the only grape in town.

09/13/2017 By Chad Walsh

Wine Country Escapes: Back to the Land

An Iranian Immigrant Launches a Biodynamic Vineyard in Oregon

"We complain about what we’ve done to our environment. But just criticizing doesn’t help.”

09/13/2017 By Fiona McCann

Wine Country Escapes: Two Wheels

A Wine Country Bike Trip in Oregon's Eola–Amity Hills

Tour a close-to-home AVA on two wheels (or four).

09/13/2017 By Ben Waterhouse

Field Notes

Trail of the Month: Bird-Watching at Ankeny National Wildlife Refuge

Head south of Salem for wetlands and winged visitors.

08/14/2017 By Brian Barker

Architecture

Domaine Serene's Massive Dundee Hills "Clubhouse" Is an Old World Marvel

Opened last month, the giant tasting room is actually 12 tasting rooms in one.

06/16/2017 By Rachel Wilson

Hotels

Soon, You Can Check into These 6 New Hotels Outside Town

A ripple effect of Portland's hotel boom? Destination lodging options are on the rise elsewhere in the state—from wine country to the Wallowas.

06/15/2017 By Rachel Wilson

Wine Country

A New Tasting Room in Newberg Jumps on the Timber Train

Oregon-milled timber informs L'Angolo Winery's stunning new tasting room.

05/30/2017 By Rachel Wilson

Race Guide

Our Guide to 36 of the Season’s Best Races

Superhero fun runs, grueling singletrack centuries, waist-deep mud pits, and midnight downtown dashes—from spring through summer, we've got your number.

03/07/2017 By Regan Breeden

Check-In with Love

Hotel Romance: Nine Overnight Options for Valentine's Day

From urban oases to out-of-town escapes, we round up nine superfine hotels still taking in late-planning lovers.

02/07/2017 By Regan Breeden

Beer Me

A Newberg Brewery Battles a Surprising Foe

Young microbrewery Wolves & People wants to launch a weekend chef event series. A neighbor wants to shut it down completely.

01/23/2017 By Ramona DeNies

Food Event Spotlight

Gifts of Winter: It's Time for the Oregon Truffle Festival

The annual “black gold” blowout returns January 20–29, 2017.

11/21/2016 By Arlo Voorhees and Benjamin Tepler

Field Notes

Trail of the Month: High-and-Dry Winter Walks at Canemah Bluff

Look out over the Willamette River from Oregon City’s 332-acre nature park.

11/14/2016 By Brian Barker

We're the Best

The Willamette Valley Is Wine Enthusiast's Region of the Year

The international publication ranks Oregon wine country ahead of regions like Champagne, Sonoma, and Provence.

11/11/2016 By Ramona DeNies

Beer Me

What Does It Take to Pass the Ultimate Beer Test?

In a new book, Portland writer Lucy Burningham details her quest to become a Certified Cicerone. We asked how she passed a test harder than bar exams, what trends she loves, and why Portland's brew scene needs more women.

11/02/2016 By Ramona DeNies