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.
Who run the world? Goats.
Fall Day Trips: Hood to Coast
And most within spitting distance of Portland.
Apple picking to wine tasting to river rafting, here’s how to make hay while the sun still shines.
Margaret Seiler, Marty Patail, Tuck Woodstock, and Julie Whipple
Food Event Spotlight
The Bounty of Yamhill County celebrates August 26–28 with hot air balloon rides and Pinot.
Think you know farmhouse ales? At Wolves & People, think again.
Take the Plunge
Breath-stealing waterfalls. Secluded lakes. Rollicking rivers. The Northwest’s greatest summer destinations hide off the beaten path—and within three hours of Portland.
Rachel Ritchie, Margaret Seiler, and Caleb Diehl
The family-run Willamette Valley icon lives on as a fortress of yesteryear fun.
From flamingo-ringed vintage Airflytes in wine country to shabby-chic coastal campers, tiny home (and trailer) tourism is on a roll.
Wine plus hiking equals … wiking!
Shabby-chic or contemporary elegance—which of these two vineyard vacation spots is right for you?
Argyle's dramatic new tasting house gives the Willamette Valley even more sparkle—plus where to eat, paddle, and shop in between tasting flights.
This Labor Day weekend, the Eola-Amity Hills’ most exclusive vineyards and wineries will open their doors for public tastings—and you could win two passes!
The rapidly-expanding Portland urban winery scene just got a bit easier to manage, thanks to a $20 passport delivering free tastings and tour notes to local wine lovers.