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  1. Pheasant Valley Organic Vineyard and Winery

    Pheasant Valley is the first certified organic vineyard in the Columbia Gorge, and its orchards are the first certified organically farmed orchards in the valley as well. The particular lure of Oregon wines is the intense fruit and a remarkable similarity to renowned wine grape regions…

    Location: 3890 Acree Drive, Hood River, OR 97031
  2. Pomeroy Living History Farm

    Pomeroy Living History Farm sits nestled among tall firs in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains in southwestern Washington State.  Situated along the scenic Lewis River, the farm is an interactive educational museum that depicts domestic and farm life from both the early 20th century…

    Location: 20902 N.E. Lucia Falls Road, Yacolt, WA 98675
  3. Rasmussen Fruit

    Rasmussen Fruit is a family-owned farm in Oregon’s Hood River Valley, a “visitor’s favorite farm since 1963.” The scenery is spectacular, with snowy Mt. Hood and Mt. Adams and a picture-perfect lush valley in between, giving Rasmussens a “down-home” feel that visitors find very relaxing.  This is…

    Location: 3020 Thomsen Road, Hood River, OR 97031
  4. Red Wine and Chocolate

    The natural affinity between dark chocolate and red wine is no secret. The Red Wine and Chocolate event weekend in the Yakima Valley provides a distinctive and elegant offering of fine chocolate and fine wine. Visit the more than 70 wineries in the Yakima Valley…

  5. RoadRunners Roadside Cafe

    RoadRunners was hand-built in a refurbished German sausage trailer. The owners grow saffron on the property, and you can get a saffron burger or saffron steak stir-fry any time of the year, as well as saffron bulbs and potted saffron plants. The restaurant is situated along Highway 227, the Crater…

    Location: 105 Days Creek RD., Days Creek, OR 97429
  6. Rogue Creamery

    Rogue Creamery is an artisan cheese company, with people dedicated to sustainability and the art and tradition of making the world’s finest handmade cheese.  The creamery’s history dates back to the Great Depression, and it is globally recognized and award-winning for artisan cheese products crafted…

    Location: 311 N Front St, Central Point, OR 97502
  7. Silvan Ridge Winery

    Silvan Ridge Winery was established in 1979 (as Hinman Vineyards) and is maintained in the tradition of a small European winery. It is located just 15 minutes southwest of downtown Eugene, nestled in the heart of the Southern Willamette Valley.

    Location: 27012 Briggs Hill Road , Eugene , OR 97405
  8. Springhouse Cellar Winery

    The owners of this unique business work hard to make their winery consistent with their views on eco-friendly living – for example, all wines are on a spigot system to reduce the number of bottles they need to use. You’ll enjoy the intimate, family feel of this…

    Location: Hood River, OR 97031
  9. St. John The Forerunner Greek Orthodox Monastery

    Bakery and gift shop stocked with Greek pastries, jams and jellies, natural soaps, and much more, all hand-crafted by nuns and novices of the monastery.  This is a place where the philosophy of many Northwest residents trying to live in close proximity with nature and…

    Location: 5 Timmer Lane, Goldendale, WA 98620
  10. Starr Alpaca Farm

    Starr Alpaca Farm is a medium-size alpaca farm that produces high-quality alpacas for breeding stock and fiber production.  Alpacas produce a renewable resource of fiber every year. The alpacas are shorn in May, and their fiber is processed into yarn in its natural color.  Fiber…

    Location: 36801 SE Proctor Rd, Boring, OR 97009
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