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Wine Lover's Guide to the Columbia Gorge

With more than 1,000 vineyards producing around 3 million cases of wine per year, Oregon is a prime spot for wine connoisseurs in search of an alternative to Napa and Sonoma mainstays farther south. The Columbia River divides Oregon and the state of Washington to the north, and both sides of the river feature numerous wineries under the shared Columbia Gorgeappellation. The region produces a diverse array of varietals, including syrah, cabernet, and riesling, and is equally attractive for its spectacular forest and river landscapes and abundance of outdoor recreation opportunities.
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