Savoring the Southwest

Savoring the Southwest

After nearly 200 years in the making, Savor Southwest Washington Wine debuts Saturday, May 11. The Southwest Washington Winery Association (SWWA) hosts the all-inclusive wine and culinary celebration at the Pearson Air Museum. Merely a stone’s throw from Fort Vancouver, the historical trading post stands as the first location of grapevines in Washington…

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Chelatchie Crossing Smokehouse & Saloon a hole-in-one for barbecue lovers

Chelatchie Crossing Smokehouse & Saloon a hole-in-one for barbecue lovers

Recently the restaurant, bar and event space at The Cedars on Salmon Creek in Brush Prairie has undergone a revitalization and emerged as Chelatchie Crossing at The Cedars. The Cedars opened in 1975 and the bucolic setting is a golfer’s paradise. The new owners look forward to sharing one of Clark County’s best-kept secrets with their barbecue-inspired menu specially designed for the Chelatchie Crossing Smokehouse and Saloon

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Skamania Lodge: Wine is a big thing again at this Columbia Gorge Resort

Skamania Lodge: Wine is a big thing again at this Columbia Gorge Resort

If you’ve lived in the Pacific Northwest for any length of time, you’ve probably heard of Skamania Lodge. It’s a Cascadian-style retreat located in the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area in the town of Stevenson, WA. The lodge is known for its sweeping views of the Columbia River, its tree-lined 18-hole golf course, its award-winning Cascade Dining Room and its close-proximity to Oregon’s famous Multnomah Falls.

Celebrating its 25th Anniversary this year, Skamania Lodge dining room manager Debbie Flint is doing her best to make it a memorable one for wine enthusiasts…

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Oregon Wine Country's Hidden Gems

Oregon Wine Country's Hidden Gems

With more than 700 wineries in Oregon, there are plenty of hidden gems to be discovered. Whatever your personal palate, we've searched the back roads (and a couple main drags) to bring you some lesser-known stops on the well-traveled wine routes of Oregon

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Pomeroy Cellars: Winemaker Dan Brink is big on tradition

Pomeroy Cellars: Winemaker Dan Brink is big on tradition

Along the North Clark County Scenic Drive in Southwestern Washington, visitors who choose to explore the area will encounter peek-a-boo and full views of the East Fork of the Lewis River.

During the summer, when heat harkens swimmers, the Lewis River is actually at its lowest level. But in the winter and early spring months, the river swells and its power is both majestic and mesmerizing.

After a day of photo ops and hiking opportunities, nearby Pomeroy Cellars is the logical spot to...

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5 Wine Regions in 7 Days with UnCruise Adventures

5 Wine Regions in 7 Days with UnCruise Adventures

From world-renowned windsurfing in Hood River to hiking parts of the Pacific Crest Trail through Cascade Locks to fishing for trout and steelhead in The Dalles, the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area (CRGNSA) is teeming with discovery. 

It is this same geography that is home to more than 40 vineyards and is the jumping off point for UnCruise Adventures' wine cruises...

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Hello Washington Wine Month

Hello Washington Wine Month

Washington Wine Month is upon us and, with that, it’s Washington wine for the next 31 days. 

Pair all the best parts of summer with a bottle of beautifully-crafted Washington wine and all your adventures are sure to be amplified. From a day of rafting down a lazy river to a kayaking adventure on some white water; kicking your feet in a

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