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Thanksgiving Weekend in Oregon Wine Country

A festive weekend of tasting, delectable food, music and more awaits you throughout Thanksgiving Weekend in Oregon Wine Country. Here's a comprehensive list of wineries, activities, days, hours and locations.

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Trying Times for Oregon Wine

Economic challenges, locally and nationally, magnified by threat of legal restrictions. If passed, HR 5034, dubbed "The Comprehensive Alcohol Regulatory Effectiveness (CARE) Act of 2010," would restrict direct to consumer wine shipments across state lines. This is a sales avenue that many smaller Oregon wineries consider their salvation.
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After making wine for decades, David Adelsheim (right) hired Dave Paige (left) to assume head winemaking duties in September 2001.  Paige brought with him 12 years experience in working with Pinot Noir.

Adelsheim's Winning Plan

Pioneer winery isn't resting on past laurels in tough times

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Luke Bradford of Cor Cellars (far left) chats with a taster during the Columbia Gorge AVA event at the Hotel Monaco in Portland as Cor s Ed Cornell (center) and Rob Bell of Cathedral Ridge (far right) look on.

A River Runs Through It

Portland tasting showcases Gorge-ous wines
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Joe and Pat Campbell with their son, Adam, daughter-in-law, Carrie, and grandchildren, Georgia, Silas and Francis (youngest) gather at one of the Elk Cove s vineyards.

Second Generation Blossoms

Talent, dedication and sheer enjoyment of what they do describes the next generation of winery owners and managers who have begun to make their own mark on a maturing industry well on its way toward world acclaim.
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 Living With Wine: Passionate Collectors, Sophisticated Cellars and Other Rooms for Entertaining, Enjoying and Imbibing  by Samantha Nestor with Alice Feiring is reviewed by guest writer Janet Eastman.

A Case of Creativity

Empty wine bottles make a glorious return
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Seaside Wine Walk

Wine event in Seaside is May 15.
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Best Tickets on Sale

Tickets available for annual Doernbecher fundraiser.
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Race to the Race

Oregon Wine Country Half Marathon limited to first 2,000 people.
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On the Block

Bonaventure Senior Living presents the third annual Uncorked Wine Auction.
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Cool Cats and Cabs

For the classic pairing of wine and jazz, look no further than the East Willamette Valley
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One Down, 99 to Go

Willamette Valley Wine Century Club hosts special tastings.
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Christopher M. continues to be recognized and acclaimed by art critics and collectors alike for his ability to capture some of today s most celebrated chefs in their element.

A Stroke of Genius

"Painter of Chefs" will appear at Portland's Shaffer Fine Art Gallery.
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Vine-to-Glass Gathering

Science of Wine examines art, craft and science of wine
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Boutique Bash Beckons

Portland Indie Wine & Food Festival set for May 8
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From left: Jeff Davies, Ron Burke, Ralph Stinton and James Merlot.

Oregon Tours de Force

With all of the services available to wine tourists - from taxis to stretch limousines - how do you know which to choose? Professional wine guides have formed a local alliance.
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Danny Lang donated $800,000 to the Southern Oregon Wine Institute.

SOWI Gains Great Ground

Southern Oregon Wine Institute receives record-breaking financial gift and attracts top-notch wine lab
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Stacy Lill and Kathy Johanson take great pride in contributing 100 percent of the net profits from O Wines to fund scholarships for low income, high potential youth.

Education: "O" So Vital

O Wines creates scholarships to combat domestic abuse
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Win One for the Sipper

Spangler, others impress at 40th Greatest of the Grape
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Spotting the Uninvited

Fruit fly expected to be a formidable foe in the fall
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CNC Hits Its Stride

The Carbon Neutral Challenge is one of the first collaborative efforts in the world by a bloc of wineries measuring and reducing their impact on the environment. Fourteen wineries, representing approximately 20 percent of the wine production in Oregon, have completed their first year.
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