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Explore Eugene's Urban Wineries & Territorial Wine Trail with Pinot Bingo

Becca Barnhart | 07/30/2016 | Eugene, Cascades & Coast, Farm Agritourism, Willamette Valley Activities , Wine
When the sun offers longer (and warmer) days, it's time to explore the South Willamette Valley. Sip a little different this summer with Pinot Bingo. Modeled after the successful Eugene Ale Trail passport, Pinot Bingo offers an opportunity to explore the flavors of the valley with fun prizes around every corner. Grab a passport and lets get started! pinot-bingo-eugene-oregon-wine Only have an hour to spare Check out Urban Wineries like Noble Estate Vineyard, J. Scott Cellars, Oregon Wine Lab and Territorial Vineyards & Wine Company. With locations dotted across Eugenes downtown area out to the Westside Warehouse District, each Urban Winery offers a unique twist on the delicious Pinot the Willamette Valley is known for, and many will surprise with delicious varietals one might not expect to find in the South Willamette Valley. Getting hungry Dont miss out on stops along the way that earn pairings stamps at participating restaurants, brew pubs and other tasty locations. When youre ready to see the countryside head to the Territorial Wine Trail that 17 Southern Willamette wineries call home. From the gorgeous Chateau Lorane that anchors the south end of the trail, to the beautifully wide open Benton-Lane Winery to the north, youll find delicate Pinot Noir, crisp Rose and everything in between while gathering stamps for Pinot Bingo prizes. When you score a BINGO bring your passport to the Adventure Center in Springfield to claim your prize. The adventure specialists are always ready to help plan your next excursion.
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