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Use Bike Concierge to Explore Mt. Hood Territory's Wine Scene

| 04/12/2017 | Beer, Mt. Hood Territory, Outdoors, Sports, Spring, Wine

Now that spring is finally arriving in Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory and Oregon Wine Country, Oregonians are coming out of their caves to stretch their legs, looking forward to outdoor activities this beautiful region has to offer. Or, perhaps they are looking forward to begin enjoying the fruits of our winemakers labors. In a perfect world, we could combine those two. 

Guess what? It's a perfect world. Who knew?! 

The Bike Concierge has crafted an amazing tour that combines our love if cycling and the outdoors with our love of awesome wines into a 15-miles, three-winery tour. Peddle your way to Christopher Bridge Winery, Kings Raven Winery and Villa Catalana Cellars to enjoy some pretty awesome wines paired with truly beautiful countryside. 

Thom Batty and his amazing support staff will be at your side during the ride offering as much or as little assistance as you want. Need a tour guide? Let Thom fill you in on what you're seeing on the journey. Need a break? The support van will be tailing your tour and allow you to hop aboard and rest your legs. They'll also be there to store your wine purchases, so you can load up with bottles (or cases!) of your new favorite vintages. 

If you're more into craft beers or spirits, let the Bike Concierge offer a tours of our unique craft beer scene as well. If you have a group of mixed wine lovers, craft beer aficionados and even fans of spirits, their newest tour hits up Coin Toss Brewing, either Kings Raven or Villa Catalana Winery and new kid on the block Trail Distilling. The Bike Concierge will work with you to craft the perfect tour that hits all the goals you have in mind for your vacation. 

When you combine our amazing wineries with great bike tours, you get a winning combination for your next trip to and through Oregon Wine Country. See you on the trails!

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