OREGON

Season 2, Episode 1

Mountains, valleys, bridges, gorges, rivers, cities, and countrysides: if you name it, Oregon has it! In this episode, we'll explore why the Willamette Valley has established itself as a premier growing region for Pinot Noir, the difference between sustainable/organic/biodynamic, fish on the Columbia River, make art in downtown Portland, cook some amazing fish dishes at Ned Ludd restaurant, and explore the Columbia Gorge. Time to venture outside of California on this inaugural episode of Season 2!

filmed May, 2019     |     runtime 35 minutes



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OREGON EPISODE BREAKDOWN


Oregon

Oregon is the kind of place you visit once and go, “I could live this kind of life”. It feels like a secret that you can’t believe no one else has discovered. There are beaches, mountains, coastline, wine county, cities, gorges, and more. It’s one of the most fertile areas of the whole county, which is great for food and wine lovers; amazing produce year-round, and a whole lot of wine growing regions ready to be explored. If I were looking to buy some vineyards, I think I’d do it here. There's also a huge commitment to the environment and responsible farming that means you can feel good about what’s going into your body and the land!

Columbia River & Portland

Oregon can appeal to both city and nature lovers. We were able to go fishing in the Columbia Gorge, as well as explore the lively city that is Portland. The ying and yang of the area is what makes it so special; check it out in the clip below!