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Compass American Guides: Oregon Wine Country, 2nd Edition
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The guide that has it all–spectacular photography, evocative prose, insider tips, and detailed color maps to help you make the most of your trip. Written by longtime Oregon wine country residents, Compass American Guides Oregon Wine Country provides in-depth coverage of the history, culture and character of one of America’s most spectacular destinations! Follow your Compass to “get” there.

The best vineyards. Discover the state’s top wine regions: Yamhill County, Salem, Washington County, the Willamette, Umpqua, and Rogue River valleys, and the stunning Columbia River Gorge. Star ratings highlight the best spots.

Tips and tours. A wine-tasting how-to helps you sip like a pro. Timing tips reveal the best visiting strategies, and day-long driving itineraries steer you through each region.

Explore and indulge. Stroll around the dynamic city of Eugene or find a perfect lookout spot along the dramatic Columbia River Gorge. And learn where to splurge on exquisite meals or spread out a picnic.

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What the critics say about Compass American Guides:
“Lushly illustrated and intelligently written.” —National Geographic Traveler

“The most literate and elegant series of guides ever written about North America.” —Jan Morris

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