Going pro with your hobby, just once, is more than enough for most people. In 2012, however, the Sanchezes decided to do it again. The idea they hatched was that if they had a winery, their tasting room could also be their art galley. They could combine the two, and the result would be a new experience for wine tasters. Potter’s Vineyard and Clay Art Gallery, was born.
Cabin fever is real and now is the perfect time to mask up and get away to Newberg! It’s your easy and responsible weekend getaway in Oregon Wine Country. Just 40 minutes from Portland, you’ll feel a million miles away.
The coffee is terrific, and if that’s all they had, coffee-crazed Newberg would have a hit on its hands. It might even stand on its own as a museum of motorcycle gear and cool rides. Then add to it, their plan to host community events, motorcycle and car meet-ups, art shows, swap meets, arrange group rides on local routes, and you get the picture — this place is different.
A quick cameo appearance with each guest, accept offers of any hands that get extended, followed by a long nap in the sunshine — repeat. The life of a Newberg Winery Dog. Visit our pals: Miss Cooper at Arlyn Vineyard, Kaibu and Shiba Wichern Cellars, Tenzing at Mad Violets Wine Company, Jojo at Styring Vineyards, Cherokee and Caramel at Natalie’s Estate Vineyard, and Mogli the cat at Parrett Mountain Cellars!
As we plan to enjoy the Summer’s weather and distance ourselves outside, we’ve got a list of fun things to do in Newberg, that allow you to stick close to home and socially distance at businesses who are practicing safe…
The monger’s motto is Radically Fresh, and you’ll sense that the moment you walk in the door. Their market list indexes the fish by price, as well as where and how they sourced it. Ask, and they’ll show you the fish in their cooler. Better yet, call your order in by Wednesday, and they’ll find the freshest options for you for the weekend. It’s almost like baiting the hook yourself.
One of Newberg’s surprising secrets is that it was once home to the young Herbert Hoover, our 31st President. You can tour this, the only presidential site in the Pacific Northwest.
Whether it’s a weekend getaway from Portland, or you’ve ventured here from points, further away, L’Angolo is the wine tasting experience you’ve dreamt about. Like following clues through an ancient vault, your adventure winds you up a gravel road. Tall…