Pumpkins, Pinot and Pears. The Oregon Bounty harvest is on.
Did you know that over 80% of the pears in the world were grown right here in Oregon? Mostly in the Hood River Valley in Northern Oregon. It’s the perfect time to take that drive called the “Fruit Loop” in Hood River, Oregon. Winding through orchards, farms, roadside stands and vineyards, the Fruit Loop sounds like a perfect thing to do while you are visiting an Oregon Bed & Breakfast. Don’t forget to pick up some fresh fruit and a homemade pumpkin pie, or apple, or pear, or cherry. They all go great with the Oregon Pinots.
And then there’s the Pinots. Harvest of that lovely fruit that makes Oregon so famous for it’s wines will soon begin. Oregon’s prize winning, world renown, and absolutely palate pleasing wines are featured not only at our inns, but everywhere you go in Oregon.
Pairing some of Oregon’s wines with a few slices of several varieties of pears and of course pumpkin pie, makes for the perfect Autumn afternoon.
While you’re here search recipes, and see what dishes our innkeepers are making with Oregon’s “never ending harvest!”
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