R. Stuart & Co. is housed in a converted granary in downtown McMinnville. It’s here that they gather carefully selected fruit from some of the best vineyards in the state. Staying true to the fruit, owner Rob Stuart produces wines that are graceful, honest and warm. R. Stuart makes Pinot noir and Pinot gris, as well as other specialty wines—including an Oregon sparkling wine. Everyday wines are bottled with the Big Fire label. Sample these wines at the R. Stuart Wine Bar in downtown McMinnville, the perfect setting for pairing R. Stuart wines with good food and good friends.
Escape to the cozy Oregon Garden Resort, with sweeping views of The Oregon Garden’s stunning eighty acres. Our guest rooms are nestled in a series of cottages, each ready to greet you with a fireplace and private patio. Enjoy Northwest cuisine in the restaurant, live music each evening at the Fireside Lounge and a relaxing treatment in the luxurious spa. The resort is pet-friendly, and each stay includes breakfast and admission to The Oregon Garden.
The Fisherman’s Market in Eugene is a full-service fish market and restaurant that offers the largest seafood menu in Lane County. Many years in commercial fishing has given this family-owned business what it takes to offer the Willamette Valley the best seafood available. Drop by to pick up fresh salmon and crab, or sit down to Wahoo fish and chips or a lobster dinner. The Fisherman’s Market is the place for all of your seafood needs.
Delighting the taste buds of Northwesterners for thirty years with an array of fresh, handmade chocolate truffles, Euphoria is now featuring Oregon wine truffles, gourmet chocolate sauces, spice-trade truffles and more. With four Eugene company stores and chocolates sold in hundreds of gourmet food stores, gift shops, at specialty retailers and online, Euphoria has made it easy to treat someone special to the finest quality chocolates.
IN 1950, CREATURES FROM ANOTHER WORLD SELECTED McMinnville, Oregon, planet Earth as a place of curiosity and research. Their vehicle was nearly thirty feet in diameter and shaped like a flying saucer or a garbage can lid. If it weren’t for Mr. and Mrs. Paul Trent out feeding the rabbits on their farm that day, this foray would have gone unobserved by humans, and the saucer pilots would have quietly collected data before reporting back their observations.