Sunday, December 14, 2008

Designer Tasting Rooms - Van Duzer Vineyard



Perhaps the best dressed tasting room I've visited, Van Duzer vineyard knows what's in style. Its labels feature the wind-goddess Zephyr, and are drawn in much the same style as the trendy posters and magazine illustrations of Alfons Maria Mucha. Located down a dirt road, the winery is surrounded by the clean air and green fields of Oregon's Willamette Valley.



If you're looking for the winery, you can see it a long way off, perched at the top of a hill with rows of vines swaying down the slopes. The view from up there is exquisite, but once inside, visitors enter another visual playground:

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