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The Allison Inn Journal

News, Stories, Events, Food & Culture at The Allison Inn & Spa

Jetsetter – 7 Gorgeous Wine Country Hotels Around the World

Allison Inn And Spa And Vineyards

By Katie James

If there are two things a traveler should never go without, it’s a good hotel and great wine. Get the best of both worlds at a stunning property in a classic vinicultural destination, where you’ll be wined and dined by world-class chefs and get to tour impressive vineyards and sample incredible terroir. From Napa Valley to Mendoza, these wine country hot spots will make an oenophile out of any novice drinker.

Bridal Guide – Uncorked

Bridal Guide Magazine July/August 2017
by: Jenna Mahoney

Soak in the healing properties of wine with pampering vinotherapy treatments.

Allison Inn & Spa

Oregon’s Willamette Valley is quickly becoming one of the country’s most treasured wine regions. Home to nearly 500 wineries, the area, which is located just 45 minutes from Portland, is renowned for its pinot noir. In the heart of this red wine country is the 77-room Allison Inn & Spa.

Capture Magazine Features The Allison Inn and Spa

Capture Magazine 2017 Issue

Located on thirty-five acres of countryside that is home to Oregon’s most prized vineyards, we found The Allison Resort & Spa. This “five–star” modern Inn is environmentally –conscious, and showcases its bounty in the adjacent vineyards, abundant crops of hazelnuts, blueberries, olive trees, and flower and herb gardens.

Indagare Magazine – Best Of Summer Family Travel

Indagare Magazine - The Best of Summer Family Travel 2017

Oregon’s Willamete Valley

Situated at the same latitude as France’s Burgundy wine region, the Willamette Valley is an oenophile Eden and just a 30-minute drive from Portland. A more laid-back and less-glamorous version
of Sonoma, it contains more than 500 wineries and produces incredible Pinot Noirs, Chardonnays and Pinot Gris.

Departures (Restaurants) – Portland’s “Cuvée Weekend”

Chef's Table at JORY Restaurant

Departures Online Magazine – Portland Cuvee Weeknd
By Krista Simmons

Dining Agenda: New Restaurants and Food News This February

A global list of new and notable places to eat and drink

Portland: Allison Inn and Spa’s “Cuvée Weekend”

The Allison Inn & Spa, located in Oregon’s stunning Willamette Valley, will host its third-annual Cuvée Weekend February 24-25, bringing in some of the country’s most talented young chefs to collaborate on a dinner at the property’s restaurant, JORY.

TravelAge West Magazine – A Spirited Stay At The Allison

TravelAgeWest Magazine

By Mindy Poder

Flowing with soul and wine, The Allison Inn & Spa is a top luxury option in the Willamette Valley

There are more than 500 wineries and 700 vineyards in Oregon’s Willamette Valley, a 150-mile-long, 60-mile-wide area bordered by the Cascade Range to the north, the Coast Range to the west and the Calapooya Mountains to the south. With such a vast and perpetually growing number of wine slingers to sift through, travelers attempting to map out a tasting itinerary before their trip might struggle with selecting the right wineries to visit.

LAX Magazine 2017 – Oregon’s Willamette Valley

LAX Magazine Features The Allison Inn and Spa

The Allison Inn & Spa

“Every detail is considered and delivered with best in class furnishings, views, amenities and graceful service. Each room has a patio, window seat and fireplace. There are over 500 original pieces of local art including at least three in each room.” – LAX Magazine Winter 2017

The Allison is a LEED Gold Certified structure. Key green’ features include solar hot water, photo voltaic cells generating electricity, no plastic bottles used on property and a roof on the function space wing planted with sedum green eco roofing. A complement to the property’s sustainable practices, the resort uses reclaimed wine bottles from JORY restaurant to make beautiful, one of a kind, handmade glassware that is used in the guest rooms.

Travel Weekly: Upscale in Oregon wine Country

Travel Weekly - June 20, 2016 Issue

Taken from Travel Weekly’s Luxury Travel Section in the June 20, 2016 Issue:

“Residents of the Willamette Valley in Oregon’s wine country want visitors to know one thing right off the bat: it’s not Napa, a distinction they are proud of.

In fact, this upstart region is taking on California’s more-established wineries with a recent explosion of tasting rooms sprinkled around the valley, along with eateries serving up fine dining and a posh resort that rivals its California competitors in luxury and style.