A couple of weeks ago, we went to Oregon for some R&R with local friends, and hit the wineries, near Dundee, south of Portland. This one is special, to me: Drouhin is a well known family in Burgundy, France, who was one of the first to establish a Pinot Noir growth in Oregon. The wine is good, but I think too pricey (much more expensive than their counterpart in France, actually...). On top of the hill, the back view The tasting room NIKON D2H    ---    28mm    f/4.5    1/750s    ISO 200 This is Domaine Serene, right next door, a really nice property with good wines. NIKON D2H    ---    18mm    f/8.0    1/1000s    ISO 200 The interior is reminiscent of a mansion Nothing better than enjoying wine in good company, is there? Apart from sharing pictures at the Cafe, of course! :smile: Cheers!