Travel Oregon Runs Wanderfeast Contest

Travel Oregon is offering clients the chance to win an epicurean excursion across Oregon, dubbed a wanderfeast. By: Marty Wentzel
Wanderfeast is ten weeks of foodie bliss. // © 2010 Oregon Bounty Wanderfeast
Wanderfeast is ten weeks of foodie bliss. // © 2010 Oregon Bounty Wanderfeast

The Details

One client will win an exclusive four-day three-night Oregon Bounty wanderfeast for four people. The winner will indulge in a five-course chef's table dinner at Le Pigeon Restaurant in Portland plus two activities. Options include heading out on a pier to catch Dungeness crab, being an artisan cheese maker for a day, discovering the wineries of the Columbia Gorge, creating spring ales with a craft brewer, learning the art of mixology with artisan spirits or stalking a steelhead on a wild and scenic river.

To enter the Oregon Bounty Wanderfeast Contest, entrants must create an itinerary of their choosing from a variety of Oregon culinary destinations and submit in 25 words or less what makes Oregon the perfect place for a wanderfeast. The winner, randomly selected from all submittals on Dec. 3, 2010, can bring three friends or family members on the culinary adventure, scheduled for April 7-10, 2011.

The prize includes the chosen itinerary, airfare on Alaska Airlines/Horizon Air and lodging by Best Western.

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