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Oregon Wine Country
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 The history of wine production in Oregon can be traced to before Prohibition; it became a significant industry beginning in the 1970s when out-of-state winemakers migrated to the state and started to organize it as an industry. In 2005, Oregon ranked third among U.S. states with 303 wineries. It’s no wonder that with that many wineries, a tourism industry has developed around wine tasting! And out of all US wine growing regions, Oregon ranked third in number of wineries and fourth in production. Talk about my kind of state!

In addition to the wine industry, timber production, logging and agriculture industries also contribute to the state’s economy. And the fact that large public corporations such as Nike, Inc. Precision Castparts Corp., Northwest Natural Gas and StanCorp Financial Group all have headquarters in Oregon may help as well.

So as you can see, there are plenty of reasons to call Oregon home. And if you’re in the market for an apartment there, why not check out a few of these….

Brightwaters at Redhawk Apartments in Tigard, OR
Sunstone Parc Apartments in Beaverton, OR
Reflections at Summer Creek Apartments in Beaverton, OR
Deveraux Glen Apartments in Portland, OR
Miraval at Villebois Apartments in Wilsonville, OR
Sterling Pointe Apartments in Beaverton, OR
Village at Sunrise Apartments in Clackamas, OR
Gardenbrook Apartments in Beaverton, OR
Breckenridge Apartments in Portland, OR
Arbor Heights Apartments in Tigard, OR
Tualatin Meadows Apartments in Tualatin, OR
Rivercrest Meadows Apartments in Tualatin, OR
Stoneridge at Cornell Apartments in Portland, OR

Information gathered from Wikipedia.com

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