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Oregon’s Willamette Valley
has long been exalted as one of the best appellations for Pinot Nior in the world. Wine enthusiasts and sommeliers alike hail the grapes produced in this region.

Now, the first luxury destination resort in this region is giving travelers a chance to experience an indulgent escape.

The Allison Inn and Spa, recently introduced their unique stay-spa package, appropriately coined “The Grape Escape.”

Available for redemption between Wednesday and Friday from February 1 to March 31, 2012, this package’s cost begin at $1,200, based on double occupancy. The deal includes a two-night retreat designated to celebrate the female winemakers of Willamette Valley through the pairing of tastings, insights into the science of producing wine, daily spa treatments and cuisine produced from fresh garden ingredients, all with the beautiful backdrop of one of Oregon’s best landscapes.

Featured spa treatments include two 60-minute services from the spa’s Pinot Therapy menu, such as the Divine Wine Facial, which uses grape seed extract to provide

antioxidants to the skin. Visitors are also given a complimentary variety of spa products, a bottle of the regions Pinot Noir and tasty snacks from the JORY restaurant.

Whether used for a girlfriend getaway, mother-daughter vacation, a romantic rendezvous or a solo trip, “The Grape Escape” gives travelers a taste of the valley’s history, as well as its pride and joy. Visit the website for the Allison Inn and Spa to claim this deal.

 

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