Oregon Grapples With Wine Tourism

Vintners are wary of a proposal for Willamette Valley's first luxury resort
Harvey Steiman
Issue: June 15, 2006

David Kahn looks at Oregon's Willamette Valley and sees the Napa Valley of the future. He wants to build a lavish resort near some of the state's highest-profile wineries. A former sportswriter who tried to bring Major League Baseball to Portland, Kahn owns four teams in the National Basketball Association's development league, and he thinks big.

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