PDXUW Releases Winery Passport Brochure
Designed for visiting tasting rooms around the central city of Portland
Portland Ore. (February 25, 2015) – PDX Urban Wineries, an association founded in 2011 to increase awareness of the growing winemaking community in Portland, Ore., is releasing a new version of its popular winery passport.
The new passport is simplified as a free gatefold brochure, complete with a map, winery contact information and an area along the bottom for stamps from each winery visited. You can find the passport brochures at member tasting rooms throughout Portland. Visit member wineries this year, get stamps in your brochure at each stop, and get special perks along the way as a PDX urban wine trail passport holder.
The brochure features a prominent map the location of each member winery, with contact information for each winery provided. Hours vary at each of our independent winery members, so web addresses are included so passport holders can easily find the most up to date tasting days and times.
With the brochure, PDX Urban Wineries is continuing to build the culture of tasting at urban wineries in Portland. Building on the success of two editions of an earlier PDX Urban Wineries passport, the new simplified passport provides a better way to reach more potential wine tasters who are just learning about all the full production wineries in the central city of Portland.
“I love our new brochure,” says PDXUW president Laurie Lewis of Hip Chicks do Wine. “Not only does it have a complete listing of our current members websites and tasting rooms but the map is very easy to read. The map does a great job at showing how accessible the winery tasting rooms are by car, bus, bike and foot.”