Clink! A Taste of Oregon Wine

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  • Family-friendly
  • Teachers
  • Researchers
  • Handicap Accessible Friendly

From the very beginning, the story of Oregon wine has been one of momentum and innovation. Despite challenges and setbacks along the way, Oregon winegrowers have persevered, collaborated, and invented, propelling Oregon wine to international acclaim and earning it a special place in the hearts of Oregonians.

OHS’s Clink! A Taste of Oregon Wine traveling exhibition explores the story of Oregon wine and some of the moments that make up its history. The narrative spans over 150 years, from the pioneers who brought grapevines on the Oregon Trail to the winegrowers who blazed a new trail in the 1960s to the innovations continuing to take place across the state. Learn about the seasonal workers who support an entire industry and the dedication of people who have grown, made, and embraced Oregon wine.

Celebrate the wonders of Oregon wine and the people who make it possible in this unique, engaging traveling exhibit produced by OHS in collaboration with local history organizations and industry leaders.

Book Clink! A Taste of Oregon Wine Today!

Thanks to a generous sponsorship from the Samuel S. Johnson Foundation, all OHS traveling exhibitions are free to rent through 2022 (usually $250 per month plus shipping).

Other rental details include:

Insurance: Coverage of $5,000 is required.

Shipping: Exhibition may be picked up and dropped off at the Oregon Historical Society or shipped by courier. Includes 2 plastic shipping containers.

Size: The exhibit includes 12 freestanding fabric banners, each measuring 40" wide X 79.5" high. Total exhibit footprint is approximately 509 running feet.

Weight: Each banner case weighs approximately 60 lbs.

Download the one sheet for rental information.

Interested in booking Clink! A Taste of Oregon Wine? Please contact Tara Cole, Museum Services Coordinator, at 503.306.5223 or for rental inquiries.

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Clink! A Taste of Oregon Wine Traveling Exhibit panels

Download the panels that make up the Traveling exhibit. (10 MB PDF)