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Vineyards After Hours

Posted on: May 30th, 2014 by Jackie Luskey No Comments
At Ardiri Winery, friends can enjoy a summer evening toast, fire and movie.

At Ardiri Winery, friends can enjoy a summer evening toast, fire and movie.

It’s the end of Oregon Wine Month, but guess what?…The grapes are still growing ,vineyard dogs are still wagging their tails and the long summer days ahead will having our wineries open into the late evening. We’re listing the best dusk-hour sipping spots below:

Ardiri Movie Nights
June 14, July 12 and August 9 | 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. | $15 per person
Cozy up to one of the winery’s patio fire pits. Your entry cost covers food, a glass of wine and a classic movie. This is a popular event; so, RSVP early to info@ardiriwine.com.

Neighbor’s Night at Cooper Mountain Vineyards
Various Fridays June-September | 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. | $8 per person
When visiting Oregon’s Washington County, locals will treat you like one of their own. Example: “Neighbor’s Night” welcomes all who enjoy live music and stellar wine (pretty sure that’s you).

Oak Knoll Toast to the Tunes
Various Thursdays June-August | 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. | $5 per person
Enjoy a leisurely wine tasting while chowing down on James Gang Dinner’s lip-smacking BBQ. Your picnic isn’t complete without a sweet serenade from a local band. Kids and leashed pups welcome, too!

Plum Hill Date Nights
Every second Friday of the month | 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. | Free
Summer lovin’, had me a blast. Summer lovin’, had me some snacks. Okay, we made up that second line, but couples keep the romance alive here with wine tastings, music and—yes—snacks.

One-Time Evening Wine Events

Field & Vine Dinner at Tualatin Estate Vineyard
June 17 | 5:30 p.m. start | $80 per person
A vineyard tour leads into an enchanting outdoor dinner. With six courses and a rustic-chic community table, foodies come together for a summer evening you’ll never forget.

Patio Grill Night at Apolloni Wines
June 20 | 6 p.m. start | $45 per person
In the last official day of spring, usher in summer with a gourmet four-course menu and wine pairings.  

Field & Vine Dinner at Beckham Estate Vineyard
August 16 | 5:30 p.m. start | $80 per person
Good food, good wine and good friends. What more could you want? Get it all at this very special outdoor dinner.

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Winning Wines

Posted on: November 8th, 2013 by Jackie Luskey No Comments
Montinore's special biodynamic vineyards earned them top marks with Portland Monthly.

Montinore’s special biodynamic vineyards earned them top marks with Portland Monthly.

Wine lovers unite! With December in sight, Oregon’s wine critics craft year-end best-of lists. It’s no surprise that the wineries of Oregon’s Washington County are gems in the crowds.

Portland Monthly’s October 2013 issue made a Pinot-colored splash with its “50 Best Oregon Wines.” Within the Breathtaking Bubbles category, the 2010 Brut Nethode Traditionelle from Kramer Vineyards was commended for sweet done right. The 2007 Brut Rosé from J. Albin Winery was noted as a perfect Thanksgiving treat. Pick up a bottle during the Thanksgiving Wine Weekend.

Portland Monthly celebrated environmentally conscious wineries with the The Biodynamic Brigade category. Montinore Estate’s Pinot Noir “Swan Song” lives up to its name as grapes from an ugly duckling vineyard are transformed into a cheery blend.

Wine & Spirits Magazine also got in on the Washington County love, naming Elk Cove as one of its 2013 Wineries of the Year.

In the digital age, snooth.com connects over a million wine users from around the world. The Snooth team announced Oregon as the 2013 Region of the Year, taking note of the Willamette Valley’s long-loved Pinot along with its innovative Riesling and Chardonnay.

Come visit soon! We cannot wait to show you our world-class, award-winning wines.

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Countdown to T-Day

Posted on: October 28th, 2013 by Jackie Luskey No Comments
Out-of-town guests can experience Oregon's Washington County by the glass during our annual Thanksgiving Wine Weekend.

Out-of-town guests can experience Oregon’s Washington County by the glass during our annual Thanksgiving Wine Weekend.

The Thanksgiving Countdown has begun. That’s right—only 30 more days until turkey, pumpkin pie, football, and all-encompassing gratitude. The countdown also brings us closer to travel plans and entertaining visiting loved ones. Let us help. Whether you’re a visitor or host, there is tons of post T-day fun to be had.

30th Annual Wine Country Thanksgiving Wine Weekend  
November 29 – December 1 | 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. | various locations | $5-$20 tasting fee

Start a new tradition, meandering from one winery to the next. Enjoy holiday treats from local wineries:  pre-release wines, vintage finds, and local nibbles.

Alpaca Open Barn & Holiday Sale
November 29-November 30 | 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. | EasyGo Farm

Cozy knitting days are ahead! Meet some furry friends and hit up The Barn Store for luxurious alpaca yarn.

Forest Grove Holiday Tree Lighting
November 29 | 6 p.m. | Forest Grove Chamber of Commerce

Holidays in the Grove begin with seasonal twinkle, caroling, cookies, and (of course) a visit from Santa.

Hillsboro Holly Days & Marketplace
November 30 | 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. | Hillsboro Civic Center Plaza

Usher in holiday cheer in historic downtown Hillsboro. Kids tell Santa what they want while you find what you want in the marketplace. Board the kitschy train with a canned donation to the Oregon Food Bank.

Oregon College of Art & Craft Student & Alumni Holiday Sale
November 29 – November 30 | 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. | Oregon College of Art & Craft

These artists push the boundaries of ceramics, painting, woodwork, and photography, for personal and meaningful holiday gifts.

Plaid Tidings
November 29- December 1 | 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. | Deb Fennell Auditorium  | $20-$35 per ticket

The holidays are a time to indulge in nostalgia.  This rousing revival of 1960s men’s quartet groups does just that. It’s like tuning into the “Ed Sullivan Show.”

Thanksgiving Weekend at SakéOne
November 29 – December 1 | 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. | SakéOne  | $10 per flight

Go offbeat with a specialty flight from SakéOne’s favorite Japanese Kuras, Yoshinogawa and Murai.

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The Witching Hours: Halloween Happenings

Posted on: October 23rd, 2013 by Jackie Luskey No Comments
The Phantom of Halloween (found at Curiousities Mall) wants you to get your tricks & treats in Oregon's Washington County.

The Phantom of Halloween (found at Curiousities Mall) wants you to get your tricks & treats in Oregon’s Washington County.

With Halloween only a few days, Oregon’s Washington County is nearing its witching hours. Little goblins and big zombies come out to play, delighting visitors more than scaring them. Planning an end of October trip to our pumpkin-laden streets? Check out our Halloween haunts.

Sip Witches Brew
You drink wine, vampires drink blood. It’s a Halloween match made in Oregon’s Washington County with The Wines of Halloween (October 26-27, 7 p.m. at Renaissance Wines, $18 and 21-and-over only). Think of this as the perfect Halloween bash for Dionysus himself—god of wine, merry-making, and theater—as wines with a creepy history are sipped alongside Halloween-themed performances.

Run from with zombies
All that binge-watching of “The Walking Dead” has prepared you for this. Dress like your favorite zombie and burn off all of that candy you’ve been eating at the North Plains Pumpkin Run & Costume Parade (October 26, 9 a.m. at 30975 NW Hillcrest St, $15-$20) The loop of the 10K Fun Run and two mile Run/Walk is aptly-named Pumpkin Ridge Road.

If you’d rather “hang” with zombies than run with them, check out Zombie Fest (October 26-27 at Tree to Tree Adventure Park, $55). Costume-clad adrenaline junkies follow zombie tour guides, zip-lining through the autumnal trees.

Of course, Halloween wouldn’t be complete without some trick-or-treating. The Streets of Treats invites kids to get their candy-fix while parents contemplate new shoes (October 26, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at Bridgeport Village, free admission).

Is your family traveling on actual Halloween? Bypass the typical neighborhood candy rounds. Munchkins can partake in McMenamins Trick-or-Treating (October 31, 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Grand Lodge, free admission).

Boogie with the Boogie Man
The McMenamins Halloween Party is the epitome of a monster mash (October 26, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Grand Lodge’s Compass Room Theater, free admission). Put on your zaniest costume for some old time rock ‘n roll.

Woo! That’s a whole lot of Halloween fun. And don’t forget—it’s not too late to check out our  pumpkin patches, spooky-style shows and haunted attractions.

Gold Leaves, Red Wine & Green Courses

Posted on: October 4th, 2013 by Jackie Luskey No Comments
Try your swing on Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club's Ghost Creek Course.

Take a swing on Pumpkin Ridge Club’s Ghost Creek Course.

People always talk about how Oregon is so green. From vines lacing around Pinot grapes to emerald-hued golf courses, Oregon’s Washington County honors our true colors with a fall getaway itinerary for those that love tee time and wine hour.

The biggest distraction of the Quail Valley Golf Course is its striking coast range views. Don’t worry about your handicap because the 18-hole course embraces all levels, as you can see in the course guide.

The Tualatin Estate Vineyard’s tasting room is open for complimentary tastings noon to 5 p.m. For a leisurely visit, schedule the comprehensive tour for $20 per person (it’s worth it).

A gourd-ous day! Fuel up with cider and baked goods at Roloff Farms. Only open to the public during pumpkin season, the farm’s fall treats and pumpkin patch feel extra special. Picking pumpkins counts as stretching, right?

After picking pumpkins, play a course named after one. Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club welcomes visitors on its Ghost Creek course. The course is pristine green with a canopy of orange-leaved trees. Plan your swings with a course guide of the par-71 course.

Committed to a pumpkin-themed day? Drive to Sherwood’s Two Kilts Brewing Co. for a seasonal brew made from 500 pounds of fresh pumpkin. Before 5 p.m., find a closer wine hour at Helvetia Vineyards & Winery’s $5 Pinot Noir and Chardonnay tasting.

Stretch your definition of golf at the McMenamins Grand Lodge’s free disc golf course. It’s actually quite similar in design to traditional golf and savvy players prove the game requires great grace.

With the weekend almost over, let masseuses at Ruby Spa work the knots out of your shoulders with a Hammerhead Deep Tissue Massage. For good measure, drink a beer of the same name at Ironwork Grill.

We’ve barely scratched the surface of golf courses in Oregon’s Washington County. Pick-and-choose the right course for you with a comprehensive list of golf courses.

Everything mentioned above has easy access to the Vineyard and Valley Scenic Tour Route. Make this itinerary your own!

Harvest Splendor in Oregon’s Washington County

Posted on: September 4th, 2013 by Jackie Luskey 2 Comments
The Annual Corn Roast serves up over 4 tons of freshly picked, local corn!

The Annual Corn Roast serves up over 4 tons of freshly picked, local corn!

Harvest. It’s the time when we—quite literally—reap the rewards of a ripe season. Here in Oregon’s Washington County, the prime harvest months are among the best to visit because here harvest means so much. With an abundance of harvest events, see what harvest time means to us and to you.

49th Annual Corn Roast
Sunday, September 22, 2013 | 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. | Pacific University’s West Lawn of Marshall Hall

To see the immensity of one crop’s yield, the 49th Annual Corn Roast showcases heaps of fresh roasted corn picked that morning. Don’t worry, there will be more than enough. In years past, over four tons of locally grown corn has been consumed at this old-timey barbeque.

11th Annual Harvest Century Bike Ride
Sunday September 29, 2013 | 6:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. | Hillsboro Civic Center

We’ve been gorging on harvest like Dionysus haven’t we? Sweat it out while still enjoying the views of this bountiful season at the 11th Annual Harvest Century Bike Ride. Cyclists pedal a 3 mile, 45 mile, 75 mile, or 100 mile ride through autumn foliage. To keep the Dionysus in us all happy, there is a pit stop at Montinore Estate.

Ponzi Harvest Tour
Saturday October 5-6, 2013 | 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. tours | Ponzi Vineyards

No talk of harvest would we complete without talk of wine. To tour a state-of-the-art winery while it’s in the midst of its full production, sign up for the Ponzi Harvest Tour ($50 per person). Their international harvest crew can’t wait to show off their amazing four-level gravity-flow winemaking facility.

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A Vintner’s Life for Me on the NW Harvest Trail

Posted on: August 23rd, 2013 by Jackie Luskey No Comments
During the NW Harvest Trail, you'll see wineries in the throes of crush season.

During the NW Harvest Trail, you’ll see wineries in the throes of crush season.

As wine lovers, autumn can’t help but jockey for the position of our favorite season. It is harvest time after all and the thought of freshly de-stemmed grapes being crushed into juice—quite frankly—makes us nearly giddy. Here in Oregon’s Washington County, our winemakers get that and they want to share the harvest season fun with you during the North Willamette Wine Harvest Trail event.

There’s a reason the Today Show ranked the North Willamette Wine Harvest Trail as one of “5 fall festivals worth a trip.” On October 5, 2013, this annual event will once again welcome oenophiles to peer into a vintner’s life from the ground level. Thirsty wine enthusiasts board a chartered bus at 10 a.m., but don’t get too comfortable. The bus will take guests to three wineries at different phases in the vineyard-to-barrel process. You will walk the vineyard, watch demonstrations, work the crush pad, and get insight into the inner workings of a winery.

Of course, it’s not all work and no play. Overlooking the vineyards you’re learning so much about, the day won’t be complete without a wine country lunch. Each vineyard along the way will also feature tastings and nibbles because one of the best ways to learn about wine is to taste it close to the source. Your bus tour guide will answer any lingering questions about how we make such good Pinot.

After a full day of wine making and tasting, a Grand Tasting event is in order at the Tualatin Estate Vineyard. From 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., guests can meet the full gamut of winemakers in the areas with over 25 North Willamette wineries ready to share tastings and appetizers.   

With limited space, register for the Northwest Willamette Harvest Trail soon. Your registration of $95 includes the full day tour. Can’t join us for the full day? No problem. A limited number of Grand Tasting-only tickets are available for $45.  All tickets include tastings from wineries, food pairings, commemorative wine glass and specials on wine.

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August in Wine Country

Posted on: August 7th, 2013 by Sylke Neal-Finnegan No Comments

Discover Wine CountryIt’s never too late to plan a wine country getaway in Oregon’s Washington County! From neighbors’ nights out to fun and unique events, these events allow visitors to enjoy the last days of summer and are sure to please the palate.

Neighbors Night at Cooper Mountain Vineyards; Fridays through August, 5-8 p.m.: Every Friday night throughout the summer celebrate the community at Cooper Mountain Vineyards‘ Neighbors Night. Relax on the lawn and listen to live music while taking in the scenic Willamette Valley. Pack a picnic and enjoy a stunning sunset. No admission fee; glasses of wine available for purchase as well as bottle sales to go.

Toast to the Tunes Concert Series; Thursdays in August, 6-9 p.m.: Bring a picnic dinner (no outside beverages permitted) and enjoy classic rock tunes on the spacious lawn of Oak Knoll Winery. This is a fun event for the whole family and leashed dogs also are welcome. Admission is $5 for guests 21+; guests under the age of 21 free. Gates open at 5 p.m.

Summer Sundays at the Ponzi Historic Estate; Sundays in August, 5-9 p.m.: Savor summer sunsets at the Ponzi Historic Estate, while sipping Ponzi wines by the glass or bottle and listening to live music or playing a game of bocce ball. Bring a blanket and a picnic (no outside alcohol or pets, please). Cost is $15 online; $20 at the door.

Date Night at Plum Hill Vineyards, 2nd Friday of each month, 5-8 p.m.: Enjoy date night with snacks, live music and complimentary wine tastings the second Friday of each month. Admission is free; optional catered dinner is $12.95 and reservations are required. For dinner reservations, please call 503-359-4706.

Ardiri Movie Night, 2nd Saturday of each month (through November), 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.: Relax with a glass of wine at Ardiri Winery and Vineyards and enjoy a movie al fresco on the inviting patio, complete with fire pits for those cool summer evenings.

Sakétini Saturday; 3rd Saturday of the month (summer months), 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.: Celebrate the myriad creative ways saké can be used in cocktail at SakéOne, the region’s only saké brewery. Sample from three delicious sakétini cocktails at the Tasting Bar, ranging from tropical to sophisticated, sweet to savory. Cost: $3 for 3 saketini cocktails, or add the saketinis onto a Sake Shock, Toji, or Kura flight for $2.

Summer Lunch Series at Raptor Ridge Winery, 3rd and 5th Saturday in August, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.: Raptor Ridge Winery‘s summer lunch series features delicious menus designed and prepared by regional chefs, paired with some of the winery’s best vintages. Cost is $45 per person (reservations required), and seating is limited to no more than 20 guests in order to preserve an intimate setting.

Patio Grill Night; 2nd Friday of the month (August and September), 6-8:30 p.m.: Enjoy a casual evening at Apolloni Vineyards with a gourmet four-course menu prepared by Sundial Specialty Baking, perfectly paired with Apolloni wines. Cost is $45, inclusive. For reservations, please call 503-359-3606.

For more August wine events read “August in Wine Country: Late-Summer Wine Events.”

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Summer Wine Events

Posted on: June 11th, 2013 by Sylke Neal-Finnegan No Comments

Savor the warm temperatures and the cool sensation of  a chilled Rosé, Gewürztraminer, Riesling or Chardonnay, or sample the luscious flavor of a Pinot Noir, Tempranillo or other red during one of these upcoming summer wine events.

Drink Pink Rosé Festival @ Patton Valley Vineyards
Saturday, July 13, 12-4 p.m.
Join 24 of the Willamette Valley’s finest Rosé producers at this fun and lively event. Stroll through Patton Valley’s vineyards, enjoy Spanish-inspired food prepared by Crown Paella & Coquine, and sample wines from 24 wineries, all while tapping your toes to live music from two bands. Tickets are $48 per person and are available for purchase online.

Oregon's Washington County Wine CountryCanines Uncorked Wine Tour
July 20,  11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind wine event! Enjoy a day of complimentary wine tastings at 11 dog-friendly wineries in the north Willamette Valley. Bring your dog wine tasting and buy a passport, your “License to Taste,” which opens the door to great wines, food and special dog-related activities sprinkled among the wineries. Passports are $40 per person, and 100% of the proceeds benefit the animals at the Oregon Humane Society.  For more details, visit the North Willamette Vintners website.

Forest Grove Uncorked!
August 17, 4-9 p.m.
Celebrate the splendor of Oregon food and drink on Main Street at Forest Grove UnCorked! This annual event features the area’s abundance of fine wineries, microbrews, good food and local music. Choose from more than a dozen wineries and breweries, a multitude of area restaurants and local craft food. Stroll Main Street enjoying live music and all there is to taste. Admission is $10, nominal tasting fees may apply. Must be 21 years or older. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit fguncorked.com.

For more events, including single events at individual wineries, please visit our Events and Festivals Calendar, which is frequently updated.

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Mother’s Day Weekend in Oregon’s Washington County

Posted on: May 3rd, 2013 by Sylke Neal-Finnegan No Comments

If you’re in the area visiting your mother, or are planning to take her away for a Mother’s Day getaway, several events throughout Oregon’s Washington County will leave your mom feeling like a queen (and you will be anointed as the “favorite child” …  at least for the weekend).

Weekend-Long Events

NEW ADDITION: Alloro Vineyard winery is hosting a special chocolate and wine tasting this Mother’s Day weekend, Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sample exotic chocolates, paired with Alloro Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Local jewelry designer Jessica Moquin will be showing off her artisan wares at a special trunk show. Cost for the event is $15 per person.

The Barefoot Quilt Festival is a Mother’s Day weekend tradition.  The historic Jenkins Estate hosts this celebration of the art of quilting with displays, demonstrations and sales of quilt-related items, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m, May 11-12.

Also an annual tradition, Smith Berry Barn celebrates “Mom”  during its Mother’s Day Open House, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., May 11-12, with samples of gourmet foods and fine teas.

Enjoy Mother’s Day weekend with wine tastings, food and music, hosted by Garden Vineyards (to be held at a special location: 23800 NW Meier Rd. Hillsboro), Friday, May 10, from 5-10 p.m. and Saturday, May 11, from 12-10 p.m. Admission is $10 per person, per evening.

Saturday, May 11

Oregon’s largest all-agricultural market, the Beaverton Farmer’s Market, opens for the season at 8 a.m. More than 200 vendors, including Oregon Craft Distillers “local liquids,” where visitors can taste artisan beer, wine and spirits, and an impressive selection of flower baskets and bouquets, delicious baked goods and more. (Open Saturdays through November 23, 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.)

Apolloni Vineyards is unveiling its new Tuscan-inspired wine cave, from 4-7 p.m. Enjoy special tastings, featuring an exclusive selection of library wines, with vintages dating back to 2012. Italian-style appetizers, gourmet cheese and charcuteries will be served. Cost to attend the event is $20 per person.

Enjoy a mother-daughter run at this year’s Hippie Chick Half & Quarter Marathon, starting at 8 a.m. This ladies-only event takes runners through Oregon’s Washington County’s flat, tree-lined streets, ending at the Gordon Faber Recreational Complex in Hillsboro.

Sunday, May 12

NEW ADDITION: Plum Hill Vineyards is hosting a Mother’s Day Wine Brunch, with delicious offerings, such as empanadas, quiche, stuffed endive leaves, Meyer lemon tarts and hibiscus caramel candies, paired with Plum Hill Wines. Bruch is $27 and may be purchased at the tasting room or by calling 503-359-4706.

NEW ADDITION: Celebrate Mom at the Mother’s Day Brunch at McMenamins Grand Lodge, in the Compass Room Theater. The menu will include sugar snap pea salad with mint and pine nuts, tortellini salad, breakfast breads and pastries, cottage-fried red potatoes, homemade biscuits and sausage gravy and a lot more. Brunch is $26 for adults; $15 for kids (5-12): free for kids 4 and under. Reservations are required, 503-992-9533; toll free, 877-992-9533.

The Holiday Inn in Wilsonville is hosting a Mother’s Day Brunch from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. This traditional buffet features carved prime rib, whole round of pork, oven-roasted salmon, pan-seared chicken scallopini, omelet station, taco bar, a variety of salads, signature desserts, chocolate fondue bar and more. Guests will enjoy unlimited coffee, orange juice and punch, and champagne for the adults. Prices are $25 per adult, $22 for seniors, $13 for children under 12, and free for kids under 5. Reservations are required, 503-682-2211.

Apolloni Vineyards is partnering with Sundial Specialty Baking for a Mother’s Day Brunch at 10 a.m. This four-course brunch will feature artfully crafted dishes, such as truffled deviled eggs, smoked salmon crepes, and sangria basil mousse served in a poppy seed cookie bowl. Each course will be paired with delightful white and rosé Apolloni wines. All-inclusive cost is $29. Reservations are required, 503-359-3606.

Celebrate Mother’s Day with Garden Vineyards (23800 NW Meier Rd., Hillsboro). Enjoy brunch and live music from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., and take a stroll through the lush private gardens until 5 p.m. Cost is $35 per person. Reservations are required, 503-547-9046.

For more events and festivals happening in Oregon’s Washington County, please visit our Event & Festivals Calendar.


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