It’s hard to box up Oregon: How do you wrap a picture-perfect coastal sunset? How do you bottle the sage-filled aroma of Eastern Oregon? How do you ship the adrenaline rush of a Rogue River rafting trip or a Mt. Hood downhill ski run? We have yet to figure this out but one thing we can send beyond our state borders is food, glorious, delicious Oregon Bounty food. Whether you’re longing for the Pinot Noir you sipped in the Willamette Valley, the hazelnuts you picked up from a roadside stand in Hood River or the fresh crab you had on the coast, now you can get it at your doorstep. Find out how to ship (or send a gift!) of your favorite Oregon produce because we know there’s nothing like getting Oregon delivered to your front door.

Whether you’re looking for a jump start on your holiday shopping (yes, believe it or not it’s just around corner!) or you’re simply craving some delicious Oregon products, we’ve got the answer to your out-of-state woes. Here are a few tips on creating the perfect Oregon Bounty food basket.

If you’ve ever ventured through the Fruit Loop you know that the Mt. Hood/Gorge area is ripe (literally) with delicious fruits. At Hill Orchard Store in the Willamette Valley, you’ll find all forms of the nut and sweets inspired by it to add to your basket of goodies.

From Oregon’s most famous wine valley, comes the e-commerce site from Argyle Winery. The Dundee-based winery continues to earn praise from Wine Spectator and Wine Enthusiast magazines and gladly ships their award-winning Pinots to your doorstep. Find other Oregon wines that can be shipped straight to your door with the Oregon Wine Finder.

The 363-mile stretch of the Oregon coastline is littered with seafood and Josephson’s Smokehouse in Astoria will gladly send some your way. The speciality seafood smokehouse has been operating along the northern coast for over 80 years and has a variety of smoked seafood goodness to choose from.

Nothing says love more than a Harry and David fruit basket. Whether you pick from one of their speciality gifts, sign up for the fruit-of-the-month club, or just order a box of their famous pears (also known as nature’s candy), you’re guaranteed to get the best of Southern Oregon fruits. And for the sweet tooth, be sure to sample the holiday spice cake and chocolate covered cherries!

In nearby Central Point is Lillie Belle Farms. A gift of their fruit-filled bon bons will not soon be forgotten. Pair it with the “best blue cheese in the world” from Rogue Creamery and you’ve got yourself one divine basket of goodies.

Send your loved ones Eastern Oregon’s bounty by ordering beef or lamb from The Carman RanchThe Duncan Ranch, Painted Hills Beef, Four Pines Ranch, Country Natural Beef or Sexton Ranch.

To find more great wine, cheese, seafood, chocolates and more, visit our site dedicated to all things delicious.

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