Speech to Text for Staying local this spring break
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[a31]wine tours during spring break-pkg leah says, "spring break is right around the corner and instead of flying somewhere new this year what about staying locally and getting on one of these buses and exploring one of southern oregon's biggest attractions." this is pinot watch out nappa valley .... southern oregon's wine scene is quickly growing. robbie ross co-owner of wine hopper tours says "the wines are becoming world famous here in southern oregon." chris salman tourist says "we love the wines and we love the wineries." there are dozens of wineries. each specializing in different grapes. tierra barrett wine ambassador says we grow 11 different vitals. at 2 hawk in medford people can sit in the tasting room or head outside to explore the vineyard. it's still too early for grapes to be growing, but it's still a breathtaking view. chris salman tourists says "we just love it it's relaxing." chris salman is a tourist staying in ashland. today she's at 2 hawk trying their wines. her and her husband come about three times a year to enjoy a little bit of everyone. chris salman tourists says "resturants, food, wineries." robbie ross co-owner of wine hopper tours says yeah drinking wine i would think. hiking, boating, rafting. robbie ross invited me on her wine hopper tour van. she is one of the co-owners.. she takes groups of people in this van to different wineries. from the applegate valley, upper rogue valley to bear creek winieres. robbie ross co-owner of wine hopper tours says but a lot of people in this area have now tasting wine in the valleys is still affordable. robbie ross co-owner of wine hopper tours says we still break plans grab your