Willamette Valley Chardonnay Hits Its Stride

It’s surprisingly clear in hindsight. Pinot Noir propelled the Willamette Valley to prominence. Pinot Noir also thrives in Burgundy. So why wouldn’t Burgundy’s other important grapes, like Chardonnay, do just…

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Producer Updates: Wine

We will continue to update and revise as we get information from wineries, organized alphabetically for ease. Here is the most up-to-date information as of 4/22/20. Note: An asterisk (*)…

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Survival 6-Pack: Red Mountain BBQ Wines

Red Mountain is Washington state’s smallest and hottest wine-grape growing region. At only 4,040 acres, the unique combination of southern sloping hillsides, consistent winds and plenty of heat results in…

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4 Questions with Rob Mercer of Mercer Wine

With wineries, breweries, distilleries and cideries qualifying as “essential businesses” due to their agricultural foundation during this pandemic, it is fitting that Wednesday is the 50th anniversary for Earth Day….

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Oregon Wine + Frozen Food FTW

Thanks to pandemic times, you’re probably not eating like you normally do. While it’s tempting to support your local restaurant scene through takeout when and where possible — and you…

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