In the 1970s, as the New World erupted with ostentatiously bold red wines, Oregon quietly became a refuge for nuance. With a long growing season and a wide range of soil conditions, Oregonian vineyards produced fruit with layers of complex flavors. Its wines, while geographically part of the New World, were something straight out of the finest Châteaux in France.
Today, Oregon has earned the reputation it has worked for. With over 30,000 acres under vine, over 700 wineries, and a booming demand for local wine, the state represents the forefront of American wine.
10% of each purchase goes directly to Oregon’s local wineries associations.
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