COMMENTARY

Longest Hanging Fruit

Growers brave elements in what’s being called a miracle harvest

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James Louie

Talkin’ Turkey and Wine

James Louie of Huber’s discusses reds, whites and white meat

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Jim Bernau

Please Do No Harm

Rep. Schrader’s co-sponsorship of HR 1161 threatens industry

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Mother Calls It Close

Fluctuating weather dictates late season picking decisions

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Spit it Out

By Jennifer Cossey “A group of girlfriends and I are heading to wine country for Thanksgiving Weekend open houses. Last time we visited, there were people who were spitting into cups. Can you tell ...

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Whiff of Wonderful

Aromas can be more than just smells; they can captivate.

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Corkage Three

“My wife and I are about to celebrate out 10th wedding anniversary. We have been saving a bottle of wine that was given to us as a gift for our wedding. We’re hoping to take it with us to the ...

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A Brush with Greatness

OWP chats with America’s preeminent painter of wine Thomas Arvid

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What’s Up, Doc?

Seeing the doctor is not always fun, but it’s a fundamental right.

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Borda is Better

Ranking wines is serious business and demands better system

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Second to One

Pinot Noir reigns in Oregon, but where do other varieties rank?

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Decant, You Can

“I love wine, so for my birthday, people tend to get me lots of wine stuff. This year, someone gave me a decanter. What wines are best for decanting? What is the best way to get the wine into the ...

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Nick Peirano

In at the Beginning

Iconic restaurateur has been an Oregon wine advocate since ’77

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Ken Collura

Power Tasting Tips

Preparation, strategy give wine tasters more fuel for the task

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Todd Steele, of Metrovino
in Portland, serves The Eyrie Vineyards to IPNC
guests. Photo by Marcus Larson.

IPNC Celebrates 25 Years

International Pinot Noir Celebration marks silver with style

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Check, Please!

By Hilary Berg, OWP Editor Going out to eat with a toddler can be a recipe for disaster In this, OWP’s Restaurant and Food Issue, I’d like to think back to when eating out was a pleasure. My ...

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Spice Advice

“I tend to cook with a lot of spice and heat, especially during the summer. Can you recommend wines that will go well with that type of food and still be refreshing summer drinks at the same time?” - Tom ...

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New York Times Wine Critic Eric Asimov

Gettin’ with The Times

The New York Times chief wine critic chews the fat with OWP

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Red, White and Green

Sustainability continues to be Oregon wine’s passion, identity

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Get Greener to Get Green

CRC urges wineries to reduce emissions and increase payback

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Having a Brand Time

Emerging mega-wine marketer rooted in Northwest

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