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Orto Botanico di Padova, site of the 2017 AAWE Conference, with the Piazza Duomo in the background.  ##Photo by Neal Hulkower

In the Garden of Wine Economists

Orto Botanico di Padova provides fertile ground for growing field

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Dyson and Susan DeMara bought HillCrest Vineyard in 2003. ##Photo courtesy of HillCrest Vineyard

Golden Opportunity

HillCrest Vineyard celebrates Winery’s 1967 Pinot Noir

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Gearing Up to Go Dark

Vineyards prepare for burst of visitors ahead of solar eclipse

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Co-owner Jeff Vejr chats with patrons in Les Caves’ subterranean bar. ##Photo by Mark Stock

A Tasteful Bunker

Portland wine scene goes underground

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Bridgeview s Rene Eichmann stands on the eroding bank of Sucker Creek, where his vines flourished until the creek changed course this winter. ##Photo by Maureen Flanagan Battistella

A River Runs Through It

Vineyards work with agencies to protect vulnerable watersheds

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Spring s table of taste identifiers, including flasks of bitters, helps guests recognize some of the flavors and aromas in the wines. ##Photo by Viki Eierdam

Weaving a Story

Woven, Covey Ridge a compelling narrative

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Wine Country Summer Live

Sit, Sip and listen to some tunes

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David Millman (left) and Jay Boberg chat about both music and wine industries at Jackpot Records on S.E. Hawthorne in Portland. ##Photo by Kathryn Elsesser

Waxing on Music and Wine

On record with Jay Boberg and David Millman

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Terroir expert Pedro Parra stands in a trench, where he gathers soil samples. ##Photo by Kimberly Hasselbrink

Terroir Whisperer

International expert digs into Willamette Valley

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Rustic Remy

Remy Drabkin ##Photo By Joshua Chang This July, winemaker Remy Drabkin is set to open a new tasting room about seven miles from her urban winery in McMinnville, in the picturesque countryside of the ...

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Good Mead, Indeed

Honey-tongued and sweet-talking

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Linfield Hires Greg Jones

Respected member of the Oregon wine industry and noted viticulture research climatologist Greg Jones has been named director of Linfield College’s wine education program, which offers academic and ...

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Culinary icon Emeril Lagasse watches as owners Ken and Grace Evenstad cut the ribbon of The Clubhouse at Domaine Serene, a 34,000-square-foot event facility on the winery’s estate vineyard. ##Photo Courtesy of Domaine Serene

Kickin’ It Up a Notch

Domaine Serene opens clubhouse, announces hires, begins white wine-dedicated facility

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Stefan Czarnecki, Black Tie Tours. ##Photo Provided

Guiding Right

Oregon’s vineyard tour companies a driving force 

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Firesteed Sells

Vintage Wine Estates recently announced the purchase of its first fine wine brand from Oregon: Firesteed Cellars. Concurrently, Firesteed’s winemaking facility and surrounding Flynn Vineyard was ...

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Vines surround the Björnson winery/tasting room in the Eola-Amity Hills AVA. ##Photo by Kathryn Elsesser

Building Björnson

Eola-Amity Hills winery opens tasting room

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The wine cave at Reustle-Prayer Rock is set for a special SOMM camp dinner. ##Photo by Andrew Calvert

SOMM Camp

Umpqua Valley hosts 16 sommeliers

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The Siskiyou Mountains provide a dramatic backdrop for Deer Creek Vineyards, located in the Illinois Valley, a southwestern region of the Rogue Valley. ##Photo by Kathryn Elsesser

Oregon’s Illinois

State of wine in Rogue Valley’s southwestern region

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Howard and Jessica Mozeico work closely as a father-daughter team to produce Pinot Noir for their small Oregon winery. ##Photo Provided

Honoring Howard

Et Fille owner tragically killed, greatly missed

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Growing Community

Medford’s Stage Pass a wine-focused development

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Going for the Rosés

New tomes offer tasting tips to trendy pinks

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