NEWS / FEATURES

#3 Story: The Allison Inn & Spa/Inn at Red Hills

Two great new Inns open in Wine Country

#6 Story: Vindication of a Vintage

Setting the Record Straight: Oregon’s 2007 Pinot Noirs are true to form, tasty with food
Richard Sommer

#2 Story: In Memoriam to four men who made a difference

Oregon Wine Industry fondly remembers four men.

Letter from Jason Lett

Letter from Jason Lett
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Quotes & Notes on Papa Pinot

Quotes & Notes on Papa Pinot

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Live and Lett Live

Papa Pinot lived a life of family, friends and firsts David Russell Lett {1939–2008}

News Briefs for January 2009

News Briefs for January 2009

Top Wine Producers of 2008

Low yields reduce total production, but high quality softens loss
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Firming Up the Foundation

Indie Wine Fest works to strengthen, expand its nonprofit parent
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Cluster Means Collaboration

Conference discusses Southern Oregon’s wine economy
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WVWA Board Broadens

Willamette Valley Wineries Association elects 16 new members
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DDO Takes Lead in Solar Energy

Newly installed system at DDO is Oregon wine industry’s largest
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Something Old, Something New

Winderlea makes the most of mature Dundee Hills vineyards
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News Briefs for February 2009

News Briefs for February 2009

Oregon Fans in San Fran

The San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition is the largest judging of domestically produced wines in the U.S. Here are the results of Oregon’s showing:
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For Children’s Sake

The sixth annual Flavors of Carlton combines wine, food and art to raise funds for Carlton Together Cares
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Sideways, It’s Not

DVD Movie Review: Bottle Shock

Saluting the Sesquicentennial

Willamette Valley wineries plan 150 days of events for birthday
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Upbeat in Down Times

Wine producers convey confidence about prospects in 2009
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From Oregon to the Oval Office

Making the White House wine list is a badge of honor
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