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Jazz, Wine & Food at Silverton Fest

Silverton is ready to party on May 8 and it is inviting everyone to join in.
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Wine Board Director Quits

Oregon Wine Board executive director Farthing resigns.
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Dundee Passport is April 17-18

Dundee Hills Winegrowers Association event is happening April 17-18.
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Friends Matt Driscoll, Brad Ford and Michael Lundeen share facilities for their separate wineries - Photo by Nicole Duplaix

Connect the Wine

Brad Ford, Matt Driscoll and Michael Lundeen know how to play nice. As a result, three wineries that might never have been, are thriving.

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Pinot in the Pearl

Chehalem Mountains Winegrowers will bring over 100 Wines to Portland’s “First Thursday” Event on May 6.
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Burgundian Returns

Alexandrine Roy recently returned to check in on her 2008 Oregon wines.
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Newport Awards Medals

Winners for the 2010 Newport Seafood & Wine Festival have been announced.
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When Oregon wine revenue tanked, Wooldridge Creek wine found a way to increase profits by selling 25,000 extra glasses of wine in kegs.

Pumping Up the Volume

0ne inventive winery has found a way to increase profits by selling 25,000 extra glasses of wine in kegs.
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IPNC Tickets on Sale

Tickets are available now for the premier Pinot Noir event
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JoAnna Brandt, her son, Josh (right) and Chris Miller (center) sample a local wine at their winebar in Monmouth.  Photo by Nicole Duplaix

Small-Town Winebars

Monmouth, Oregon's last dry town, joins the up-town phenomenon.
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Southern Oregon Winery Association Elects Leaders

The association elects 2010 board members.
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Two day walking tour pairs galleries, restaurants and wineries.

Wine and Food at A Taste of Ashland

Tickets are available for the 21st annual A Taste of Ashland on April 24-25.
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Spring on 47

Wineries and businesses on highway 47 celebrate Spring with open houses.
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Mt. Hood Gala April 24

College's Hospitality and Tourism program host annual gala.
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Well-known Chinese sites and  wineries are part of the 12 day tour.

Chinese Wine Tour Set

Oregon Wine Press contributor and former National Geographic photographer, Janis Miglavs, will lead a 12-day tour blending ancient Chinese culture and the new world of Chinese wine with photography.
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Gorge Bite is April 24

The Bite on April 24 features the best of the Gorge.
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Boris Wiedenfeld is general manager of Sundance
Wine Cellars-Oregon Wine Merchants in Eugene.

Buying South in the North

Smaller southern wineries are witnessing the inroads made by their large-producing neighbors. The Northwest Wine Brokers’ warehouse is stocked with labels that rarely found their way onto the areas’ wine lists in the past but are in 200 places today. And many owners of wine bars and wine shops in the top half of the state are now genuinely excited about telling their customers about the full slate of the state’s offerings.
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Tasting Fool

Prima donna of wine critics, says Pinot Noir should be loud, cloudy and syrupy in the annual "April Fool's" joke story.
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Indie Wine Juried for Upcoming Festival

150 wines from 70 Oregon wineries have been juried for the May 8 Portland Indie Wine & Food Festival.
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Redford Praised at Oregon Wine Symposium

Chambers, Danehower, Holstein and O'Briens also lauded at the annual Oregon Wine Symposium.
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Willamette Valley Wows Seattle

50 Wineries from Oregon show their wares north.
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