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Wins by the River

Northwest vintners score big at Bend’s Wine by the River

Wine with a Conscience

Southern Oregon wine educator creates website, lecture series and tastings to promote green wines

Amateur in Name Alone

Home winemakers put to taste test at Eola Hills Wine Cellars

Richard Sommer Passes Away

Father of Oregon’s fine wine industry dies at age 79

The Allison Arrives in Style

The Willamette Valley’s largest luxury inn to open in September

Taking Center Stage

South Stage Cellars shines with its award-winning vines, wines
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News Briefs for October 2009

News Briefs for October 2009

Inn Gets Green Light to Expand

Carlton’s Brookside Inn adds lunch, dinner, more beds
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Weekend Market in Mac

McMinnville’s Granary District tests market potential

Go, Green, Go!

Local Earth Utility Vehicles give winegrowers electric alternative

Pre-Harvest Par-Tee

Industry couple invites several hundred colleagues to celebrate

#1 Story for 2009: Lawsuit Roils Industry Waters

Domaine Serene sues winemaker Tony Rynders

La Dolce Vita

Oregon’s love affair with Italian grapes grows, giving vintners a true taste of “the sweet life”

Courting Japan

In order to succeed in Japan’s booming wine market, cultivating solid relationships is Oregon’s top priority

From Far-Away Norway

Founder of Johan Vineyards favors Northwest over North Sea
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News Briefs for November 2009

News Briefs for November 2009

Classic Cuisine, Quaffers

Ashland’s popular Food & Wine Classic set for Nov. 6–8

Wine Center Opening in Mac

Willamette Valley Vineyards to open sustainable tasting and touring information facility on Third Street

Maryhill Celebrates Decade

Columbia Gorge winery marks 10 years of successful vintages

#10 Story: The Other Smoky Taste

Taint possible in Southern Oregon, but not a concern

Artisan Cidery Pops the Top

Slake your thirst with Carlton Cyderworks in McMinnville
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