Guests enjoy the sounds of the Willamette Valley Chamber Music Festival at Elk Cove Vineyards on Aug. 21. ##Photo courtesy of Ken Friedenreich

Prelude to Tradition

Chamber music festival begins

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Chris Cullina, Argyle director of sales and marketing, presents the winning artists (from left), Lindsey Walker, Christin Engelberth and Subin Yang, all students at Pacific Northwest College of Art, and their art during the official launching of “The Art of Sparkling.”
##Photo by Greg Kozawa for Argyle Winery

Brutally Honest Art

Young artists create labels for Argyle bubbly

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For 29 years, Salomon Orozco has been supporting his family picking grapes in Oregon — the last 24 of those years at Cristom in the Eola-Amity Hills. He works with his wife, son, nephews and nieces. He calls the grapes his babies; the wine industry, his family. ##Photo by Andrea Johnson

¡Salud! Celebrates Silver

Vineyard worker healthcare program stronger than ever at 25

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News Briefs

October 2016

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Kristin and Devin Andolsen and their Golden Retrievers, Doofs and Champers, in the vineyard. ##Photo provided

It Takes a Vineyard

KAV Estate takes root in Chehalem Mountains

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Now Open: Bravura Cellars

California-focused brand a bold move in Newberg

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Now Open: Pike Road

Elk Cove creates Carlton tasting room for new label

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More for Jackson in Mac

California wine magnate tied to buyers of downtown landmark

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IPNC guests celebrate the event’s 30th with noisemakers, hats and more provided by organizers. ##Photo by Andrea Johnson

A Thirsty Thirty

IPNC quenches Pinot passion for three decades

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Susanna Brown (from left), Al McDonald, John Totten and Dick O’Brien chat during the Salem Growers’ Group annual summer picnic, Aug. 3, at BeckenRidge Vineyard in Dallas. ##Photo by Rockne Roll

Cabal of Wine

Venerable growers’ group still going strong

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Bear Creek Rolling

Southernmost wine trail creates marketing video

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All Fired Up

Wineries ignite passion for wood-oven pizza

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News Briefs

September 2016

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Uncommonly Cool

Producers gather to celebrate unique paths, pours 

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Jill House cuts the ribbon at the grand opening of Stave & Stone’s tasting room in Hood River. Family and friends joined in on the celebration. ##Photo provided

Fruits of Labor

Inherited orchard transforms into vineyard venture

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Domaine Roy’s Dundee estate, Iron Filbert Vineyard, was planted in 2013 to 13 acres of Pinot Noir and two acres of Chardonnay. ##Photo provided

Like Fathers, Like Sons

Domaine Roy & Fils celebrates second generation

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That’s Somm Blend

Brooks hosts educational winemaking experience

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Oregon Wine Original

Wolvertons recall early days of Salishan Vineyards

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Geologist Dr. Scott Burns speaks to a crowd attending a site visit at Stoller Family Estate in Dayton during the International Terroir Congress, which was hosted for the first time in Oregon, July 10–14. ##Photo by Maureen Battistella

Talking Terroir

Eleventh International Terroir Congress convenes in Oregon

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Lights glow above the trailers at The Vintages; each comes with a couple bikes for cruising the Dayton RV park. ##Photo by Kathryn Elsesser

The Mini Vacay

Tiny house sensation fuels little lodging with big personality

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Domaine Serene winemaker Erik Kramer (left) with owners Ken and Grace Evenstad at the Dayton winery. ##Photo provided

Top of the World

Domaine Serene Pinot named Decanter Best in Show

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