Memorial Weekend ’17

Get out and enjoy Oregon Wine Country

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Maréchal Foch was developed in Alsace, France, and named after French Marshal Ferdinand Foch (1851–1929), who played an important role in the negotiation of the armistice terms during the closing of the First World War. **Photo courtesy of Brian Tansy, Olequa Cellars

Winner, Foch Sure

Clark County embraces hybrid Maréchal Foch

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Into the Mystic

A trip through the decades at Amity winery

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Henriot Joins Beaux Frères

Paris producer buys into Newberg winery

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Keeler Estate in the Eola-Amity Hills AVA has signed the Willamette Valley Oak Accord, assuring the community the Oregon white oaks on the property are protected. ##Photo by Andrea Johnson

Disappearing Act

Willamette growers sign accord to save Oregon white oak

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Winemaker/owner Natalie Bowman works the Vinum FeRus tasting room in McMinnville. ##Photo provided.

Forging a Path

Winemaker and welder fire up Vinum FeRus

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LEFT: Guests relax in the urban-eclectic Hi-Wheel tasting room in Portland. ##Photo provided

Turning the Tables

Hi-Wheel refashions wine coolers into delectable biz

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Pour Oregon

As Oregon wines continue to secure awards and accolades, the spotlight shifts from rising stars to boutique producers, to larger wineries. For consumers, it is often hard to focus with so many brands — ...

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Sue Horstmann accepts the 2017 Lifetime Achievment Award presented by David Adelsheim and Harry Peterson-Nedry at the Oregon Wine Symposium at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland. ##Photo by Carolyn Wells Kramer  

Assembly Required

Wine Symposium key to industry’s advancenment

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Happy Campers

Winemaking co-op, tasting room opens in Dundee

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Challenge Accepted

Cowhorn builds first tasting room to LBC standards

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Chardonnay All the Way

Celebration charts varietal’s road to Oregon success

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A rendering shows what Domaine Serene’s Clubhouse will look like. ##Photo Provided

News Briefs

April 2017

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Oregon AVA 101

Although Central Oregon is  not an AVA, the state does have 18 official regions all Oregon wine lovers should know.

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Faith, Hope and Charity Vineyards in Terrebonne offers exceptional views of Mount Bachelor, Broken Top and the Three Sisters. ##Photo by Senneh O Reilly Heirloom Images Photography

High Desert Endurance

Central Oregon wine region continues establishing roots

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Jay Boberg (from left), Tracy Kendall and Jean-Nicolas Méo at Bishop Creek Vineyard, Domaine Nicolas-Jay’s acquired property in the Yamhill-Carlton AVA. ##Photo by Andrea Johnson

Vinyl to Vines

Music promoter tunes into new gig: Oregon wine

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Jean-Nicolas Méo (from left), Tracy Kendall and Jay Boberg walk the grounds of Bishop Creek Vineyard, Domaine Nicolas-Jay’s acquired property in the Yamhill-Carlton AVA. ##Photo by Andrea Johnson

The New French Paradox

Connection between Oregon and Burgundy grows stronger

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From left: Eric Weisinger of Weisinger Family Winery, Les Martin of Red Lily Vineyards, Scott Steingraber of Kriselle Cellars and Earl Jones of Abacela Winery at the 2017 Oregon Tempranillo Celebration. ##Photo by Steven Addington Photography

Tempranillo Celebrado

Spanish-style wine honored at annual Oregon celebration

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Mike Wallis, proprietor of The Cellar on 10th in Astoria, speaks with a customer at the wine shop. ##Photo by Andrea Johnson

Perkolating Pursuits

Merchants brew up extras, boosting bottle sales

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Nasty Woman Wines founder Meg Murray. ##Photo by Carolyn Wells-Kramer

A “Nasty” Proposition

Post-election brand to bring more women to table

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David Adelsheim pours his namesake wine at the Pinot in the City event in Dallas, Texas. ##Photo by Dan Eierdam

Lone Star State of Wine

Pinot in the City creates stellar Texas tasting

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