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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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Remy Drabkin #Photo by Neal Hulkower

News Briefs

August 2016

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Lenné’s tasting room offers an Old World feel with a stunning view of the valley.  ##Photo by Rockne Roll

Terroir, Toil, Tenacity

Lenné Estate turns peril into peerless Pinot

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A chicken coop in the vineyard is busy with life. The integration of animals is important to Hiyu’s farming philosophy. ##Photo Provided

Hello, Hiyu!

Goodbye, Pheasant Valley

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Marcus Horne, owner of Homegrown Weed & Wine Tours, chats with a participant at Duck Pond Cellars in Dundee. ##Photo by Nick Taylor

Wine Country Canni-bus

Homegrown Weed & Wine Tours rolls out new kind of tourism

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Matt Marshall plays his tee shot on the third hole during 2016 U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying at Royal Oaks Country Club in Vancouver, Washington on June 6. ##Photo by Steven Gibbons/USGA

Swinging on a Star

Winery owner Matt Marshall competes in U.S. Open

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Anne Hubatch (far left), Gerry Rasch and Betty O’Brien were honored at the Chemeketa Northwest Wine Studies Center event. ##Photo by Jade Helm

Toast to Education

Chemeketa students, alumni celebrate school with barrel and winery brand tasting

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Surrender to Riesling

Wineries to invade city with versions of German white

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Bill Holloran (left) and winemaker Mark La Gasse prepare the new winery in the Dundee Hills, where Holloran Wines will now be produced. ##Photo by Neil Zawicki

All Set to Grow

Holloran expands with facility in Dundee Hills

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Guests start to roll in to The Craft Beer & Winefest at Esther Short Park in Vancouver, Washington, on Friday, June 10. ##Photo by Viki Eierdam

Crafty in the ’Couv

Inclement weather on Friday, June 10, may have delayed the arrival of eventgoers, but it didn’t dampen the spirit of The Craft Beer & Winefest of Vancouver. In the end, approximately 3,500 guests ...

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Shuhe Hawkins and Kate Larsen aboard the Royaliste, an interpretation of a ketch-rigged privateer typical of those in service between 1755 and 1812. ##Photo by Kathryn Elsesser

Yo-ho-ho and a Bottle of Wine!

Seven Sails makes a splash with Portland-grown Gris

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News Briefs

July 2016

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Star Student

UCC/SOWI Grad shines with winning wines

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