Sea, Taste, Smell

Engaging all the senses at Astoria’s UnWined

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Savor Southwest Washington Wine will be hosted inside the white-washed hangar at the Pearson Air Museum in Vancouver, Washington, May 11. ##Photo by Viki Eierdam

Savoring the Southwest

Washington region hosts first celebration

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Winemakers Bryum Arnellii and Thomas Monroe salute the latest bottling of moss wine. ##Photo provided

Rolling Stone Gathers All the Moss

Producer challenges state’s Pinot paradigm

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Red Hills Market. ##Photo provided

Red Hills in Mac

Kropfs open second restaurant in the Atticus

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Parrett Mountain Cellars owners Marlene and Dennis Grant. ##Photo by Kathryn Elsesser

Picture-Perfect Parrett

Chehalem Mountains neighborhood a scenic, sip-worthy treasure

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A helicopter lifts off at Domaine Serene in the Dundee Hills and heads to Downtown Portland. ##Photo courtesy of Hillsboro Aviation


Getting to the wineries should be half the fun  


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The new interior of the Domaine de Broglie tasting room exudes a classy Hollywood vibe. ##Photo provided

Coppola Debut

Oregon brand named for French physicist


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The 2019 Oregon Chardonnay Celebration panel at The Allison Inn & Spa in Newberg (from left): Ben Casteel, Bethel Heights; Kate Payne-Brown, Stoller Family Estate; Robert Brittan, Brittan Vineyards; Jason Lett, The Eyrie Vineyards; and Michael Etzel of Beaux Frères. ##Photo by Andrea Johnson

Coming of Age

Oregon Chardonnay Celebration marks eighth


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Amanda Kitz, fishmonger at Northwest Fresh Seafood in Newberg, pairs the Crab Tomalley with Oregon Dungeness crab, of course. ##Photo by Michael Alberty

Claw and Order

Teutonic’s white field blend a shore buy

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Book Review: Intertwined

Local author publishes more than just memoir

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Chris Hermann of 00 Wines 
excitedly wins an auction lot at the 2019 Classic Wines Auction at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland. ##Photo by John Valls

Around the Block

Classic Wines Auction marks 35 in the Rose City

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Oregon Solidarity winery prinicpals, winemakers and growers. From left: Amy Anderson, Villa Novia Vineyards; Laura Lotspeich, Pheasant Hill Vineyard; Taylor King, King Estate; Jim Ball, Five Tollers Vineyard; Brent Stone, King Estate; Ryan Johnson, King Estate; Ed King III, King Estate; Joe Ibrahim, Willamette Valley Vineyards; Christine Clair, Willamette Valley Vineyards; Michael Moore, Quail Run Vineyards; Justin King, King Estate; Leon Pyle and Cathy DeForest, Maison Tranquille; Mike Anderson, Villa Novia Vineyards; Ray Nuclo, King Estate; and Joe King, King Estate. ##Photo provided

In Solidarity

New brand defines Oregon wine community


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Crowds gather at the 2018 SIP! McMinnville Wine & Food Classic at the Evergreen Air and Space Museum. ##Photo by Marcus Larson

Sip City

McMinnville marks 26 years of wine and food celebration

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Greg Jones, climatologist and director of Linfield College’s Evenstad Center for Wine Education, presents his annual climatology report to the main exhibit hall on the second day. ##Photo by Carolyn Wells-Kramer

Symposium 2019

Another successful industry meeting in the books

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Event volunteer Brittney Schweizer-Wylie helps with the celebration’s wine raffle. ##Photo by Maureen Battistella

Raising the Temp

Oregon Tempranillo continues to catch fire

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A yeast culture at the start of its fermentation process at Wyeast Laboratories. ##Photo provided.

Liquid Assets

Wyeast Laboratories expands to wineries

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Vines climb high at Cepa De Oro Vineyard in Camargo, Bolivia. ##Photo provided

Extreme-Altitude Endeavor

Portland importer elevates Bolivian producers

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An Oregon black truffle balances on a slicer behind the scenes during the James Beard Legacy Dinner at Domaine Serene. ##Photo by Kathryn Elsesser

Digging for Gold

Oregon Truffle Festival celebrates treasured fungi


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Blizzard of Bubbles

Anne Amie hosts sparkling event despite weather

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Cherry Hill Vineyard in the Eola-Amity Hills AVA shines in the sun. While this stunning property is NOT for sale, it’s a perfect example of how planting vines can greatly improve a land’s value, especially as the plants mature.  ##Photo by Andrea Johnson

A Place in the Sun

Bright future for wine country real estate


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Perseverance Prevails

Van Duzer Corridor AVA finally approved by TTB


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