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

#4 Story: Stellar Harvest Shaping up

Statewide, growers generally declare 2009 to be a great year

High Noon in the New Old West

A friendly draw between cowboy viticulture and Pinot paradise

#8 Story: An Elevated Lifestyle

Hyland Vineyards’ owners offering house lots with a view and vineyards, to

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Klamath Co.’s One and Only

At 12 Ranch Wines, they raise their glasses and a herd of cattle
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News Briefs for December 2009

Oregon Wine Press News Briefs for December 2009
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Food, Family, Fond Memories

“The Ponzi Vineyards Cookbook” by Nancy Ponzi
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UCC Grows Farther South

SOWI uses Medford custom-crush facility Pallet Wine Company as a teaching winery for out-of-area students
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Forming the Castle

Castillos open their dream winery in Milton-Freewater

Eat, Drink for a Cause

Erath and Chateau Ste. Michelle partner with Northwest restaurants to raise money for area wine schools

Applegate Red Revised

A year after his death, Frank Ferriera is much missed; and his highly respected vineyard, still up for grabs

Taste of the Great 2008

¡Salud! tasting puts exclamation point on recent Pinot vintage

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Southern Sipping in the City

Southern Oregon wineries show impressive portfolios in Portland

Generation Wine

As the gift-giving season approaches, young wine buyers look for a good price and a good story

Underground Gourmet

Subterra, a new restaurant in Newberg, is reminiscent of many of Europe’s underground eateries.

Symposium to Talk Future

Oregon wine industry to discuss a range of hot topics at Eugene Symposium in February.
Wayne Oppenheimer poses in his  wine Wizard  costume in front of his tour bus. Oppenheimer is host of the new

Wine-Up Wayne

In mid-January, Oppenheimer launched, an online video blog about wine. For those wine geeks out there, you know that this is not a new idea; Oppenheimer knows that, too.
Darlene Looney’s great grandparents,
Tillie and W.T.Evans, both seated, are surrounded
by theirchildren in this 1910 family portrait.
Her great aunt,Ethel Aramenta, is pictured on
the far left.Photo provided

Really Deep Roots

Darlene Looney is justifiably proud of the fact that Aramenta Cellars, the winery she and her husband, Ed, founded in 2000, makes wine from grapes grown on the very same land relatives began farming back in the early 1900s.
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