COMMENTARY

The Life of a W(h)ine Glass

From supply store to spa, to shelf, to Pinot Vista tasting room tables

 

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Sam Neill. ##Photo by Andrea Johnson

Q&A: Sam Neill

Kiwi actor/winery owner answers OWP

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Woman's Work

There’s nothing we can’t accomplish

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Two Sides to Every Label

Willamette Valley Wineries Association initiatives spark conversation

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Make a Month of It

Telling the story of Oregon wine all May long

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Kermit Lynch ##Photo by Judy Dater

Q&A: Kermit Lynch

International wine legend answers OWP

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Niagara vines stand near the winery and house at Oak Knoll Winery in Hillsboro. ##Photo by Michael Alberty

The Changeup: Falling for Niagara

Oak Knoll’s take on New York grape a surprising, sweet treat

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The 10 cases of wine were donated to Linfield College’s Oregon Wine Archive. ##Photo by Kerry McDaniel Boenisch

Ten Dusty Cases

Cellar unearths memories of wine country childhood

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John Paul of Cameron Winery poses for a prank cover story in the April 2008 edition of Oregon Wine Press. ##Photo by Andrea Johnson

Fun Foolery

April the perfect excuse for high jinks

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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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Saul Henry IV

Q&A: Chef Saul Henry IV

Antarctica chef thaws out with OWP

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Is This Mic On?

You might live in wine country...

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Outside the Box

Eschewing experts to achieve self-actualization

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Andy Young multitasking in the vineyard. ##Photo by Michael Alberty

The Changeup: Crescent Swoon

Winemaker Andy Young riffs on Austrian reds

 

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The Allison Inn & Spa, Newberg. ##Photo provided

Q&A: Chef Chris Smith

The Allison hires new executive chef

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Global Warming

Heat up the winter blues with international fare

 

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von Flotow Vineyard near Hood River. ##Photo by Michael Alberty

The Changeup: Smoke Signals

A surprising Dolcetto rises from the ashes

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Emily Walker and Chase Meyers

Demystifying Price Variation

Linfield students present Willamette Valley Pinot pricing study

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Julian Rose ##Photo provided

Last Call: Julian Rose

Q&A with Moonstruck's master chocolatier

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Aug. 11, looking east from Snow Camp lookout within the 2002 Biscuit Fire, which burned 500,000 acres. The huge plume center stage marks the Klondike Fire; to its left low and along the ridge is the Taylor Fire — stopped along the Rogue River west of Grants Pass. The Klondike Fire was not suppressed until out of sight on the left side, charring more than 175,000 acres. The Chetco Bar Fire, to the right and out of view, annihilating 191,000 acres in 2018. ##Photo provided

Wine Country Forest Management

By Pete Buffington | Abiqua Wind Vineyard Had the public lands in Southwest Oregon (Klondike Fire) and Clear Lake/Mendocino (Ranch Fire and Mendocino Complex) been managed for something more than ...

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Kevin Zraly

Kevin Zraly ##Photo provided Kevin Zraly is a legendary New York-based author and beloved, longtime wine instructor. Between 1976 and 2001, he held the position of wine director for the prestigious ...

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