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Oregon Wineries Wine has been produced in the Oregon region since the late 1840s, but it was only in 1960 that the region started to share its secret with the world and begin producing world-class wines. Oregon wineries produce wines from seventy-two varieties of grapes, some of which are Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, Merlot, Riesling, Cabernet Sauvignon, Gewurztraminer, Muller-Thurgau, Pinot Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon, and Syrah.

Oregon wineries produce some of the finest wines from the varietal that is not only difficult to cultivate, but is also very complex to drive the wine out from. That varietal is Pinot Noir, which is the wine that Oregon wineries produce in the greatest volume.

Pinot Noir is regarded as an ancient variety of grape. The flavor, texture, and aroma of the wine are sometime too complex for novice wine-drinkers to comprehend. Oregon wineries produce full-bodied and richer Pinot Noirs, but they do not tend to be heavy. These wines also taste fresher, with a higher acidity, and have a more intense fruit flavor than that of their competitors. Another wine which tops the list in term of production in Oregon wineries is the Pinot Gris. This wine usually has a delicate fragrance with a mild floral and light citric flavor. Oregon wineries put serious effort into cultivating this white variant of Pinot Noir.

The Oregon wineries enjoy beautiful and diverse wine-growing landscapes. Most Oregon wineries offer wine tours that provide wine enthusiasts with a unique chance to experience wine tasting at the source of the wine. One such Oregon winery is the award-winning Agate Ridge Winery. This Oregon winery is located on 125 acres in southern Oregon. They have produced award-winning wines and firmly believe in using the best practices, people, and technology to bring out the best of each varietal.

Another Oregon winery that offers the wine tasting experience is the Eden Vale Winery. This Oregon winery offers wine tasting from its current offerings in the taste room. The Eden Vale wines reflect experience, innovation, artisanship, and integrity of quality and taste. This Oregon winery repeatedly scores high and receives awards for its wines.

One more Oregon winery is the South Stage Cellars, which showcases world-class Cabernets and Pinot as well as an intriguing array of fine white wines. This Oregon winery also offers the chance to taste the wine in the vineyard. South Stage Cellars’ 2008 Early Muscat won Best of Show at World of Wine, Southern Oregon’s biggest wine competition.

An award-winning Oregon winery worth visiting is the Troon Vineyard, which has gained international recognition for producing top-quality wines from a boutique winery. This winery only produces small lot (fewer than three hundred cases) of Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah, and Chardonnay, among others. The winery follows organic principles and uses no herbicides or pesticides, and all tending of the vines is done by hand. The goal is to have perfect fruit that will yield perfect wine.

The rugged mountain valleys and diverse climates in the Oregon valley allow for a wide variety of intensely flavored wine grapes to be grown that satisfy the palates of sophisticated as well casual wine drinkers all around the world.

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Cruising Southern Oregon.(winegrowing area)(Cover Story): An article from: Wines & Vines

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Brunello di Northwest? Italian vines, Washington dirt and Oregon winemaking.: An article from: Wines & Vines

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Having fun in Portland.(Oregon wineries and attractions)(Brief Article): An article from: Wines & Vines

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Lynn Penner-Ash and her family.(president and COO of Rex Hill Winery, Oregon): An article from: Wines & Vines

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Northwest wine: The vinifera wines of Oregon, Washington, and Idaho


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Winery goes public. (Willamette Valley Vineyards in Salem, Oregon): An article from: Wines & Vines

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Nothing compliments an Oregon Pinot Noir like a northwest salmon smoked in a box with Alderwood chips.