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Oregon Wine

Union Wine Is Changing The Way We Drink

The Huffington Post | Julie R. Thomson | Posted 07.07.2014 | Taste

And we are not complaining.

VIDEO: A Look at Oregon's Pinot Noirs

Ali Rosen | Posted 05.05.2014 | Taste
Ali Rosen

Pinot Noir has been growing steadily in popularity, but typically California or French wines are making the initial cut. Perhaps its time to try a compromise in Oregon wines -- grown on the same latitude as Burgundy but with a new world feel, they can be the best of both worlds.

Top Three Reasons To Visit The Willamette Valley Now

Mary Orlin | Posted 09.05.2013 | Taste
Mary Orlin

Wine country tourism is on the rise and one of the fastest growing destinations is Oregon's Willamette Valley. I've visited the past two summers (July...

A Young Oregon Winemaker (VIDEO)

Rebecca Gerendasy | Posted 08.17.2013 | Taste
Rebecca Gerendasy

McMinnville, Oregon Remy Drabkin grew up in a community where exciting new winemakers were helping to shape the nascent wine industry in Oregon. Her ...

Learn about the Oldest Pinot Noir Vines in Willamette Valley (VIDEO)

Rebecca Gerendasy | Posted 07.28.2013 | Taste
Rebecca Gerendasy

Dundee, Oregon. David Lett may not have single-handedly put Oregon wine on the world map when he began planting the first Pinot Noir grapes at Eyrie V...

PHOTOS: Guide To Willamette Valley Wine Country

Snooth | Posted 09.13.2012 | Travel
Snooth

The northern portion of Oregon's Willamette Valley is only an hour's drive from Portland, the state's largest city, but the 5,200 square mile swatch of wine country seems a world apart in its unhurried, scenic way.

Tempranillo in the U.S.: A Learning Curve

Richard Jennings | Posted 10.16.2012 | Home
Richard Jennings

Tempranillo -- the grape whose Spanish incarnations as both traditional and modern-style Rioja I've been writing about here for the past few weeks -- is highly versatile, food friendly and capable of great things.

5 Most Popular Luxury Pinot Noir Wines

Snooth | Posted 10.14.2012 | Home
Snooth

The high quality potential that Pinot Noir has when it's produced well is worth preserving. In fact, luxury selections of this wine (priced between $50 to over $100 per bottle) are delicious -- and quite popular among wine lovers.

Wine for Thanksgiving: Match the Sides, Not the Bird

Meathead | Posted 05.25.2011 | Style
Meathead

You'll need something quenching to wash down overcooked turkey, something with a hint of sweetness so it won't taste bitter with the side dishes, something tart enough to cut their sweetness, and something friendly that everybody will love.