If Napa Valley is considered the King of American Cabernet Sauvignon, why can’t the Willamette Valley be crowned Queen of US Pinot Noir? Roger Morris reports on a coronation in the making. Read full article.
Forbes: Oregon’s Wine Industry Goes From Strength To Strength
The Robb Report – september 27, 2018
2017 proved to be a banner year for Oregon’s growing wine industry as it continued its upward trajectory from strength to strength. Read full article.
The Robb Report: If You Like White Burgundy, You’ll Love Oregon Chardonnays
The Robb Report – september 14, 2018
Willamette Valley Winemakers rival their French counterparts for world-class versions of the world’s favorite white. Read full article.
I’ll Drink to That: Blending for Beauty with Maggie Harrison
I’ll Drink to that – july 6, 2018
Maggie Harrison of Antica Terra joins Levi Dalton on I’ll Drink to That to discuss her first winery job working at Sine Qua Non, her thoughts on blending wine and what she is looking for at the blending table and at the wine press.
Defining Oregon Pinot Noir: A Round Table Discussion With Some Oregon Winemakers
forbes – june 23, 2018
Oregon’s Pinot noir producers are steadily moving out of Burgundy’s shadow; in the process redefining what makes Oregon Pinot unique. Read full article
Seven Wine Regions for your Destination Wedding
wine enthusiast – june 4, 2018
If a destination wedding in Burgundy is a stretch, consider the Willamette Valley. Read full article
The AVAs and subzones of the Willamette Valley
jancisrobinson.com – may 15, 2018
As the need to find affordable, high-quality Pinot noir increases, Oregon’s Willamette Valley has become one of the grape’s go-to regions, writes Elaine Chukan Brown. Read full article (subscribers only)
What’s new, what’s novel in Oregon’s Willamette Valley wine country
the seattle times – may 4, 2018
An old ferry, a unique hotel, new tasting rooms await visitors to the vineyard region southwest of Portland. Read full article