Snooth – September 2, 2014

The terrain of Oregon's Willamette Valley is made up of bountiful complex micro-climates that play a major role in the dynamism and charisma of the region's variegated Pinot Noirs.  These micro-climates offer diverse geology and soils, so the multiple sub AVAs of the larger Willamette Valley AVA have been inherent in identifying and outlining the unique characteristics of different wine growing areas. Read full article