WINE our favorite subject over here at, A Great Oregon Wine Tour. How did wine become what it is today? Well, there are some wildly interesting facts you may not know. Let’s get started! Grapes are the most planted fruit
The Grapes of Willamette Valley | PINOT NOIR | Pinot Noir is a red wine grape variety that produces one of the world’s most popular red wines. It is a cool climate grape and only grows well in a few
Ever tasted a variety of wines and thought “wow, what fruit is this?” At the same time wondering how wine could smell like vanilla but taste like cherries? One of the most exciting things about wine is all of the
The Willamette Valley is 150 miles long and roughly 60 miles wide! It’s Oregon’s largest AVA. The Willamette Valley runs from the Columbia River in Portland, and south through Salem to the Calapooya Mountains outside Eugene. The Willamette Valley was
We’re known in Oregon and the Willamette Valley for Pinot Noir, but Chardonnay could be the future my friends. In the beginning stages of wine growing in this AVA, Chardonnay never seemed the right grape for this climate and terroir.
Dundee, Oregon is a small town located about 30 miles southwest of Portland. One of Oregon’s most well revered wine growing regions and an American Viticultural gem, Dundee it is located in Yamhill County and is entirely contained within the
Moffett Vineyards are located in the beautiful Northern Willamette Valley! Owners, Trent and Colleen Moffett, are part of the Livingston Moffett Winery legacy which was founded in Napa Valley in 1976 by Trent Moffetts’ parents, Diane and John Livingston. Trent