Forbes Pops the Cork on Oregon’s Sparkling Wine Industry

By |January 28th, 2018|

The Forbes Magazine article Bubbles Along The Willamette: Oregon’s Sparkling Wine Renaissance is like a metaphorical popping of the cork for Oregon’s burgeoning sparkling wine industry. Author Joe Micallef, himself a domestic sparkling wine judge and a Champagne judge Europe, proclaims the Willamette Valley to be in the midst of a sparkling wine renaissance.

In his words: […]

¡Viva Oregon Tempranillo Celebration!

By |January 17th, 2018|

Tempranillo grapevines have been growing in Oregon soil for more than two decades. Outside our borders Tempranillo is the fourth-most planted variety in the world.

Your opportunity to taste Oregonian expressions of the classic Rioja grape from 24 producers is almost here. Join the Oregon Tempranillo Celebration’s Grand Tasting on January 21 from 1-4 p.m. for fine wine, plentiful tapas and your own keepsake […]

City Winery Named 2018 Oregon Wine A-List Award Wine Program of the Year Winner

By |January 3rd, 2018|

Program recognizes restaurants that feature a diversity of Oregon wines, varieties and regions
The votes have been cast, the results have been tallied, and City Winery Restaurant Group has emerged the winner of the 2018 Oregon Wine A-List Wine Program of the Year.

The Wine Program of the Year winner sets a standard of excellence for an […]

Cowhorn Vineyard and Garden Achieves Wine Industry First

By |August 15th, 2017|

Tucked away in Southern Oregon’s serene Applegate Valley, Bill and Barbara Steele have accomplished something that hasn’t yet been done in the wine world. As well as offering outstanding Rhône varietals such as Viognier, Marsanne, and deep reds like Syrahs and Grenache, their Cowhorn Vineyard and Garden tasting room has achieved the first ever Living […]

Chehalem Winery Announces $40,000 in Charitable Giving

By |May 24th, 2017|

The Oregon wine industry has a long history of giving back, community support and collaborative growth. Collectively, the industry donates more than $11 million annually to charitable causes, and as the industry grows, so does the support.
A pioneer in the Ribbon Ridge AVA, Chehalem Winery was founded in the early 1980s to craft elegant Pinot noir […]