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Five Reasons a Willamette Valley Wine Vacation is the Best for your Honeymoon

Five Reasons a Willamette Valley Wine Vacation is the Best for your Honeymoon

One of Oregon’s most well-known regions is undoubtedly the Willamette Valley. The Willamette Valley is Oregon’s top wine-growing region and is known for producing some of the most exquisite Pinot Noir wines in the world because of its rich soils. The area is thought to be ideal for romantic getaways. Here are a few explanations …

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Williamette Valley sustainable wine practices

What Makes the Willamette Valley One of the Most Sustainable Wine Regions?

Can wines be sustainable? It’s no secret that some practices within the modern wine industry can have a detrimental impact on the environment, from pesticide use and greenhouse gas emissions resulting from the shipping process to water usage during the growing season. In fact, while French vineyards occupy only 3% of the country’s agricultural land, …

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Willamette Valley’s Early History

A Taste of the Past: Touring Willamette Valley’s Early History Through Wine

Willamette Valley Early History Much has been written about the history of the Willamette Valley. In this article, we’ll explore the area’s founding and discuss a few key early history events that have shaped the Valley’s wine industry over the course of its history. And we’ll also delve into some of the region’s oldest vineyards …

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Proud of its variety: Winemaking Diversity and Equity in the Willamette Valley

When it comes to winemaking in the Willamette Valley, there is a rich history that often gets left out of the conversation. It is diversity and equity in the winemaking industry. The variety of diverse voices and histories makes the Willamette Valley stand out from other wine-growing regions. It is the voices of these diverse …

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Why Is Willamette Valley Unique?

Why Is Willamette Valley Unique? Whether you prefer red or white wine, Willamette Valley has an award-winning version of both. This lush valley, which surrounds the Willamette River and stretches roughly from Portland in the north to Eugene in the south, is known for its unique soils and climate perfect for growing Pinot Noir. Aside …

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The Willamette Valley AVA

Willamette Valley AVAs

Willamette Valley AVAs Oregon started wine production in the 1840s, but the modern wine industry didn’t really begin to take-off until the 1960s. Currently, Oregon is the 4th largest producer of wine in the USA and possesses 19 officially recognized wine-growing regions called American Viticultural Areas (AVAs). Each AVA region in Oregon features a unique …

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Willamette Valley Wine Tours – Wine History Tours

Welcome to Wine History Tours The tour for wine and history lovers alike About Us Discover the best of wine and history together! https://winehistorytours.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/Wine-Tour-1.mp4#t=2 Visit our wine tour options for the best wine tours near you, Willamette Valley Wine Tours, Dundee Wine Tours, and Wine Tours from Portland, Oregon. Wine History Tours  was founded with a …

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Beaux Frères: Official History & Dates

Official Company Name Beaux Frères Official Company Address (optional) 15155 NE North Valley Rd., Newberg, OR 97132 Primary Wine Region(s) Ribbon Ridge AVA | Willamette Valley Official Winery Start Date 1992 was the first commercial vintage Owners Artemis Domaines First harvest date 1990 Award(s) won and date(s) Two top 10 appearances on Wine Spectator’s Top …

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Mosel: The coldest wine region in the world

Mosel: The coldest wine region in the world Mosel is one of the world’s steepest, coldest and northernmost wine-producing regions. The region encompasses the valleys of rivers Mosel, Saar, and Ruwer in Germany, starting from Mosel’s mouth at Koblenz upstream to the neighborhood of Trier in the federal state of Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. The steep slopes …

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Self-Guided Wine Tour of Umpqua Valley, Oregon

Self-Guided Wine Tour of Umpqua Valley, Oregon

Self-Guided Wine Tour of Umpqua Valley, Oregon Douglas County in Southern Oregon contains Umpqua Valley. It is centered on Roseburg, 165 miles (265 kilometers) south of Portland, and spans an area measuring 65 miles (104 kilometers) north to south and 25 miles (40 kilometers) east to west. German immigrants arrived in Oregon in the 1880s …

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