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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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Mornington Peninsula

A Guide to Mornington Peninsula Wine

A Guide to Mornington Peninsula Wine Nestled in Victoria’s southeastern corner, the Mornington Peninsula stretches 100km from Frankston to Warneet. This coastal region boasts over 300 wineries and vineyards, with wine grape varieties including Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc, and more. About the Region The Mornington Peninsula is a popular holiday destination and wine-producing …

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Mornington Peninsula

The History of Mornington Peninsula, Australia

The History of Mornington Peninsula, Australia   Sitting to the west of Port Philip and south of Melbourne is the beautiful and historic city of Mornington. This region in Victoria is home to over 150,000 people known for their hospitality and warm-heartedness. In addition to its picturesque and natural landscape, this area is widely known …

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The History of Oregon Wine

The History of Oregon Wine The state of Oregon has become known worldwide for its ability to produce high-quality wines. However, wine production in Oregon did not kick off until the late 1970s. Oregon ranks fourth in the amount of wine produced in the US after California, Washington, and New York. According to the Oregon …

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