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If Oregon had a scent it would be the melange of aromas offered by the Prince Hill--wafts of cherry, vanilla, ripe loganberry, aromatic lavender and wet river stone. Palate-embracing tannins carry flavors ...
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The aromatics are giving and voluptuous with notes of black cherry, leather, anise, bramble and hints of red cedar. On the mouth it has a certain refined elegance with soft tannins, violets, earth and cassis. ...
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Argyle Pinot Noir is an honest representation of the Willamette Valley. Fermented entirely in small 1.5 ton lots and plunged by hand, Argyle Pinot Noir is blended for purity. The nose leans towards dark ...
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Sparking garnet in color, this Willamette Valley Pinot Noir sports aromas of red raspberry and wild strawberry. Flavors are focused and bursting with red and blue fruits, a hint of cocoa and silky smooth ...
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Dark ruby garnet color. Bright, smoky aromas of buttery roasted cherries, nut brittle, grilled oranges, and chocolate yogurt with a satiny, bright, dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body and a smooth, appealing, ...
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Ponzi Pinot noirs are distinguished by a consistency of excellence demonstrated through the vintages. Given our extreme weather variations, crafting fine Pinot noir each vintage is anything but routine. ...
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An entry into the world of iconic Oregon producer Ken Wright. This is a light raspberry, floral Pinot with a casual mix of baking spices on the nose and palate. Lush and pure fruit is this winemaker’s hallmark ...
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In the Vineyard One of the first three brands to vineyard-designate Shea, we started sourcing fruit from this vineyard in 1996 from the original plantings of Block 1. Since those original vines succumbed ...
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An earthy Oregon Pinot with cranberry, cherry, red apple, and firm tannins. Pairs perfectly with:Many meats or dry, firm cheeses, such as Asiago, Dry Jack, or Manchego
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Sourced from several different Dundee Hills vineyards, this wraps its black cherry fruit in tart acids, chalky minerals, and a hint of iron. Substantial, muscular and stiff out of the bottle, it will blossom ...
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90 point Wine Enthusiast - This is a fine representation of the high-quality, fruit-laden 2012 vintage. Forward and ripe, it’s packed with cherry fruit that shows a bit of candy at its center, then ...
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Dark stone fruit aromas with some notes of cedar give way to flavors of licorice and black currants. Great up front and well rounded tannins give this wine a well structured balance that has a lasting finish.
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In the glass, this wine is a deep dusty violet color, with nice concentration. On the nose, sweet bramble fruit and ripe black cherry mingle with sarsaparilla and cherry cola. On the palate, the root beer ...
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Freshly baked berry cobbler, cream soda, a vein of citrus and a waft of subtle smoke envelope the senses. Soft and supple on the palate, the wine delivers notes of fresh, juicy red plum, cranberry and zesty ...
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The 2012 vintage shows rich notes of black cherry and pepper with a layered, filling entry. Complexity is apparent as tannins, acid, and oak build into an ample and lingering finish. Alcohol:13.0%
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Oregon's wine production is concentrated in three main growing regions, two of which are located within the state and one that straddles the border of Oregon and Washington. The state offers a variety and complexity that allow its wines to compete within the world market.

Although the grapes, wineries and areas surrounding them are not as developed as the wineries in California, Oregon does well considering its significantly smaller size. Wineries have become a quickly growing tourist attraction affecting the state's economy. Winemakers within Oregon welcome visitors and benefit most from on-site sales and stays.

The most popular and successful grape in the region is Pinot Noir, but other popular grapes include Pinot Gris, Riesling and Chardonnay. The dozens of wineries in Oregon produce wines that are typically marketed as varietals. Oregon produces several styles of wine in addition to the traditional still wine. Shop our selection at Wine Chateau for the region's sparkling wine, ice wine and dessert wine to step outside the box.

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