• 6 of the Best Oregon Wines That Aren't Pinot Noir

    4 monthes ago - By Vine Pair

    These days, when we think about wine from Oregon, we immediately blurt out Pinot Noir. It makes sense, of course, as this is one of the U.S.'s meccas for wines made from the grape, and of our more unique expressions of it to boot. But what I think we have learned here at VinePair, with an entire month focusing solely on American wine, is that even though one grape may define a region to the general public, a wine region is much more than a single grape.
    Pinot Noir was brought to northern Oregon's Willamette Valley in the 1960s to prove it could thrive there. Winemakers planted vines in the...
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