What is the most successful vine grown in Oregon, and why?

What is the most successful vine grown in Oregon, and why?

Without a doubt, the “flagship” grape of Oregon is Pinot Noir, with 9,000+ acres planted throughout the state.

Oregon’s maritime climate, as well as its location along the 45th North Latitude, model that of Burgundy, a region of France known for its elegant Burgundy (Pinot Noir) wines.

November 17, 2017 / by / in
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