A Penultimate Pinot Noir: Willamette Valley, Oregon

For 40 years, Pinor Noir vines have thrived in Oregon’s distinctive Willamette Valley winegrowing region, becoming one of the world’s most respected sources of these wines.

Today, there are more than 300 wineries utilizing over 14,000 acres of vineyards, producing over 1.6 million cases annually of a handful of wines. But Pinot Noir is their most important grape.

Read this Pinot Noir success story at SF Gate.com.

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