Tualatin, Oregon, September 15, 2021 — Weinnotes is launching the most extensive Oregon Sparkling Report to date.
Oregon is known for its Pinot Noir, but it’s time to bring forth another conversation to the table. The primary varietals for Sparkling are Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, but the logistics of making Sparkling has been a blocker for most producers. However, with Sparkling consultants who provide equipment and expertise, more and more wineries are coming out with a limited production of Sparkling for their club members.
The Oregon Sparkling Report 2021 is the most comprehensive deep-dive of Sparkling in Oregon, highlighting 29 producers with 37 labels accompanied with tasting notes. In addition, a top ten list is included sorted in alphabetical order giving you the ability to cut to the chase for the good stuff!
“It’s astounding to me the number of people who are not aware of the world-class Sparkling Oregon produces. Of course, Oregon is known for Pinot Noir and a teeny bit for Chardonnay, but it is time to put Oregon on the map for Sparkling,” said A.J. Weinzettel, founder of Weinnotes. “From the 37 different labels in the report, I would gladly have a conversation comparing Oregon to any other region in the world.”
Weinnotes is currently running a promotion to grab a free copy on Amazon (https://www.amazon.com/Oregon-Sparkling-Report-2021-Weinzettel-ebook/dp/B09G5TXK9X/) ending at 11:59 PM on September 19, 2021
Weinnotes is the platform for Oregon Wine Country. With an Instagram following approaching 5,000 users (http://instagram.com/oregon_vinocountry/), a weekly long-form newsletter (https://newsletter.oregonvinocountry.com) of over 1,500 subscribers, an Oregon iPhone Winery Locator App (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/id1522306889), and custom winery apparel (https://weinnotes.myshopify.com) Weinnotes is the voice for Oregon Wine Country with customers saying, “A.J. sent me,” when they visit wineries all throughout the state