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Oregon Welcomes Its 23rd American Viticultural Area (AVA)

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New AVA Mount Pisgah, Polk County, Oregon becomes the 11th nested AVA in the Willamette Valley Portland, Ore. (July 5, 2022) – Mount Pisgah,...
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Afternoon Brief, April 11th

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Napa County Wineries Sued Over Website Accessibility Call for More Clear Compliance Terms: Dozens of Napa County wineries have been sued for website accessibility non-compliance in the last year, causing frustration and confusion for the businesses hit with the lawsuits...

Top Lot Goes for $14,000 at First-Ever Willamette Valley Collectors’ Auction 

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Zachys Wine Auctions hosts sale of eighty-nine rare and collectible lots Willamette Valley, Ore. - April 11, 2022 - Eighty-nine exclusive, rare and library bottlings...
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Afternoon Brief, March 29th

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2022 International Women’s Wine & Spirits Competition Now Accepting Submissions: Now in its fifteenth year, the prestigious International Women’s Wine Competition has this year added spirits to its lineup, making it the first and only competition of its kind in the United States — possibly in the world...

Bidding Now Open at First-Ever Willamette Valley Collectors’ Auction 

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89 Rare, Library and Collectible Lots Hosted by Zachys Wine Auctions Portland, Ore. - March 29, 2022 - The Willamette Valley Collectors’ Auction opens today,...
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Afternoon Brief, March 15th

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Grape Growers and Winemakers Try to Decide Who Bears the Cost of Smoke Damage: Since the West Coast of the U.S. has experienced numerous wildfire events in recent years, growers and wineries are trying to answer a critical question: Who should bear the financial cost of smoke impacted grapes?...

Announcing the First-Ever Willamette Valley Collectors’ Auction

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Partnership with Zachys Auction House will feature 89 exclusive lots  Willamette Valley, Ore. - March 14, 2022 - For the first time ever, the Willamette...
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Afternoon Brief, October 5th

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Increasing Temperatures Led to Better-Tasting Wine Grapes, but for How Long?: Warming temperatures over the past 60 years have led to increased wine quality, but a new study looking at sugar and color content in grapes indicates the industry may be facing trouble if trends continue, according to collaborative research out of the University of California, Davis, and University of Bordeaux...

Willamette Wineries Team Up with McMinnville Habitat for Humanity to Help...

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Collaboration Announced on World Habitat Day  Portland, Ore. - October 4, 2021 - There’s new construction on the horizon in Willamette Valley wine  country and...

Back on the Auction Block! Willamette: The Pinot Noir Auction Raised...

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(August 6, 2021; Portland, Ore.)— Registered trade bidders from across the country vied for the top wines from the Willamette Valley on Thursday, August...

Willamette Valley Gains Global Protection of Its Name

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Oregon’s Renowned Winegrowing Region Garners More Authority in the EU  Portland, Ore. (July 16, 2021) - The Willamette Valley today received formal recognition and protection...

Sixth Annual Willamette: The Pinot Noir Auction to Feature 92 One-of-a-Kind...

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(June 17, 2021; Portland, Ore.)—The Willamette Valley Wineries Association (WVWA) has unveiled the full lineup of lots for its sixth annual Willamette: the Pinot...

Sixth-Annual Willamette: The Pinot Noir Auction to Be Held August 5

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Hybrid online and in-person event will welcome wine media and trade from across the country (April 14, 2021; Portland, Ore.)—The Willamette Valley Wineries Association (WVWA)...

Willamette: The Pinot Noir Auction’s Online Pivot Raised Funds for the...

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(August 18, 2020; Newberg, Ore.)—When auctioneer extraordinaire Fritz Hatton virtually “hammered” the final lot of the Willamette: the Pinot Noir Auction, cheers could be...

Portland Basketball Superstar CJ McCollum Is 2020 Auction Ambassador for Willamette:...

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(August 11, 2020; Portland, OR)— David Millman, general manager of Domaine Drouhin Oregon and the 2020 chair of Willamette: the Pinot Noir Auction, has...
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