Oregon

Climate similar to Burgundy
Reputation built on world-class Pinot Noir
French investment
16 AVAs in Oregon with 3 overlapping Washington and 1 overlapping Idaho

Strict labeling regulations
90% for grape variety (except 75% for Cab)
100% pf grapes from stated AVAs
100% of grapes come from source owned by the winemaker.. Wine must also be made and reared on the same
estate

Important grape varieties in Willamette
Pinot Gris
Chardonnay
Pinot Noir

Southern Oregon varieties on the rise
Bordeaux varietals
Syrah, Tempranillo & Zinfandel

AVAs of Oregon
Columbia Valley
Columbia Gorge
Walla Walla Valley
Willamette Valley
Dundee Hills
McMinville
Ribbon Ridge
Yamhill-Carlton District
Eola-Amity Hills
Chehalem Mountains ÔÇô most recent

Some top producers in Willamette Valley
Domaine Seren
Eyrie Vineyards
Cristom
Bergstom
Domaine Drouhin

Southern Oregon
Umpqua Valley
Red Hill Douglas County

Rogue Valley
Applegate Valley ÔÇô newest AVA ÔÇô overlaps Idaho: Snake River Valley

Name the 6 sub appellations of Willamette Valley
1. Chehalem Mountains
2. Ribbon Ridge
3. Dundee Hills
4. Yamhill-Carlston District
5. McMinnville
6. Eola-Amity Hills

What is the minimum percentage that a wine must have in Oregon if it states a varietal? What is the exception?
90% except Cabernet Sauvignon which is 75%

1f a wine produced in Oregon states a designated area, what percentage has to be from stated area?
100%

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