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  • Linda Murphy
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  • Linda Murphy
21 Dec 2006

As reported in Vintage 2006 in Oregon, the Dundee Hills won their own AVA last year. This 6,490-acre region has crimson, volcanic clay-loam soils that drain very well. Peaks of up to 1,000 feet rise above the Willamette and Chehelem valley floors, trapping warmth from the day and shielding vines from fog and…

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