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I was sent a case of Oregon Rieslings to taste during my summer in the Languedoc. I'm used to tasting, actually drinking, German Riesling there. It seems the ideal wine for the high temperatures...

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23 Aug - And today, a quarter century after their fellow Beaune negociants Drouhin did the same thing, Maison Louis Jadot announce a move into Oregon Pinot. They are buying the renowned...

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We continue this week's Pinot Noir theme with a look at the 2010 releases of one of our favourite Oregon producers, Bergström. (Left is the view from their tasting room.) I was...

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From $25, £29.95 Find Bergström's 2009s Here in Europe we see far too few fine American wines. As Alder lamented in his recent article Exporting America - the...

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The following assortment of notes was gathered at the annual London showing of wines from Washington and Oregon. Together they are nothing if not diverse, with a broad array of varieties, prices...

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From $17.55, £16.50, 2,835 yen Find this wine 3 Dec Jane Brooks Heuck elucides:  The first barrel of this wine fell from the fork lift and rolled into the creek as you saw...

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This official report on Oregon's grape harvest suggests that here is yet another wine region where wine quality may be exciting in 2010 - at least, according to its own governing body the...

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Oregon, like California, has been experiencing one of the coolest summers in living memory and so far signs are that 2010 could be the coolest Oregon vintage in 20 years. While waiting for the...

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It is all too rarely that we see evidence in the UK of what goes on in vineyards and cellars in the Pacific Northwest. However, a recent generic tasting of wines from Washington and Oregon exposed...

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Good things are worth waiting for, aren't they? I certainly hope so, for below are the 48 tasting notes I took on my blackberry at the evening walk-round tasting of this year's IPNC in Oregon...

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The Oregon Wine Board provided this detailed 2009 harvest report earlier this month. The growing-season weather round-up is followed by comments from producers in each of the main regions....

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The first mouthful of my order of Grandpa Ray's Pizza (US$11) with extra anchovies (US$2) in Nick's Italian Café in downtown McMinnville, Oregon, brought back happy memories of our initial meal...

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At the end of this year's International Pinot Noir Celebration in Oregon, on which I’ll be publishing detailed tasting notes separately, a few of us out-of-town wine writers were shown the...

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Lovely weather, wines, food and people here in McMinnville, Oregon for the International Pinot Noir Celebration.  I was here for the second one in 1988, then in 1994 when we filmed it for the...

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Old World v New World is a perennial game in wine tasting. On 22 Jan a small bunch of palates gathered to play it, pitching a few Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays of Joseph Drouhin’s Burgundy estate...

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