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New Wine Documentary to Showcase Willamette Valley

I got a call today from a guy back in Ft. Collins, Colorado who plans to do a documentary about Willamette Valley wines.

His passion and desire to showcase our bounty here in Oregon was contagious. This is quite an honor in which our region should be proud. Today on Wine Bytes, my wine blog on OregonLive, I talk about the Willamette Valley documentary which will showcase the region showing the world how special this region really is – by documenting those who have persevered the early times leading to our present time.

Willamette Documentary

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Marc has over twenty years experience in the food & wine industry and is committed to celebrating hospitality with pride. He is a wine blogger contributor to OregonLive.com (Wine Bytes) and has also appeared on Portland's "Vine Time" on News Radio 750 KXL and on California's Central Coast "From the Growing of the Grape to the Glass" on KUHL-AM 1410. He is also the author of A History of Pacific Northwest Cuisine: Mastodons to Molecular Gastronomy. Follow Marc on twitter @macdaddy_m

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4 Responses to “New Wine Documentary to Showcase Willamette Valley”

  1. It’s really cool that your wine region is getting some recognition. The owner of Naylor Winery in Pennsylvania told me that there is at least one winery in every state now. Who would have known…

  2. enobytes says:

    It is quite an honor!

    Check out the interesting stats on wineries by year/state:
    http://static.mgnetwork.com/vab/images/2007_wineriesbystate.pdf

  3. Calvin_Larson says:

    Wow, cool. Do you know when the documentary will be avaialble?

  4. Dan says:

    I recently saw a documentary for Washington state called Washington State: Get the Dirt on Wine. It was a good program highlighting the states vineyards and went into great detail about its terrain and soil conditions. I’m looking forward to this since I’m not familiar with Oregon’s history. I know they make Pinot, that is about it.

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