Archive for the ‘Oregon Pinot Gris Group’ Category

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Wine and getting my just desserts ~ baked and gluten free

Tweet Wine and my getting just desserts ~ baked and gluten free… Oh yeah and oh yummy! Wine is gluten free, in almost every instance… It’s listed as 20 parts per million. There are a few exceptions to this rule. On About.com, regarding Celiac Disease & Gluten Sensitivity In some cases, the culprit will be […]

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November update from our Oregon producer friends

Tweet I get to work with a lot of different wine companies, so I asked for a November update from our Oregon producer friends… I mostly wanted to know what harvest was like for them, even though some are still finishing up on harvest. This is why, I know, that the following wine companies were […]

Oregon Get your Gris On

Tweet Oregon, Get your Gris On ™ ~ Will you be there to be Foursquare? It’s coming right along…. On August 17 and 18, 2013, each winery below will be focused on their Oregon Pinot Gris…Oregon’s Other Pinot, with an Oregon Get Your Gris On!™ day. Oregon, Get your Gris On!™ ~ Will you be there […]

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Oregon, Get Your Gris On!™

Tweet Oregon, Get Your Gris On!™ is an event that’s a result of the 2013 Oregon Pinot Gris Symposium, sponsored by Oak Knoll Winery. Oak Knoll is the leader in the Oregon Pinot Gris movement, and took to heart what wine writer Paul Gregutt has had to say for the last three years… “You need […]

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Pinot Gris Food Pairings ~ A Best Resource ~ OregonPinotGris.org

Tweet When you’re thinking about enjoying a glass of Pinot Gris, regardless of the region from which it came, the Oregon Pinot Gris site has the best “Food Recommendations” page, in three easy categories: Vegetarian Dishes Fish and Seafood Dishes Meat Dishes Each recipe suggestion within the categories has a link to an external site […]

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Holiday White Wine ~ Oregon Pinot Gris is a perfect match for holiday foods

Tweet The range of flavors from Oregon Pinot Gris is similar, I’ve personally found, to California Petite Sirahs… The range being huge! It’s a winemaker’s palate; and I’m not referring to a wine palate, I’m referring to an artist’s palate. Just as an artist begins his or her oil painting by filling the palate with […]

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Oregon Pinot Gris Symposium Sheds More Light on Oregon Pinot Gris as a Regional Specialty

Tweet Starting with Wine Enthusiast’s Paul Gregutt’s keynote speech, the Second Annual Oregon Pinot Gris Symposium sponsored by Oak Knoll Winery, was off and running. Paul Gregutt’s no stranger to Oregon wines, having written about the Northwest since the mid 1980s. His first assignment came from Harvey Steiman at Wine Spectator, as a matter of […]

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Pinot Gris ~ Comparing (light) apples, to (medium) oranges, to (heavy) pear flavors

Tweet I just read a story by Joshua Mason on SCNOW, Published: August 14, 2012 entitled, A pinot gris for every taste, darnit. The title totally intrigued me, because I’m working with a group of Oregon wineries on a Pinot Gris project to get publicity for their variety. (Of course, I was intrigued.) Joshua has […]

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Press Release: *Only* One-Page is still very important

Tweet Today, more than ever, the writing of a one-page press release is critical, in order to get a wine writer’s attention. Why? Writers are getting more mail than ever, and it’s mostly electronic. Who has time to read a new version of War & Peace? A press release is only intended to get a […]

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It’s Hip to be Petite + Who are those pricey brands, anyway?

Tweet Marc Hinton of Enobytes just wrote a story he called, Oregon Pinot Gris gets Mentored into Stardom, after attending the Oak Knoll Second Annual Pinot Gris Symposium that we just pulled off: “Greg Lint, president of Oak Knoll Winery who is no stranger to developing new marketing concepts was keen to pull everyone together […]