Archive for the Tag 'David Hill Winery'

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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: Getting to know you, getting to know all about you ~ Part 2

Tweet Yesterday, I talked about my new learning curve… Oregon Pinot Gris as the marketing manager for the Oregon Pinot Gris group. The players who are leading the education: Airlie Winery Apolloni Vineyards Christopher Bridge Cellars & Satori Springs Estate David Hill Winery Oak Knoll Winery Pudding River Wine Cellars Terrapin Cellars Yamhill Valley Vineyards […]

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Oregon Pinot Gris: Getting to know you, getting to know all about you ~ Part 1

Tweet How fun it is to be discovering what Harvey Steiman of Wine Spectator magazine refers to as Oregon’s “unsung hero.” It’s a revelation to read in Robert Parker’s Wine Buyer’s Guide, “This is the hardest wine to find, as virtually all of it is snapped up before it has a chance to leave Oregon. […]

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OregonPinotGris.org is Born

Tweet How do you follow a great Oregon Pinot Gris Symposium? Easy… with an Oregon Pinot Gris marketing group at www.oregonpinotgris.com. The players who are leading the cause: Airlie Winery Christoper Bridge Cellars & Satori Springs Estate David Hill Winery Oak Knoll Winery Pudding River Wine Cellars Terrapin Cellars Yamhill Valley Vineyards These select few […]

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The Zen of Oregon Wine

Tweet [Mt. Hood: taken while flying into Portland, OR] I just can’t get enough of Oregon. One of my dearest friends in life, Greg Lint, is the president of Oak Knoll Winery, and he keeps me so connected. Years ago, when I was working for Belvedere Winery, Oregon was one of the states where I […]