If you’ve ever taken a sip of wine and immediately felt dryness in the middle of your tongue, then you’ve had tannins. A naturally derived polyphenol from wood, bark, fruit skins, seeds, leaves, and plants,…..
Don’t let the bubbles fool you. Although sparkling wine and Champagne both possess a refreshing effervescence and a similar trademark “pop” when uncorked, there are a few main reasons why the two labels display different names. True…..
Oregon’s 5,200-square mile Willamette Valley is America’s sixth-largest viticultural area, so there’s a lot of ground to cover for devoted wine lovers. Before you embark on your winery visits, here’s…..
Event Details Date: August 8, 2015Packet pick up: Day before the race (August 7) at the Race ExpoStarting point: Stoller Family Estate, 16161 NE McDougall Rd, Dayton, OR 97114Start time: 7:00 a.m. PSTDifficulty level: Mild…..
Today, more than 600 Oregon wineries in 18 designated wine-growing areas regularly produce award-winning red wines. Wine enthusiast Madeline Puckett at Wine Folly describes Oregon red wines as “nuanced, subtle, with high acidity…..
In addition to offering a diverse and award-winning range of wines, many wineries in Temecula Wine Country pride themselves on delivering a culinary experience that deftly complements their selected wines……