OWP Panel Picks Top 5 Faces
Oregon crafts German-style whites just right
Pinot not the only pink player
Savor these Rhône- and Loire-Style Whites
Pinot Noirs from 2012 and 2013 disparate, delightful
From racy acidity to a softer side
Oregon crafts expressive interpretations of France’s classic RED varietals.
Warmer growing regions yield robust reds.
Have your dessert and drink it, too.
Panel digs into incredible vintage of Oregon Pinot
Darn good Pinot Blanc, Sauv Blanc and Melon.
Oregon Chardonnay aspires for nobility
Oregon winemakers find way with Germanic whites.
Panel ponders selection of rosés and white blends
What is the Rhône Valley's most widely known white?
Tasting the differences from wildly divergent vintages
Pinot Gris is a light, bright, refreshingly fruity white that is enjoyable right out of the barrel and retains its freshness for a couple of years in the bottle.
Oregon’s approach to famed French wines climbs
Varieties like Tempranillo and Syrah poised for greatness
Sparkling and dessert wines suit December fine
Oregon’s Bordeaux-style reds romance the panel