Oregon’s relatively mild climate is reflected in its fairly lightweight wines.
Oregon has famously produced very Burgundian Pinot Noir. The modern period of wine production in Oregon goes back to 1961 and the development of Pinot Noir. Early producers in Oregon had often moved north from California, believing that Oregon would be more suited to the styles of wine they wished to produce than California had proved to be.
The breakthrough for Oregon and Pinot Noir came in 1979, with the success of a 1975 Eyrie Vineyard Oregon Pinot Noir in a French-sponsored competition.
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