ABOUT OREGON WINE RESOURCE STUDIO
The Oregon Wine Resource Studio is a toolkit that will equip anyone to learn about, train others and sell Oregon wine. This website offers a comprehensive collection of Oregon maps, stats and facts available in free, downloadable, customizable presentations.
Created by the Oregon Wine Board, the Resource Studio is a collaboration among Oregon winemakers, winegrowers and world-renowned climate, soil and wine experts to tell the uniquely compelling story of Oregon’s premium winegrowing regions. Topics span from a visual timeline of the industry’s history to a discussion of Oregon’s climate, geology, environmental stewardship and more.
Dive right into the complete Oregon Wine presentation, or pick and choose the topics most relevant to you. Once downloaded, PowerPoint slides can be easily removed and rearranged to cater to diverse sets of audiences. And, you are encouraged to add your own spin and story by downloading the Oregon Wine Resource Studio Template Kit. If you’re on the go, this mobile-friendly website will allow you to easily view content and PDF presentations on any tablet or smartphone.
How to Access Downloadable Materials
1. All downloadable content is accompanied by an “Add to Download” button. Click on your preferred file type and the selected files will be added to your portfolio.
2. Continue to browse the Resource Studio, adding as many files as you’d like.
3. Once you have everything you need, click “Checkout” on any topic landing page or click on the cart icon in the top right corner on this website.
4. Fill out your contact information.
5. Download assets immediately, or access them later through links sent to your e-mail. These links also make it easy to send content to others without the hassle of attaching large files.
Creative Commons Licensing
The Oregon Wine Resource Center by the Oregon Wine Board is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. Oregon Wine Resource Studio materials and information are meant to be shared and built upon. For this reason it is licensed under Creative Commons, which is less restrictive than traditional copyrighting. The Attribution license allows users to share (copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format) and adapt (transform and build upon the material) for any purpose, so long as attribution to the Oregon Wine Board is provided.