There are the stories of Oregon you know. That picture in your head when you hear the word “Pacific” and think not sun but rain, Doug firs dripping in dappled light—steamy cafes, fly fishing for salmon, and piney IPAs.
Then there are the stories of Oregon you don’t know yet. The ones you discover in the vast expanse of Oregon wine country. A place of astonishing range, from coastal mountains to valley slopes, and river gorges to high deserts.
A place that once you’re here, there’s no going back without part of its wonder alive inside you.
This Oregon Wine Month, join Master of Wine Bree Stock for a virtual exploration of Oregon’s winegrowing regions and their True Character.
April 12, 2021 @ 11 a.m.
Discover the True Character of Oregon Wine
Oregon wine is sourced from the power and the purpose of the place. Risk, resilience, and reward. Expressions you’ll discover with every visit and every glass, tracing the adventure and character back to the people who make it. Explore with Bree the meaningful regional distinctions that give Oregon Pinot noir its distinctive character. VIEW RECORDING >>
May 10, 2021 @ 11 a.m.
Renowned. Innovative. Collective. | Discover Willamette Valley
Renowned for its Pinot noir, this cool climate region continues to define its regional distinctiveness through the addition of new AVAs and varieties. In this webinar, Bree will share her experience of the Willamette Valley’s nine distinctive AVAs nested within its boundaries and new cool climate varieties emerging in the region. REGISTER >>
The Umpqua and Rogue Valleys of Southern Oregon are home to the first vineyards in the State. Bree will reveal what it is about this diverse region that captured the imagination of our state’s early wine pioneers and why sixty-years later it continues to be a region of varietal diversity and unlimited discovery. REGISTER>>
May 24, 2021 @ 11 a.m.
Absolute. Audacious. Surprising. | Discover Walla Walla Valley & Columbia Gorge
The powerful Columbia River divides Oregon from Washington State, but this mighty river is not enough to diminish the collaborative powers of the resilient growers and audacious winemakers who craft bold and surprising wines from the slopes of the Columbia Gorge and Walla Walla Valley. Journey with Bree through the regions and wines of these cross-border AVAs. REGISTER >>