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Oregon: The Taste of Wine by Janis Miglavs
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Oregon: The Taste of Wine

by Janis Miglavs

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0882407465, Hardcover)

Both a photographic tour through the burgeoning Oregon wine country and an in-depth discussion of winemaking in the region. Elegant in design and featuring beautiful photography, highlighting many of the most well known wineries as well as the smaller lesser well known gems. It is a tribute to both the pioneers and newcomers of the Oregon wine industry who have made a mark in the international world of wine. Includes a Foreword by Jim Bernau, Founder of Willamette Valley Vineyards. Includes a historical time line of people and events that made Oregon a respected and maturing wine region. Map of the Viticultural areas of Oregon.

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