Friends, I've got great news to share: We are experiencing "bud break," meaning Oregon's 2017 grape growing season is officially open.
That just gives you one more great reason to salute more than 700 wineries and at least 1,000 vineyards growing 72 varieties of grapes in Oregon.
Throughout the month of May, we are celebrating Oregon Wine Month with special events, pairings, dinners, excursions and more. You can even win a weekend in wine country. Check out all of the special events online at OregonWine.org. Here is a short list of some of the invitations winemakers are extending to wine enthusiasts:
In celebration of Oregon Wine Month, Pike Road Wines is offering two for one tastings all month long. Pike Road Wines are made by the Campbell family, producers of the acclaimed Elk Cove Vineyards wines. The Pike Road label offers quality pinot noir priced under $20 a bottle, made from estate grown grapes. Visit the tasting room at 105 W. Main St. in Carlton.
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