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12 Value Whites from Oregon

New reviews of excellent Chardonnay, Riesling and Pinot Gris show the diversity and value of the state’s white wines
Augustus Weed
Posted: June 11, 2010

This report highlights Oregon’s strength with white grapes—affordable international varieties that typically offer elegant structures and bright flavors. Pinot Gris, the most widely planted white grape in the state, and Chardonnay lead the way, while Riesling continues to impress.

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