Syrah from a Pinot Guy

Josh Bergström explores different styles of the Rhône's grape in Oregon's Willamette Valley
Feb 10, 2016

Already at the top of its game for Willamette Valley Pinot Noir and coming on strong for Chardonnay, Oregon's Bergström Wines has been quietly working on a Syrah project. The first wines, under a new label, Gargantua, roll out next month.

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