13 Celsius Presents An Experiment In Terroir Part 3: Willamette Valley

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13 Celsius Presents An Experiment In Terroir Part 3: Willamette Valley
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For the third installment of our Experiment in Terroir series, we’re turning our focus to a region closer to home. Oregon has been producing excellent pinot noir for a few decades now and the region of Willamette Valley, which stretches over 100 miles south from Portland, has been said to be the stepping stone between California and Burgundy in terms of producing quality pinot noir.

Perhaps it’s Willamette Valley’s cooler, more temperate climate that helps to maintain a lighter and earthier version of pinot noir from the New World. It wasn’t until 20 years ago, however, that six separate sub regions, or AVAs, were created within Willamette Valley to help characterize the variety of soil types and differences within this rather large region. Do you know the difference between Dundee Hills and Eola-Amity Hills?

We invite you to explore and identify with these regions, characterizing terroir through a flight of each side-by-side. Our knowledgeable staff will be present to engage in any conversations and answer any questions about the wines. Of course, we’ll be offering bottles of these wines to-go at a special one-day-only retail price.

Wednesday, December 9th
5-8 p.m.
$25 per flight (not including tax and gratuity)
No reservation necessary.
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By: 13 celsius

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