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March 6, 2019 | Latest News

Oregon Wineries Come Together To Save Grapes Rejected For Smoke Taint

By Shana Clarke

Grape growers in southern Oregon thought they had already weathered one of the biggest challenges of the 2018 season — the Klondike Fire, which burned over 175,000 acres in July.

But on Sept. 22, they faced even more devastating news: Copper Cane Wines and Provisions, a Calif.-based winery that contracts with numerous growers in the region, canceled grape orders mere days before harvest was supposed to start, citing smoke taint. Read full article...


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