Oregon is known for producing exceptional Pinot Noir, and the Chehalem Mountains offerings are no exception. Today is National Pinot Noir Day, and we want to highlight the significance of this varietal in the Chehalem Mountains. Winemakers across the Willamette Valley have captured the
Are you ready to uncork the magic within the Chehalem Mountains? Below you’ll find some of the limited-production wines from renowned wineries that make up the Magic Collection, the perfect way to experience the wine lover’s ultimate dream. This 24-bottle set features small-batch wines
Sustainability is what allows wineries to improve the quality of the earth and preserve the soil for vintages to come. We want to dive into the sustainable practices used within the Chehalem Mountains and highlight three of our members who maintain earth-friendly practices and
A diversity of soils, elevations and weather have made the Chehalem Mountains’ terroir renowned for their Pinot noir and chardonnay. These just happen to be the two essentials in making sparkling wine. The Chehalem Mountains AVA experiences maritime climate conditions and long growing seasons.
In honor of Women’s History Month, we are highlighting three female leaders in the Chehalem Mountains AVA. These women have made an outstanding impact in the Oregon wine industry by playing a major role in establishing wineries, creating successful vintages and sharing their passion
In honor of Women’s History Month, the Chehalem Mountains Winegrowers is proud to highlight female leaders and workers within the association. Historically, women have been underrepresented in winemaking; however, thanks to many courageous women worldwide, things are changing. We are proud to represent
The month of February is about celebrating all kinds of love, so we want to share some of the wines we love from the Chehalem Mountains. Whether you are looking to invigorate a romantic dinner with your partner or share a meaningful experience
When it comes to the quality of wine, diversity plays an integral role in the process. The terroir concept defines how a region’s soil, climate and terrain affect all aspects of the wine produced. The grounds that we grow and harvest grapes on are