Brent Stone’s responsibilities increased earlier this year when he was promoted to the new role of chief operating officer. He will continue as the winemaker but will also be in charge of the day-to-day winery operations.
An urban winemaker falls in love with viticulture at a challenging vineyard site.
Music on Sunday afternoons and dog-friendly grounds make Airlie Winery a comfortable fit for custome
A retired chemistry teach puts his knowledge to work in his winery.
“That’s how my vineyard business got started — because of my passion for bees,” Ron Bitner says.
Andrew Beckham designed terra cotta vessel especially for winemaking.
Robin and Lesa Ray said they had no farming background, but they were eager to learn. Lesa Ray enrolled in the viticulture program at nearby Umpqua Community College. Robin Ray worked and learned from a hands-on approach in the vineyard.
Earl and Carrie Sullivan have built a winery that’s accessible to tourists and others who arrive by car, bike and boat.
Biodynamic farming is nothing new, but it has found a foothold in Oregon viticulture.
Winery owners invite guests to stay in their vineyards.
The county now has more than 115 vineyards and wineries.
Luckily for discerning wine drinkers, winery owner Steve Lutz didn’t listen to the naysayers.
Stringtown Cellars owner John Adams grows both red and white wine grapes and 11 varieties of lavender.