Ashland, Ore. — Oregon’s wine production reached new levels in 2015. That’s according to the annual Oregon Vineyard and Winery Census Report produced by Southern Oregon University.
Higher than average yields in the south Willamette and Umpqua Valleys contributed to the record harvest of nearly 85,000 tons.
The Rogue Valley contributed more than 9,000 tons of grapes to that number. The whole state produced more than $171 million worth of wine for the year.
You can read the full report HERE.
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