June 23, 2022
How did Oregon become a hot spot for hungry farm-to-table diners and a world-class destination for wine lovers everywhere? It all starts with our dirt. Starting with Jory soil (our proud state soil, designated in 2011), this reddish volcanic soil is rich in clay content, iron and other nutrients, perfect for growing those famous pinot-noir grapes and producing their earthy flavor profiles. (Fun fact: Oregon ranks No. 1 in the nation in Christmas tree production and a majority of them are grown on Jory soil.)...
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