by Kenneth Poirier
Known for making some of the world’s best Pinot noir as well as a diversity of other cool-climate varietals, the Enchanting Willamette Valley, Oregon’s Wine Country, is internationally known for producing some of the best wine in the world.
The Willamette Valley stretches from the Columbia River in the north to just south of Eugene, Oregon in the south; and from the Oregon Coast Range in the West to the Cascade Mountains in the East.
The climate of Willamette Valley is mild year-round, with cool, wet winters and warm, dry summers; extreme temperatures are uncommon. Perfect for wine.
Designed and illustrated by Kenneth Poirier
© Kenneth Poirier, 2013