Oregon & Washington wineries
Washington and Oregon states are account for the second-largest wine-producing region in the United States with about 4 percent of the nation's total production.
Washington State particularly excels white wines, with a majority of hectares dedicated to Chardonnay.
While Oregon has won accolades for its wines, particularly Pinot Noir from the Willamette Valley, in the western part of the state.
of the most famous wineries in Oregon & Washington
Most of Washington doesn’t provide the conditions to make
Pinot Noir like they do in Oregon. That singular reputation for spectacular
food-friendly Pinot Noir has positioned Oregon wines across the country
better than wines from Washington, where growers and winemakers continue to
experiment with new varietals.