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The Craft Beverage Expo was held in Portland, Oregon on November 7th through November 9th. Thank you to everyone who came by our booth. We hope you enjoy the hop signs!
And a big shout out to our Nano Beer Fest locals. Thank you
for the creating this amazing event! We are excited about small batch beers, ciders and mead. . .
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For more information on the Expo, please visit Craft Beverage Expo.
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"Reustle Prayer Rock Vineyards’ founder Stephen Reustle, says it’s still news to most consumers outside the U.S. that Oregon even makes wine. “In my opinion, Oregon’s identity should not be Pinot Noir,” he says. “That is the Willamette Valley’s identity. [Just as] all of France’s identity should not be Pinot Noir.” - To read more from this article, please click here WINEENTHUSIAST. "
"As the wine industry has expanded and grown more competitive in recent decades, it has become widely believed that it’s advantageous for New World wine regions to have a signature grape. Examples abound, like New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc, Argentine Malbec, Napa Cabernet Sauvignon and Oregon Pinot Noir. Most producers believe signature grapes help establish new markets.
Though Pinot Noir is grown throughout Oregon, Willamette Valley wineries benefit most from its global success. But is it beneficial that Oregon’s identity is almost exclusively tied to Willamette Valley Pinot Noir?"
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Grenache grapes on the vine at Cowhorn's vineyards in Southern Oregon / Photo by Robb McDonough
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New at TTB:
10/06/2017: Revised - Freshness Dating and Allowable Returns of Malt Beverage Products under the FAA Act (Information provided from TTB newsletter. Please check TTB website for more information www.ttb.gov)
"In 2012, we issued TTB Ruling 2012-4, which clarified the circumstances under which retailers may return to wholesalers, and under which wholesalers may receive, malt beverage products that have been deemed unsuitable for sale because of freshness concerns without violating the consignment sales provision of the FAA Act. Subsequently, TTB has received questions from industry members about whether the holding in TTB Ruling 2012-4 also applies to transactions between a wholesaler and a brewer. We recently published TTB Ruling 2017-2 which modifies and supersedes TTB Ruling 2012-4 and clarifies the circumstances under which trade buyers may return to industry members, and under which industry members may receive, malt beverage products that have been deemed unsuitable for sale because of freshness concerns without violating the consignment sales provision of the FAA Act and the TTB regulations." (Reference: TTB 10/06/2017 newsletter)
Article from the WINE ENTHUSIAST (10/25/2017)
Does Southern Oregon Need (or Want) a Signature Grape?
While many see Pinot Noir as the grape identity for the entire state, winemakers from Southern Oregon are making the case for a changing definition.
By Paul Gregutt