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In Oregon, Gamay had been planted as part of the second wave of winegrowers who established themselves in the early ’90s across the Willamette Valley, including Brick House, Amity, WillaKenzie and Chehalem.
The winegrower, who champions indigenous grapes like the nearly extinct mandó, ages wine in ancient amphorae that are housed in a cellar carved out of bedrock beneath the property.
A few miles away, former Algerian winegrower Paul-Michel Bosc planted Niagara’s first commercial vineyard devoted entirely to European wine grapes.
Sales of these wines outside their native land grew more than 40 percent in 2017, according to the island’s association of winegrowers and winemakers.
European winegrowers, hired by the government as consultants, had identified Ningxia’s continental climate, high altitude, dry air, and sandy, rocky soil as ideal for vineyards.
Third was 1-800 WINESHOP.COM, which has a winegrower license but also a stack of licenses for import, wholesale, and other operations restricted to internet sales.
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