The latest according to Shanken News Daily is that Oregon wines, driven by their premium image, are growing quickly. [level-members]
Between 2010 and 2013, volume rose 39% to 2.7 million cases sold, according to data from an Oregon Wine Board study.
Interestingly, 90% of Oregon wines sell above $11 per bottle, quite a bit higher than the 26% of all domestic wines that sell above that level.
Still the state’s output is small in comparison to California, and even compared to Washington. For more information. click here for the full story.