Oregon Wine

Success with Olive Oil
7:49 am
Wed December 1, 2010

Oregon farmer hopes to repeat wine success with olive oil

These Willamette Valley olives are called 'shot berries' because they're the size of a bb.
Deena Prichep

Northwest farmers--like all farmers, really--are known for their grit. A few decades ago, nobody thought you could grow wine grapes in Oregon. But the early growers worked hard at it and made some great wine. Today, it’s a $1.4 billion a year industry. Now, there’s a new crop on the horizon.

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