Every inch of Penner-Ash Wine Cellars—from the vineyards to the winery—was conceived with the notion of reflecting the values and spirit of Lynn Penner-Ash and her husband Ron: elegant and earthy, structured and thoughtful, transparent and connected. In the last 15 years, their winery has grown from 125 cases of wine to more than 9,000. We had the chance to speak to this winemaking vet with more than 30 years of wine to her name.

Several news organizations are reporting that California winemaking heavyweight Kendall-Jackson is purchasing two vineyard properties in the Eola-Amity Hills area of Oregon. If the deal goes through, it would be the first California-based investor to put down roots in Oregon, and The Oregonian says it could represent the largest acceleration in the state’s $2.7 billion industry in the last 25 years—an industry nearly a half-century in the making.

With varying flavor combinations on holiday tables, Riesling is the perfect palate cleanser matching the ability of a sweet sorbet. Rieslings are usually varietally pure and unoaked. In order from driest to sweetest. Consider the following four Rieslings to present to your guests or host this season.

There are plenty of gift options for wine-lovers. You see them everywhere. There are wine accessories, books, bottles, and glassware galore this time of year. While those can all be well-suited and wonderful ideas, what about giving that wine-lover in your life a gift that's truly memorable and unique this year?

There are many features to the Willamette Valley that make it an amazing place to get married, but planning any major event is a lot of work. It becomes an even bigger challenge when you’re planning it yourself and all the vendors are in another state. Here are just a few things WineTable writer Angelique Vinther learned along the way.

Three Unique Oregon Wineries
By: Doniree Walker
Posted: Nov. 14, 2012

Oregon is home to many amazing wineries and tasting rooms. It’s tough to know where to start when which Oregon wines to try and tasting rooms visit. Here's WineTable's Doniree Walker's top three she'd take you right now, if you showed up on her doorstep demanding an unforgettable wine-tasting experience in Oregon.

A History of Oregon Wine
By: Richard W Palmer
Posted: Nov. 11, 2012

Although the California wine industry receives the most press, the Oregon wine industry is starting to gain international recognition. The Oregon wine industry effectively began in the 1960s. In 2003, the Oregon Wine Board was formed to oversee and support the state’s wine-making industry. and wineries there are now producing some of the most acclaimed pinot noir in the world. Today, Oregon is the fourth-largest producer of wine in the United States (U.S.), and second only to California in the number of wineries.