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Episode 7: Oregon

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Matthew Kaner talks with John House, Owner/Winemaker of Ovum Wines, about the history of wine in Oregon and how a short history from the 1960s exploded into a known prowess of growing Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.

*This episode is brought to you by Vivino. Explore their Oregon wine collection here: https://bit.ly/38rsX1q

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