September 4, 2005

Wine Inventory is Low as Demand Rises in Oregon

Oregon won't begin harvesting its wine grapes for at another month, but all signs point to a supply that is far less than the rising demand. Blame whomever you want, whether it's Mother Nature for being stingy with the grapes, or the producers of Sideways for reminding everyone how great wine is. Whatever it is, industry types are saying that it's "an industrywide phenomenon and you're going to see upward price pressures as a result." Might be time to stock up on your Oregon wines before the mad stampede for the liquor store...

Full Story: Wine inventories low and demand is up in Oregon at kgw.com.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at September 4, 2005 8:45 PM
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