{"api":{"host":"https:\/\/pinot.decanter.com","authorization":"Bearer OTIyNDk0OWM0NGFiNmJhYjVjYmNmMzU4NWU1OTg5MmJhMzFkMTI1ZWUwMDRhZTEwMzI5ZTk3ZTczZmY0NzNjMg","version":"2.0"},"piano":{"sandbox":"false","aid":"6qv8OniKQO","rid":"RJXC8OC","offerId":"OFPHMJWYB8UK","offerTemplateId":"OFPHMJWYB8UK","wcTemplateId":"OTOW5EUWVZ4B"}}


30 years of Domaine Drouhin Oregon

A blind tasting of Pinot Noirs back in the mid-1980s – long before Oregon was established as a wine region – was the spark that led to the establishment of this famous Burgundian-American winery

‘Oregon? Where’s that?’ asked a young Véronique Drouhin in early 1986 when her father, Robert Drouhin, head of one of Burgundy’s foremost growers and négociants, suggested she should do some work experience there.

Tasting Domaine Drouhin Oregon



You might also like:

Domaine Nicolas-Jay: producer profile

Cayuse Vineyards profile and top wines tasted

Steven Spurrier: a letter from Oregon


Latest Wine News