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Topic - Carrie Kalscheuer
Driving southwest from Portland an hour or so through the suburbs, you hit the heart of Oregon's wine country rather suddenly. Here, the mountainous Coast Range slopes to the Willamette Valley floor, which is smothered with vineyards that produce some of the best pinot noir on earth.
"We're not interested in taking over," said Carrie Kalscheuer, direct sales manager at Rex Hill winery near Newberg. "We're interested in making a good pinot noir and being known for that."