Gate Electrique

Gate Electrique

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Cameron's 'Drop Kick our Vacation" Campaign

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For more than a quarter century, we have produced Pinot noir, Chardonnay, Pinot bianco and Nebbiolo in Dundee, Oregon. Our estate vineyard, Clos Electrique, is planted with multiple clones in the Burgundian style. Our partner, Abbey Ridge, is one of the oldest and most beautifully-farmed vineyards in the state. Our grapes are sustainably farmed & not irrigated.

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From John, November 22nd, 2014

Sorry, we will not be open to the public for tasting on Thanksgiving weekend. Samples of single vineyard wines from our stellar 2012 vintage will be available to taste at Valley Wine Merchants in Newberg and available to purchase at any of our fine retail accounts throughout the Willamette Valley.

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Why Nebbiolo?

From John, November 1st, 2014

While Nebbiolo and Pinot noir share many traits in common, both from an esthetic and geographic point of view, you cannot use techniques developed for making Pinot noir in the production of Nebbiolo! So I go to northern Italy to learn how to make Nebbiolo just like I went to Burgundy many years ago to learn how to make Pinot noir.

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Cameron Winery 2012: A Year in the Making

Summer on the Tractor

From John, July 20th, 2014

It is 5 a.m. The eastern sky is showing that a new day will soon be upon us. The tractor is in place, sprayer attached, ready to roll. ...

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Bee Positive

From John, April 22nd, 2014

The answer to the collapse of honey bee colonies turns out to be fairly straight-forward: profligate use of a class of insecticides known as Neonicotinoids. These chemicals are extremely toxic ...

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