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Keizer, Oregon – Heritage center celebrates valley wine

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The Willamette Heritage Center celebrates a toast to the Mid Willamette Valley Winemaking Heritage, the latest exhibition exploring the history of winemaking.

The latest changing exhibit at the Willamette Heritage Center – a toast to the Mid Willamette Valley Winemaking Heritage – explores the history of the region’s wine industry and its important role in our agricultural heritage and future.

Learn how the valley’s abundant fruit harvest led to fermentation over a century. This exhibit explores the evolution of the industry, from small commercial ventures to the post-ban establishment of Honeywood Winery, Oregon’s oldest continuously operated bonded winery.

In the 1960s and 70s, modern varietal production was born and the talent of local winemakers was recognized at international competitions. Today, there are more than 590 wineries in the area, crushing more than 66,000 tons of grapes each year.

The Willamette Valley Heritage Center is located at 1313 Mill Street SE in Salem.

This exhibit was created in partnership with Honeywood Winery and the Oregon Wine History Archive at Linfield University.

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Heritage Center Celebrate Valley Wine

The Willamette Heritage Center celebrates a toast to the Mid Willamette Valley Winemaking Heritage, the latest exhibition exploring the history of winemaking.

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