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Is Oregon better for Gamay than Pinot Noir? Scott Frank says it might be.

Gamay in Oregon. Scott Frank, Winemaker at Bow and Arrow Wines in Portland talks about his love for Loire Varieties including Gamay (Did you know that many Loire producers grow Gamay?) He feels that the Willamette Valley is an ideal place for Loire Grapes.

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