Pinot gris ripens at Archer Vineyard on Parrett Mountain in the Northern Willamette Valley. (Photo by Eric Degerman/Great Northwest Wine)

Pinot gris ripens at Archer Vineyard on Parrett Mountain in the Northern Willamette Valley. (Photo by Eric Degerman/Great Northwest Wine)

Pinot gris overtakes chardonnay as top white grape of Oregon

With over 15,000 tons harvested in 2015, pinot gris is even more dominant in the neighboring state.

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