Winemaking in Oregon began more than 150 years ago when Peter Britt of Jacksonville brought grapevine cuttings from California to create his Valley View Vineyard. By 1890, the Southern Oregon State Board of Agriculture forecast a vineyard-dotted Rogue Valley to rival “the castled Rhine, the classical vales of Italy and the sunny slopes of France.” But Prohibition, which became law in Oregon four y...
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the rest of the country, killed the nascent industry. Not until the 1970s, when Americans discovered a passion for wine, was winegrowing and winemaking in Southern Oregon’s Rogue Valley reestablished. Pear orchards were converted to vineyards, and winemaking―not on a California scale, but rather in boutique wineries tucked away along scenic country roads―began anew and thrived.