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Shipping Wine To India “I’m excited about Oregon, because I of course have a passion for Pinot Noir,” Jordan told Inside Scoop. “Chehalem Mountain is very exciting geologically.” Planted in 1968 by Dick Erath, one of Oregon Pinot Noir’s early advocates, Chehalem Mountain Vineyard consists of about 49 acres divided into two parcels, of which 29 are planted, to Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Chardonnay. The parties did not disclose the terms of sale, but the asking price had been listed at $1.25 million.
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