Talk:History of Oregon wine

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WikiProject Oregon (Rated B-class, Low-importance)
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Thoughts on assessment[edit]

I'd like to get some extra opinions on the current B assessment of this article. Overall, it is in good shape (with the exception of a tiny lead that could use some bulking). A couple things that seem missing is the development of wine production outside of Pinot noir. While Oregon Pinot is certainly special, there has to be some historical detail about Oregon Pinot gris, Pinot blanc or Chardonnay. The articles touches a little on the subject, but I wonder if more details could be said on the impact of the wine industry on the Oregon economy & culture. AgneCheese/Wine 23:21, 17 February 2008 (UTC)