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March 16, 2011 12:00 AM

Willamette Valley vineyard crafting top-notch wines

Harry Peterson-Nedry set his roots in the rich Willamette Valley soil when he began planting pinot noir on remote Ribbon Ridge in 1980. In the three decades since, he has established himself as one of the northern Willamette Valley's most important figures, pushing quality and definition in his beloved pinot noir.

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