A few weeks back I started posting a few of the individual videos I had shot while in Oregon last summer.
|Don Hagge .. Apollo Engineer and now a winemaker.|
These were videos I shot for a full Oregon feature for a national online site that didn’t pan out. I wrote several pieces about my visits, the winemakers, the region, and the wine. But the videos sat untouched until earlier this year.
I have two more and should have gotten them up by now. These two are arguably the most interesting stops of my four days in the Willamette Valley.
First up today is Don Hagge of Vidon Vineyards. I wrote about meeting Don the day we met him. He has such an interesting background story that I mention in that blog post. He also makes some of the most fabulous Pinot Noir you’ll sample in the valley.
What really got us on our trip is we asked at two or three different wineries what spot we should visit not on our agenda. Nearly everyone, knowing we were seeking small boutique wineries, said we just had to go see Don.
The video is most unedited – just clipped at the beginning and end. It gives you more of a feel for being there and chatting with the winemaker.
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