Chehalem Mountains & Ribbon Ridge AVA Vineyard Soils

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Chehalem Mountains & Ribbon Ridge AVA Vineyard Soils

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Chehalem Mountains AVA is home to over 150 vineyards planted on a variety of volcanic and marine sedimentary soils. Ribbon Ridge AVA is a sub-appellation of Chehalem Mountains, and by contrast is home to approximately 20 vineyards and dominated by ancient marine sedimentary Willakenzie soils.

The Chehalem Mountains and Ribbon Ridge AVAs are found in Oregon's beautiful Willamette Valley, recognized around the world for elegant Pinot Noir wines.

About MAPellations

Exploring wine is a fun (and tasty) adventure. There’s a lot to learn about the combination of soil, climate, and geography that the French call terroir. MAPellations celebrate the many unique vineyard soils found throughout well-known American wine growing regions.

So adventure on! Grab a glass of wine and taste your way through each appellation. Explore the vineyards that create a true sense of place in a bottle.

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