There’s no good reason to be intimidated by wine, especially in Oregon wine country. Mankind has been making the stuff for thousands of years, well prior to the Scientific Revolution, let alone the internet. That said, wine is ingrained in our culture and because it’s an ever-changing thing, it pays to speak at least a bit of the lingo. Whether you need a second pour in a tasting room (hint: ask to “revisit” a wine) or you want to sound like a pro (Pinot Gris is technically a red-skinned grape, unbeknownst to many), we’ve got you covered. Oregon wine country terminology should be as approachable as the local industry itself. Cheers!