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Umpqua Valley

Three substantial mountain ranges intersect to create a region of great diversity ...

Three substantial mountain ranges intersect to create a region of great diversity, not only in soil and topography but also climate and as a result, grape varieties.

Where the Klamath Mountains, Coast Range and Cascades converge, is the rather small AVA, the Umpqua Valley, which boasts over 150 soils in a total growing area of merely 1,500 acres. The soils range from sedimentary, metamorphic or volcanic where valley floors are deep alluvium and heavy clay and hillsides are typically silt or clay.

In the Umpqua Valley AVA, vineyards in the north are cooler and wetter; cool climate grapes such as Pinot noir, Pinot gris and Riesling do well. In the warmer and dryer south mainly Syrah and Tempranillo thrive. But growers here are not afraid to investigate new grape varieties; the region is home to over forty types.

There are two sub-AVAs within the boundaries of the Umpqua Valley: Red Hill-Douglas Country, established in 2004 and Elkton, established in 2013.

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  • Abacela Albarino 2016
    Albarino from Umpqua Valley, Oregon
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    • Abacela Barrel Select Estate Tempranillo 2012
      Tempranillo from Umpqua Valley, Oregon
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      • Abacela Fiesta Tempranillo 2014
        Tempranillo from Umpqua Valley, Oregon
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