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OREGON WINE
INDUSTRY STATISTICS
UPDATED 9.1.17
THE SECRET'S OUT: OREGON
IS AN EXTRAORDINARY
PLACE FOR WINE.
Oregon’s grapegrowers and winemakers
continue to raise the ba...
OREGON WINE IS THRIVING
The expansion of wineries and vineyards in recent years is a
testament to Oregon's reputation for ...
WINEGROWING THROUGHOUT OREGON
While Oregon's vineyards are concentrated in the northern
Willamette Valley, other growing r...
OREGON'S TOP VARIETIES
Pinot noir is the predominant variety grown in Oregon; however,
the state's diversity of geography ...
– PAUL GREGUTT
Wine Enthusiast
Oregon’s modern winemaking era recently
passed the half century mark, and it’s really just
...
SOURCES: 2014 OLCC License Data, 2014 Oregon Vineyard & Winery Census Report, Wine Spectator Total 2014 Scores, The Wine A...
GUARDIANS OF THE VINE
From hand-tended vineyards to practices that ensure
the land will give quality fruit for generations...
A COMMITMENT TO QUALITY
The attention and care given by Oregon's grapegrowers
and winemakers from vine to bottle are reflec...
– GREGORY DAL PIAZ
Snooth
I can't think of another region that
is producing such a compelling
collection of pure, vibrant,...
GROWING CONSUMER DEMAND FOR
OREGON WINE
Small-production wines made from hand-picked fruit are worth a
little more… and co...
A DRIVING FORCE FOR GOOD
As the Oregon wine industry grows, so does its impact on the
economy and ability to give back to ...
– ROBERT M. PARKER, JR.
Food & Wine
Oregon is finally fulfilling
its vast potential.
INDUSTRY STATISTICS
February 2013
INDUS...
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Oregon Wine Industry Statistics

  1. 1. OREGON WINE INDUSTRY STATISTICS UPDATED 9.1.17
  2. 2. THE SECRET'S OUT: OREGON IS AN EXTRAORDINARY PLACE FOR WINE. Oregon’s grapegrowers and winemakers continue to raise the bar through their commitment to sustainability, artisan practices and making wines that stand among the world’s best. And the world has noticed. INDUSTRY STATISTICSINDUSTRY STATISTICSOregon Wine Board
  3. 3. OREGON WINE IS THRIVING The expansion of wineries and vineyards in recent years is a testament to Oregon's reputation for quality grapegrowing and winemaking. INDUSTRY STATISTICS Source: Oregon Vineyard and Winery Census Reports, 2000-2016 Number of Oregon Wineries 2000-2016 700 1000 500 300 100 139 725 Number of Oregon Vineyards 1000 1200 800 600 400 2000-2016 480 1,056 INDUSTRY STATISTICSOregon Wine Board
  4. 4. WINEGROWING THROUGHOUT OREGON While Oregon's vineyards are concentrated in the northern Willamette Valley, other growing regions continue to gain prominence. INDUSTRY STATISTICS Sources: 2016 Oregon Vineyard and Winery Census Report, August 2017 Everyvine.com data, values have been rounded 30,435 ACRES (12,317 HA) PLANTED TO VINE WILLAMETTE VALLEY 72% SOUTHERN OREGON 22% COLUMBIA GORGE 2% SNAKE RIVER <1% WALLA WALLAY VALLEY 4% COLUMBIA VALLEY <1% INDUSTRY STATISTICSOregon Wine Board
  5. 5. OREGON'S TOP VARIETIES Pinot noir is the predominant variety grown in Oregon; however, the state's diversity of geography and microclimates make it well-suited to many different varieties. INDUSTRY STATISTICS Source: 2016 Oregon Vineyard and Winery Census Report 72 varieties of wine grapes are grown in Oregon Pinot noir 64% All Others 10% Cabernet Sauvignon 2% Syrah 2% Riesling 3% Chardonnay 6% Pinot gris 13% INDUSTRY STATISTICSOregon Wine Board
  6. 6. – PAUL GREGUTT Wine Enthusiast Oregon’s modern winemaking era recently passed the half century mark, and it’s really just in the past two decades that its industry growth has accelerated… Oregon’s grape growers and vintners have accomplished near miracles in a very short time. INDUSTRY STATISTICS January 2016 INDUSTRY STATISTICSOregon Wine Board
  7. 7. SOURCES: 2014 OLCC License Data, 2014 Oregon Vineyard & Winery Census Report, Wine Spectator Total 2014 Scores, The Wine Advocate Total 2014 Scores, 2015 Oregon Sustainable Acreage Report A COMMUNITY OF SMALL, ARTISAN PRODUCERS INDUSTRY STATISTICS Sources: Wines & Vines, May 15, 2014, 2014 Oregon Liquor Control Commission License Data of Oregon wineries produce fewer than 5,000 cases per year 70% of fine wine produced in the U.S. is from Oregon 1% There are multiple producers in California and Washington that make more wine than all of the wineries in Oregon combined! CA All other WA OR INDUSTRY STATISTICSOregon Wine Board
  8. 8. GUARDIANS OF THE VINE From hand-tended vineyards to practices that ensure the land will give quality fruit for generations to come, Oregon’s winegrowers are dedicated stewards of the vine. of vineyards are certified sustainable 47% of wine is made from estate-grown fruit 52% INDUSTRY STATISTICS Sources: 2014 Oregon Liquor Control Commission License Data / Certifying agencies in Oregon INDUSTRY STATISTICSOregon Wine Board
  9. 9. A COMMITMENT TO QUALITY The attention and care given by Oregon's grapegrowers and winemakers from vine to bottle are reflected in their consistently high-quality wines. Oregon's share of Wine Spectator's 90+ scores on domestic wine in 2015 and 2016 20% Oregon's share of domestic wine production 1% INDUSTRY STATISTICS Sources: Wines and Vines, July 2016, Wine Spectator, February 2016 and 2017 INDUSTRY STATISTICSOregon Wine Board
  10. 10. – GREGORY DAL PIAZ Snooth I can't think of another region that is producing such a compelling collection of pure, vibrant, varietally correct wines that excite the palate and please the pocketbook. INDUSTRY STATISTICS November 2013 INDUSTRY STATISTICSOregon Wine Board
  11. 11. GROWING CONSUMER DEMAND FOR OREGON WINE Small-production wines made from hand-picked fruit are worth a little more… and consumers around the U.S. agree. INDUSTRY STATISTICS Source: Nielsen Total U.S. All Outlets xAOC + Liquor Plus, 52 w/e 12-31-2016 Average Bottle Price (750mL) $5 $10 $15 $20 $6.68 $9.76 $16.07 OR WA CA Retail Volume Growth (2016 vs 2015) 5% 10% 15% 13.5% 3.1% 2% OR WA CA INDUSTRY STATISTICSOregon Wine Board
  12. 12. A DRIVING FORCE FOR GOOD As the Oregon wine industry grows, so does its impact on the economy and ability to give back to the community. $ 3.35 Statewide economic impact $ 208 M Wine-related tourism revenue $ 11 M Charitable donations made by Oregon wine businesses 17.1 K Wine-related jobs in Oregon $ 527 M Wages related to Oregon wine jobs INDUSTRY STATISTICS Source: The Economic Impact of Wine and Wine Grape Industries on the Oregon Economy, Full Glass Research, January 2015 INDUSTRY STATISTICSOregon Wine Board
  13. 13. – ROBERT M. PARKER, JR. Food & Wine Oregon is finally fulfilling its vast potential. INDUSTRY STATISTICS February 2013 INDUSTRY STATISTICSOregon Wine Board

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