The Oregon wine business is booming, according to a recent report by Full Glass Research.
Several news outlets published the results of the study this past week, including the Oregon-based newspaper The Astorian. The industry, according to the study, has an economic impact of $3.3 billion.
“The report by Full Glass Research describes and industry on a post-recession roll, with planted acres increasing by 18 percent since 2011, the number of wineries up 45 percent and a 39 percent increase in sales,” reporter Eric Mortenson wrote.
Parting of the driving force behind the growth, the study said, was Oregon ...