Once valued more for the nervosity they contributed to Willamette Valley blends, the rocky, wind-battered slopes of the Eola–Amity Hills have emerged as one of Oregon’s most singular terroirs for pinot noir.
In 1983, brothers Terry and Ted Casteel were just starting to build their Bethel Heights…
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