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V is for Vino, the #1 rated wine-show on Amazon Prime, has new episode focusing on Oregon

100% Oregon episode explores breathtaking Oregon winemaking regions of the Willamette Valley, the Columbia Gorge and more…

 

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LOS ANGELES, December 18, 2019 — V is for Vino, the #1 rated wine-show on Amazon Prime, released its much anticipated Season 2 on December 15th to both Amazon Prime and visforvino.com. The latest addition to the lineup is a thorough 35 minute exploration of Oregon wines and focuses on what makes the region’s terroir so unique: microclimates, commitment to the earth and soil, and winemaker personalities.

 

V is for Vino follows host and sommelier Vince as he hits the road to explore wine regions and their people, history, culture, food, and wine topics. Picking up where Season 1 left off, Season 2 ventures outside of California, and provides the perfect amount of wine knowledge and infotainment, while also showcasing down-to-earth travel and delicious food. The Oregon V is for Vino episode is a collaborative effort between two state agencies the Oregon Wine Board and Travel Oregon, and two private entities; Lange Estate Winery and Vineyards and Ned Ludd Restaurant, where much of the entertaining and informative show takes place.

 

“With the Oregon episode, we were really able to step up everything this time around: scope, travel, production quality, topics explored, all of it. People are ‘binge-watching’ the episodes, so we must have done something right!” says Vince Anter, host and founder