A Look Inside Hiyu Wine Farm

By Sally Tunmer

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In an idyllic enclave in Oregon’s Hood River Valley is a farm that would fit in quite well with others of its kind hundreds of years ago in France. Now, its revival of a bygone format is turning people on to a new, innovative way of growing food and wine that’s actually pulled from way back in the day.

This kind of vintage farming environment combined with some real winemaking wizardry being conducted in the fields conjures images of The Shire—not just because of the proprietor’s Gandalfian beard.

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