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      Despite 25 years of wine growing, South Willamette Valley stalwart Broadley misses out on some of the Northern Willamette attention and subsequent traffic. Regardless, much of Broadley's production sells out on futures long before the wine's even in bottle, to a very loyal local following.

      The Broadley's story is like that of other pioneering Oregon producers. Craig and Claudia Broadley became enamored with Pinot noir while living in the Bay Area in the 1970s. They sought cheap land ideally suited for growing Pinot noir, in an area that was virtually unknown. Oregon! They settled on a hillside in Monroe (which was thought to be an even more unconventional place to grow grapes than the Dundee Hills), planted a vineyard, bought a building that used to be a car dealership, and started making great Pinot.
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