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|Friday, May 28, 2010|
This holiday weekend will be more important than ever for Oregon's almost 400 commercial wineries, who are tweaking their business plans to accommodate for the trend towards direct sales.
Wineries are creating new tasting rooms, online communities and sales, and partnerships with stores if the winery is too small to have direct sales in-house.
Read more at OregonLive.
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