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|Monday, May 09, 2011|
Oregon Wine Services, the state's largest wine storage and shipping company, has expanded into Tualatin.
The McMinnville-based company bought the new climate-controlled facility, allowing them to store over 1 million cases of wine between their two locations.
Read more at OregonLive.com.
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