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Sweet Cheeks Winery 2010 Viognier

 Producer Sweet Cheeks Winery
 Region Willamette Valley
 Country United States
 Varietals Viognier
 Vintage 2010

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About the Producer

Sweet Cheeks Winery
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Sweet Cheeks Winery

Eugene, Oregon, United States Eugene, Oregon, United States

Our story began in 1978 when Owner, Dan Smith planted a vineyard on a rolling hillside in Crow, Oregon. After a hard day of work he looked over the vineyard and noticed the curious shape of the land and christened the vineyard Sweet Cheeks. At this point starting a winery was only a dream. He continued...

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