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St. Innocent Winery gets a national spotlight

Mark Vlossak started St. Innocent Winery by making a Chardonnay and a Pinot noir at a south Salem industrial park almost 30 years ago. Both wines have gained Vlossak and his Willamette Valley winery a place in the national spotlight within the past three years.

Vlossak, a wine importer’s son who has been drinking wine since he was seven, decided to get in the winemaking business when he read a Bon Apetit Magazine article where Andre Tshelishev said, “the greatest sparkling wine in America will be made in Oregon, not California, because it is the right place to grow Pinot noir and Chardonnay, the grapes of Champagne.” Continue reading St. Innocent Winery gets a national spotlight