Process makes appellation-specific bottles affordable in Ore.

12/2/2013 | Wines & Vines magazine online

The Yamhill-Carlton American Viticultural Area is bringing appellation-branded wine bottles to Oregon with an initial 7,500 cases of pinot noir bottles. The bottles from the Verallia plant rely on a flexible production line that knocks out cost-prohibitive requirements such as expensive custom molds and high minimum-case purchases. "The technology has changed pretty dramatically over the past several years. You can do fairly low-production runs of semicustom bottles," said Belle Pente Vineyard & Winery co-owner Brian O'Donnell.

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