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California-based Jackson Family Wines has purchased a facility in Oregon, with plans to create a wine production unit. 

The company bought the site of bankrupt Evergreen International Aviation in McMinnville. The deal closed last Friday and local press put the purchase price at US$4.6m. 

A spokesperson for the company told just-drinks that Jackson Family Wines had been "consistently impressed with the quality of grapes" in Oregon. 

"The central location of the Evergreen site is convenient to all our Willamette Valley vineyards," the spokesperson added.

Long-term plans at Evergreen include the development of a wine production facility, though the spokesperson said there wasn't currently a timeline or specific details. 

Oregon is increasingly popular territory for wine companies. In December, Integrated Beverage Group acquired Oregon's Stone Wolf Vineyards for an undisclosed sum. 


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