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Barring last-minute bad weather, the Oregon region in the Pacific Northwest is set for another bumper wine harvest. The Oregon Agricultural Statistics Service is expecting the grape harvest will come in at around 23,300 tons this year, representing a 4% increase from last year's record-breaking crop. It will be the region's fifth big harvest in a row.


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