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Willakenzie Estate Winery, Yamhill, OR
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WillaKenzie Estate Winery is the culmination of a dream of co-founder Bernard Lacroute. After a successful career in high tech, Bernard decided to return to his Burgundian roots and grow Pinot Noir. He built his winery on a cattle ranch just outside Yamhill, Oregon that he purchased in 1991
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