Oregon Legislature Clarifies Winery Event Rules

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Stoel Rives attorney Elaine Albrich recently spoke with Wines & Vines about the passage of Oregon Senate Bill 841. The new legislation provides wineries clear direction with regard to hosting winery events. The bill clarifies what types of activities wineries may hold outright while limiting "agri-tourism or other commercial events" to 18 days per year.

"It's more restrictive, but it creates a clear line of what's involved and establishes a process for wineries to go through to get approval," says Albrich. "It provides clearer direction to wineries about what's authorized as a matter of right versus what types of activities would trigger some kind of review, particularly for wineries in the Willamette Valley."

Read the full article here.

"Oregon Clarifies Rules for Winery Events" was published by Wines & Vines, June 27, 2013.

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