Oral History | Viticulture and Oenology
Harry Peterson-Nedry is photographed during an oral history interview at Chehalem Winery in Newberg, Oregon on April 15, 2016. Harry and his daughter Wynne Peterson-Nedry were interviewed by Linfield College Archives staff Rich Schmidt and student Camille Weber.
Harry Peterson-Nedry founded Chehalem Winery in 1990 in what is now part of the Ribbon Ridge American Viticultural Area (AVA) in Oregon. Bill Stoller joined Peterson-Nedry in winery operations in 1993, planting a second vineyard on his family's farmland at the southern tip of the Dundee Hills. Chehalem purchased Corral Creek in 1995, making it the third site in as many AVAs from which Chehalem sources its fruit. Wynne Peterson-Nedry, Harry's daughter, is a second-generation winemaker at Chehalem.
(left to right): Jordan Hitchcock, Camille Weber, Harry Peterson-Nedry
Linfield College Archives, "Harry and Wynne Peterson-Nedry Interview 01" (2016). Browse All Willamette Valley Oral History Interview Photos. Image. Submission 111.