During 2013 the Oregon wine industry continued growth in many areas:
- The number of vineyards grew 6.5% to 951 with yields increasing, on average.
- Total vineyard production in 2013 was up 10% over 2012 while the price per ton averaged statewide was relatively flat.
- As a result of the higher production, the total crop value rose 10% to 128 million dollars.
- The number of “all” wineries, including TTB-‐bonded and OLCC Grower Sales Privilege and Winery license holders, increased from 545 to 605 in 2013.
- The total amount crushed from the 2013 vintage is estimated to be 52,588 tons, up 2.4% over the large 2012 vintage, with estimated case production totaling 3.3 million.
- Case sales, including domestic and export sales, are estimated to have increased 13% from 2012 to 2013, while the total dollars for all wine sales are estimated to have increased by 21% to 376 million dollars in 2013.
- Pinot Noir continues to lead statewide production representing 58% of the tonnage grown and crushed.