The Oregon is the ninth largest state in the United States, located in the north-western part of the country is one of the few regions that enjoys the privilege of being washed by the waters of the Pacific Ocean. The Oregon is a territory rich in different natural landscapes, the west coast is characterized by reliefs enriched by temperate rain forests and tall conifers, while the eastern part of the country is embellished with numerous lakes, prairies and waterfalls, in the southernmost part of the region there are also desert areas. The climate of the State is also diversified, the Pacific coast enjoys mild temperatures throughout the year, while the internal area has a strictly rigid and rainy climate. The Oregon soil lends itself well to the wine culture as it is strictly deep and clayey, the sub-areas that are dedicated to the production of vines are: WallaWalla and Columbia to the northeast; Umpqua and The Rogue to the south, ending with Willamette Valley. These are mainly products of Pinot Noir, but also Pinot grigio and bianco, Chardonnay and Riesling. The Federal State is also known for the production of whiskey, the workhorse is Crater Lake Rye. Produced in one of the smallest distilleries in the country, which with love and passion tends to protect and protect the original taste of rye whiskey. Unlike most competing products, whiskey is not cold-filtered and is only aged for a year, with the aim of keeping intact the spicy and unique flavor of the distillate.