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05/04/15

John Paul thought the thousands of bees that died last year had something to do with the hard winter in 2014, so this year he expected the bees to thrive. Instead, all three hives and more than 100,000 bees were dead by the end of March.

05/04/15

Scarborough Wines, a so-called "microwinery" in Seattle's SoDo neighborhood, says it received a letter from lawyers in California this week arguing there could be confusion over a name the winery uses. The attorneys represent Casa Piena, which translates to "full house" from Italian. Scarborough's wine club has several tiers named for gambling terms, including Full House.

05/04/15

"Anchorage-based Postal Inspector Alan Damron spends his waking hours trying to stop bottles from reaching places where they will do harm. It's completely illegal to send alcohol through US mail"

05/04/15

"The future is unknown. I'm open to whatever God brings my way."

05/01/15

Montana is not an easy place to grow up. Harsh winters thicken the skin and harden the resolve. Compared with living in northern Montana, winemaking is pretty easy.

05/01/15

Welkin Vines brings a taste of the Pacific Northwest to Brooklyn and beyond

04/30/15

Wines from Lewis-Clark Valley and Eagle Foothills would be recognized

04/30/15

The Classic Wines Auction drew 875 patrons to the March 7 event at the Oregon Convention Center and benefited five charities:

04/30/15

Domaine Serene in Oregon has taken the rare step of buying a 10 hectare estate in Burgundy, running against a trend for wine acquisitions in the opposite direction.

04/30/15

In its native Italy, Barbera is the third-most-planted red wine grape - after Sangiovese and Montepulciano - but here in the Pacific Northwest, it isn't much more than a niche variety

04/30/15

Oregon's multi-billion-dollar wine industry is facing a new crisis and it's not because of the heat or too little rain

04/30/15

Does saying "venti" instead of "large" annoy you? Can't be bothered to understand the difference between cappuccino, macchiato and Americano? Then Starbucks has the perfect beverage for you.

04/29/15

Taste Washington attracted 4,991 wine lovers last month to its weekend of grand tasting in Seattle, as officials reported record attendance for 18-year-old event.

04/29/15

Irrigation districts in Washington's Lower Yakima Valley are rationing water, considering temporary shutdowns and trying to lease water from each other as the drought unfolds.

04/29/15

Daughter of winery founders and proprietors, Tom and Anne-Marie Hedges, Sarah has worked at Hedges in an assistant winemaker role since 2006

04/28/15

Tenet Wines consists of three wines: "Tenet" GSM (Grenache/Syrah/Mourvèdre) and "The Pundit" Syrah from Washington State's Columbia Valley, and "Le Fervent" Syrah from the Costières de Nîmes in France's Rhône Valley

04/28/15

The Evenstads have purchased Château de la Crée in the Côte d'Or area in Burgundy

04/27/15

Prior state law only permitted students over age 21 to taste alcohol in school. HB 1004 will permit schools who apply for and successfully obtain a special license from the liquor control board to allow students in sommelier, wine business, enology, and viticulture degree programs 18 years of age and older to taste alcohol.

04/27/15

Their first vintage was in 2013, and they produced Pinot Gris, Rosé of Pinot Noir, and Pinot Noir.

04/24/15

"We decided to buy [in Burgundy] for the love of the region, but we think it's a good investment too."

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