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04/01/15

The competition, which took place March 25-26 at the historic Columbia Gorge Hotel, drew 1,204 wines, the largest judging of Pacific Northwest ever.

04/01/15

The greatest Washington wine producer you've never heard of.

04/01/15

Washington State Department of Agriculture Director Bud Hover resigns from position on eve of his confirmation hearing.

04/01/15

Last week, Municipal Services Director Renata McLeod told the city's general services committee that employees have received numerous requests to allow children into the designated areas during concerts or other family friendly events. She added that Idaho state code does not prohibit the city from allowing all age groups to enter the areas, and that the Coeur d'Alene Police Department worked closely with the parks department on crafting the policy change.

04/01/15

Cooper's Hawk will take over approximately 9,700 square feet, with an additional area for outdoor dining

04/01/15

and believes Riesling represents one of Washington State's strongest suits.

03/31/15

The Roza Irrigation District, serving the northern edge of the Yakima Valley, has only junior water rights, meaning it can be cut off in droughts. It's building a $26 million reservoir to help conserve water

03/31/15

Argyle Winery expects to christen its new tasting room and hospitality center this summer in Oregon's Willamette Valley, but don't expect the spirit surrounding the award-winning program to change.

03/31/15

After two years on the job, the Washington State Department of Agriculture leader says he will leave at the end of the legislative session.

03/31/15

A new report from the California Department of Water Resources suggests improvements are needed in measuring groundwater conditions and predicting whether the next season will be wet or dry.

03/31/15

For 12,000 years, nobody did anything on Red Mountain in eastern Washington. There isn't any water; there wasn't any agriculture. Unlike in the rest of the state, almost no Indian arrowheads have been found, which meant there weren't enough animals to be worth hunting

03/30/15

Chemeketa Wine Studies has entered a new phase of its evolution by extending their wine courses and workshops to its Yamhill Valley Campus in McMinnville Oregon. For the past fifteen years, the Program has been based at Chemeketa's 75-acre acre campus in Eola.

03/30/15

A nuclear facility in Washington state's prime wine country is leaching radioactive groundwater and is one natural disaster away from Fukushima 2.0.

03/27/15

"We are particularly pleased with our direct to consumer growth over the past year"

03/26/15

When Chris Peterson decided to get into the wine business, he was the first person to go through Walla Walla Community College's now-vaunted winemaking program, then he landed at one of Washington's greatest wineries

03/25/15

Vicard Generation 7 announced that Hillary Sjolund has joined the company to handle technical consulting in Washington and Oregon.

03/25/15

Epic Wines and DrinkSpace are excited to announce their distribution partnership effective immediately. Epic will represent DrinkSpace's entire beverage portfolio within California

03/24/15

Wine Press Northwest Raises a Glass to Craftsman of "…some of Washington's most graceful and energetic wines."

03/24/15

It's an exciting time for Cabernet Sauvignon and Washington. Here are a dozen examples we've tasted in recent weeks.

03/24/15

Now, second-generation wine grower Paul Durant is taking the same attitude that Dick Erath, David Aldelsheim, Dick Ponzi and David Lett had when they created the Oregon wine industry: He's growing olive trees.

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