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07/22/16

Great Northwest Wine recently sat down with Januik to talk about his career making Washington wine and the path he has taken. Here's the interview.

07/22/16

Agricultural interests representing key commodities across the Northwest say the Interior funding bill that recently passed the U.S. House has several provisions that they support.

07/22/16

Executives from Chateau Ste. Michelle, Costco uncover why the varietal still confuses consumers

07/21/16

Truly scorching heat baked the Southwest during June-with inland desert regions in southern California, Arizona and Nevada shattering monthly high temperature records and approaching all-time heat records.

07/21/16

Lake has served as director of the Southern Oregon Wine Institute for Umpqua Valley Community College in Roseburg for the past eight years. He headed up the school's instructional winery, tasting room and wine business incubator.

07/21/16

All the grapes that go into the pinot are picked by hand and hauled up to the winery not by truck but by the winery's two horses. From there, the grapes are de-stemmed by hand, hand-pressed and then pumped by bicycle into barrels and tanks. Winery employees take turns pedaling the bike to pump the wine.

07/21/16

Cavoores will help lead sales efforts for the 80,000-case winery throughout the United States and Canada, with a particular focus on Northeast markets such as New York City and Boston.

07/20/16

"We started participating in the Riesling Rendezvous in 2013, and when we saw the opportunity to sponsor a lunch for the 2016 event, I was all over this," Dolsby added. "I knew about the power of this from my days with the Washington Wine Commission and with all the Riesling in Idaho made by Ste. Chapelle, it makes sense for us."

07/20/16

USDA's National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) today announced the availability of $8.4 million in available funding to study and develop new approaches for the agriculture sector to adapt to and mitigate the effects of climate change. The funding is available through NIFA's Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (AFRI), which is authorized by the 2014 Farm Bill.

07/20/16

About 50 firefighters are at the scene with more are being called in, including aircraft.

07/20/16

Researchers say warming is only partly responsible for increase in Brix

07/20/16

The wine is called Project 1899 and Illahe Vineyards started making it in 2011.

07/19/16

4,000-acre fire near Red Mountain threatened Anelare Winery, handful of Chardonnay vines singed

07/19/16

A to Z Wineworks, Oregon's best-selling wine brand, has appointed the Trellis Wine Group to promote its A to Z and REX HILL wines in National On-Premise accounts, effective July 12th.

07/19/16

Second Annual Trade Auction Showcases More than 60 Rare Lots of 2015 Pinot Noir

07/19/16

Riesling Rendezvous has returned to the Pacific Northwest, and it attracted wine lovers, advocates and producers from around the globe to Chateau Ste. Michelle in Woodinville, Wash.

07/19/16

Thanks to a handful of large producers, Washington state is undoubtedly the king of West Coast Riesling. But that doesn't mean the rest of the Great Northwest hasn't gotten into the Riesling act.

07/19/16

The "short list" of where I'd personally invest in vineyard land has held steady at precisely two regions for several years now. First is Switzerland - it's a steep buy-in, certainly, but my bet would be on the long-term domestic wine market, which for historical and cultural reasons consumes nearly everything they produce. Second is Tasmania, whose producers command up to four times the price for grapes as other regions of Australia. I've recently added a third region to my list: Idaho.

07/18/16

New bottling is the first to herald winery's new focus on the subregion

07/18/16

It often comes as a surprise to most wine lovers just how diverse the Pacific Northwest is in growing wine grape varieties.

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