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01/27/15

Although the economic recovery in Oregon has been uneven across industries, the Oregon wine industry continues to grow, injecting a $3.35 billion booster-shot in 2013, according to a newly-released study.

01/27/15

Oregon is known for specialty beers. But what about a beer made with sewer water?

01/27/15

Another version of Snowmaggedon is forecast to smother the East Coast, but a group of Oregon Pinot Noir producers hopes the weather this week won't get in the way of the Oregon Pinot Camp it has scheduled Wednesday in New Hampshire

01/27/15

When the Seattle Seahawks went to the Super Bowl a year ago in New Jersey, at least three Washington winemakers went and watched them win their first world championship. This weekend, two of those winemakers are heading to this Phoenix suburb to watch Sunday's game against the AFC Champion New England Patriots

01/26/15

Widespread reports of Rusty Grape Vineyard's demise one effect as bumps are worked out

01/26/15

Elysian, a longtime Seattle craft brewery has been sold to Anheuser-Busch, the maker of Budweiser and other mass-produced beers, which holds a 47.2 percent share of the U.S. beer market.

01/26/15

there's no particular regional or varietal theme, just more recommendations that showcase a few of the increasingly varied choices

01/26/15

Senate Bill 5167, which would give the Fircrest City Council the authority to overturn its Prohibition-era blue law

01/23/15

Vineyard acreage in Oregon has nearly doubled since 2005

01/23/15

The biggest divide in the wine world isn't between high alcohol and low alcohol, it's between fruit and savory

01/22/15

Pinot Noir is plowing the way for the Oregon wine industry, which now adds more than $3.3 billion to the state's bottom line.

01/22/15

The Idaho Legislature is being asked to approve a temporary rule that would allow the free movement of hops material among Idaho, Oregon and Washington. It would also require a negative disease test for hops green matter coming to Idaho from states...

01/22/15

A computer model developed by Washington State University is helping grape growers across the nation and on several continents better predict grapevine cold hardiness.

01/22/15

NHLC Pinot Camp to focus on Oregon's renowned Pinot Noir with seminar, tasting and panel discussion with four of Oregon's leading Pinot Noir producers.

01/21/15

More than a tasting, guests "experience" an educational world of food and beverage at the Seattle Wine and Food Experience February 22

01/21/15

Wine industry report paints positive picture for state and workers

01/21/15

Old Bridge Cellars (OBC) has announced the expansion of its Oregon portfolio with Chapter 24 Vineyards, a joint venture between Evening Land founder Mark Tarlov and Burgundian winemaker Louis-Michel Liger-Belair of Vosne-Romanee.

01/21/15

"They seem to have been very careful to have it after that and not on a Seahawks game day," said Natalie Barnes-Conway, co-winemaker of Latah Creek Wine Cellars in Spokane. "If it had been the same day as the Super Bowl, my husband would have killed me!"

01/21/15

"It's a totally legit wine area."

01/20/15

Force Majeure is Keplinger's first consulting project in Washington State. The winery, which is located in Woodinville, currently sources its grapes from its 12-acre estate vineyard located in the Red Mountain AVA, with additional acreage to be developed in 2015.

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