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06/23/16

Panther Creek Cellars, one of the first Oregon wineries recognized for its exceptional regional blends and single vineyard designates, especially Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Chardonnay, celebrated its 30th anniversary with a preview single vineyard tasting at Upland restaurant in New York City.

06/23/16

Keith spent five years at Diageo, leading marketing strategy on brands including Sterling Vineyards, Chalone Vineyard, and Tanqueray Gin. He began his career at Wine Spectator

06/23/16

"You have Woodinville wineries going to Walla Walla and Walla Walla wineries going to Woodinville. It seems to be a trend of everyone wanting to get into tasting rooms and sell wine more direct"

06/23/16

Duane Wollmuth, executive director of the Walla Walla Valley Wine Alliance, told Great Northwest Wine that every part of last week's three-day celebration of Cabernet Sauvignon was sold out

06/22/16

"Dunham Cellars is an iconic winery with an excellent reputation for quality, both in the Northwest and throughout the U.S.," said Harmann. "I look forward to working with this renowned, family-owned winery dedicated to making extraordinary Washington wine."

06/21/16

As the Pacific Northwest - particularly Washington and Southern Oregon - focus more and more on Rhône-style wines, Viognier has come much more into vogue

06/20/16

Thomas Bardessono has joined the sales team at Global Package LLC, heading up sales in Northern California, Oregon, and Washington. Bardessono comes to Global Package with decades of experience in all facets of wine production, from vineyard management and winemaking to wine and wine barrel sales to business analyst, strategic planning and logistics.

06/20/16

Dunham Cellars topped a star-studded list of entries with its 2013 Syrah. The Walla Walla airport winery - one of the oldest in the valley - also had the best white wine in its 2014 Lewis Vineyard Riesling

06/20/16

Sawtooth winemaker Meredith Smith saw her responsibilities skyrocket from 10,000 cases to 135,000 in one day when Maurine Johnson gave notice that she was leaving Ste. Chapelle - Idaho's largest winery - to join the red wine team at Hogue Cellars in Washington's Yakima Valley

06/16/16

Scholarships have been awarded to 11 students totaling $27,000 pursuing careers in the wine industry. The Washington Wine Industry Foundation made the awards from the following funds

06/16/16

The 2016 water outlook for irrigators in Southwestern Idaho is still good, although...

06/16/16

The United States, Washington and Idaho may set new records in hop acreage harvested this year while Oregon is far short of its record set in 1935.

06/15/16

Learn about a winemaker in Oregon who is using the ancient technique of amphorae to make wine

06/15/16

Mike Januik of Januik Winery will be the event's honorary vintner, Todd Newhouse of Upland Vineyards will be the honorary grower, and Jeb Dunnuck of Wine Advocate is the honorary chair.

06/14/16

In all of Washington state, fewer than 50 acres of the famous Spanish red wine have been established. And in Oregon's Umpqua Valley - where the grape is perhaps best known in the Northwest - about 35 acres are in the ground.

06/14/16

The 11th International Terroir Congress and the Society of International Terroir Experts have mapped out their agenda for July 10-14 at Linfield College in McMinnville, Ore.

06/14/16

"People thought we were crazy, and a lot of time we thought we were crazy," Pearson said. "How are we going to survive in a little tasting room in this tiny town where frankly, most people drink Bud Light?"

06/11/16

Washington's wine grapes were picked earlier during the hot 2015 season. The result could be a stunning vintage of whites and rosés

06/11/16

Vineyards in the state were at risk of smoke damage due to last year's wildfires, which engulfed a million acres

06/10/16

An unseasonably warm winter and hot spring means the grape harvest date could be two weeks earlier than last year, according to Michelle Moyer, assistant professor and Extension viticulturist at Washington State University in Prosser, WA. That would put harvests about a month ahead of the regular schedule, in which grapes are generally starting to be picked in early to mid-September.

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