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07/31/15

We recently sat down with Goedhart at the family's distinctively French-style chateau built high on Red Mountain in the 1990s.

07/30/15

¡Salud!, a non-profit program through Tuality Healthcare that provides healthcare services for seasonal vineyard workers and their families, raised $56,405 at its third annual Summertime ¡Salud! - The Big Dinner, hosted by Stoller Family Estate and presented by The Allison Inn & Spa. The event pre-sold a record 19 cases of the 2014 ¡Salud! Cuvées, which accounted for $28,500 of the total amount raised.

07/30/15

Consistent with the company's aim of attracting the wine industry's top talent, Guarachi Wine Partners is pleased to announce the appointment of Daniel O'Leary to the position of West Coast Director of National Chain Accounts.

07/30/15

As Washington's wine grapes ripen at an alarming rate, winemakers across the state are scrambling to install new equipment, bottle new wines or even get in one last vacation before the 60-day sprint through harvest takes place.

07/30/15

ven their dog, Chance, gets in on the action

07/30/15

mith, who's officially "in his early 50s," has a head of bouncy, silver Sideshow Bob hair and a standard uniform of a black T-shirt, jeans and slip-on Vans. He first arrived in Seattle from Sacramento in 1988 ...

07/29/15

Scientists said they have documented seven fungal species that cause cankers in grapevines, more than previously known, and that knowing them and their varying biology and dispersal will allow better, customized management

07/29/15

SE Wine Collective, which is at 2425 S.E. 35th Place, has doubled its seating, placing new seats and tables both in the cellar and outside. Two eight-top high wood community tables have been added to the cellar space, adding 16 new seats inside.

07/29/15

A popular Portland spot for both wine makers and drinkers has undergone an expansion to welcome nearly the double the guests it originally could

07/29/15

While complying with the ruling will be difficult, the greater nightmare for employers would be a lawsuit making rest-break pay retroactive three years. That could cost the industry $100 million or more, Dan Fazio, director of the agricultural employer group WAFLA, has previously estimated

07/28/15

Both certificate programs are geared toward "small winery owners, individuals considering a career in the wine industry or existing winery employees preparing for advancement," according to information on the college's site. The programs include four core courses and two electives, which balance wine industry topics with marketing or management topics

07/28/15

The area continues to grow, with bigger players as well as small wineries. There are also parts of the Willamette Valley that haven't seen much, if any, vineyard planting

07/27/15

Washington vintner consolidates his winemaking while also putting a tasting room in the city

07/24/15

Willamette Valley Vineyards lost 12.7 tons of pinot noir grapes, according to the company's lawsuit filed on Tuesday in Polk County Circuit Court. The suit lists Five Cent Farm as a defendant.

07/24/15

The Wine Science Center (WSC), scheduled for its grand opening on June 4, 2015, was "designed from scratch," says Henick-Kling, and built with the users in mind: researchers, students, teachers, building maintenance, and other staff

07/21/15

There was extra reason for merrymaking in McMinnville, Oregon, at this year's International Pinot Noir Celebration, which wraps up this weekend: 2015 marks the 50th anniversary of the planting of the first pinot noir vines in the Willamette Valley.

07/21/15

Like Syrah, Viognier tends to be a low-acid, high-pH wine, so finding one with good brightness can be a task. Fortunately, in cooler climates, Viognier can thrive.

07/20/15

While Oregon's wine industry is primarily dominated by the rich, white, and heterosexual, it's certainly not the only wine producing region to witness this trend. As recently as 2008, there were more than 6,000 wineries in the country, but fewer than a dozen were owned by African Americans. The African American-centered news site Atlanta Blackstar reports there are now more than 8,000 wineries across the U.S., and less than 5% are owned by African Americans.

07/20/15

Retailers and restaurateurs are becoming more well-versed in Washington wines as the segment grows, says Andrew Browne, president and CEO of Precept Wine. "On- and off-premise accounts have bought into the category-that's the litmus test," he asserts

07/17/15

Two of Washington's most accomplished and acclaimed winemakers are Chris Upchurch of DeLille Cellars and Bob Betz of Betz Family Winery. One fortunate young winemaker has had the opportunity to work for both.

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