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12/22/14

More than 50 Walla Walla Valley vintners helped turn wine into nourishing meals for the fourth straight year as the Barrel Full of Money campaign raised $11,408.36 for the Blue Mountain Action Council's Walla Walla Food Bank

12/22/14

It's been a career of soaring heights and tragic lows. When, in 2009, the resilient Champoux was at the top of his game, everything he'd worked for came crashing down

12/19/14

Seattle Wine and Food Experience adds POP! Bubbles & Seafood to kickoff festivities

12/19/14

Hop production for Idaho, Oregon, and Washington in 2014 totaled 71.0 million pounds, up 3 percent from the 2013 crop of 69.2 million pounds, according to the USDA.

12/18/14

Taste Washington, Seattle's annual two-day spring tasting billed as the United States' largest single-region wine and food event, is offering a Sunday ticket discount to holiday shoppers.

12/18/14

Oregon winemakers are toasting the 2014 grape harvest, done under unusually dry conditions that produced abundant yields

12/18/14

The property is at SeVein Vineyards, an area on the southern border of the Walla Walla Valley AVA (American Viticultural Area) in Oregon.

12/17/14

One of Washington's most storied wineries is planting its first estate vineyard - and it will be in the southern Walla Walla Valley. Betz Family Winery, launched in 1997 by Master of Wine Bob Betz, has purchased land in SeVein, a young vineyard region near Milton-Freewater, Ore., that already is producing grapes for some of the world's finest red wines.

12/17/14

5,200-case winery to develop estate property in Walla Walla Valley

12/17/14

Oregon Secretary of State Kate Brown has certified a recount that shows Measure 92 was defeated by 837 votes.

12/17/14

'Not too hot, not too cold, not too much rain'

12/17/14

"I think it's going to be great for Oregon," says Tom Burns

12/16/14

In the Pacific Northwest, Cabernet Sauvignon is king - thanks primarily to its strength in Washington, but also because of its quality in areas such as Idaho's Snake River Valley and warmer areas of Oregon.

12/16/14

The annual event in Portland attracts organic producers, retailers and others.

12/16/14

Snowpacks are inadequate in Oregon and Washington but Idaho has fared better so far.

12/16/14

Washington State University study concludes cost of building water storage in Yakima Basin would exceed economic benefits.

12/16/14

Prosser's Walter Clore Wine & Culinary Center is accepting nominations for the Legends of Washington Wine Hall of Fame.

12/16/14

Looking for some good red wines to serve this holiday season? Be sure to consider Washington's Red Mountain Appellation, which has plenty to offer in terms of varietals and body styles at prices to suit most any budget.

12/16/14

Supporters of an Oregon ballot initiative requiring labels on genetically-modified food acknowledged defeat on Thursday after an automatic recount failed to sway the results of November's vote and a judge denied their plea for a count of rejected ballots

12/15/14

Presented by some of our industry's leading experts, the OWS is a can't-miss event for winery owners, vineyard managers, winemakers and staff throughout your entire winery and vineyard business

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