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06/30/15

After working for Mondavi during harvest, Rosenthal headed north to Seattle and ended up as a lab technician in Woodinville at Washington's largest wine company. He was there for four years before leaving to work in the Australian and Oregon wine industries. In 2007, Rosenthal was back at Ste. Michelle as an enologist. In 2011, he was promoted to assistant white winemaker, focusing primarily on Chardonnay.

06/30/15

Greater deductions and lower taxes are what wineries across the country will enjoy. Legislation in front of finance committee would reduce federal taxes on first 12,600 cases

06/30/15

" ... with 2009 ... I found six outstanding wines among 22"

06/30/15

"the new direction is progressive and trailblazing, beautifully reflecting the pioneering spirit"

06/30/15

Though Heather Unwin was executive director of the Red Mountain AVA Alliance for just three-and-a-half years, it was during what will likely be looked upon as the most important period of development in Washington's smallest American Viticultural Area

06/29/15

Existing standard different than that used by state, rest of county

06/29/15

Volunteers arrived to find trays filled with tiny Grenache Noir clone 01A plants ...

06/29/15

Travel Southern Oregon has received more than $37,000 from the sale of Oregon Wine Country license plates and has appointed a committee to determine disbursement of the funds to tourism-related efforts.

06/26/15

Today, the second generation of Ponzis is running the winery

06/26/15

One of Oregon's youngest wine estates has partnered with Jackson Family Wines to take its Pinot Noir range into Europe and Asia

06/26/15

The search for a new executive director is underway

06/25/15

King Estate offered $131,738 for the lot, an offer that pleased City Manager Richard Meyers, who said he had not been definitively told what the winery wishes to do with the additional space. (

06/25/15

Derek Way, vineyard manager for Sagemoor Vineyards, will move to China this summer to become a wine grape consultant and also to work in the area of leadership training.

06/25/15

Washington State Department of Agriculture's summer search for gypsy moths will be confined to west of the Cascades.

06/25/15

Based on what he was seeing in the field and reports from colleagues in the second week of June, George Zhuang, University of California Cooperative Extension viticulture farm advisor for Fresno County, expected veraison to begin in California's raisin-type grapes around the middle of June

06/25/15

"We made it!" managing partner Kahryn Alexander said with a smile. "The venue has come into its own, and it's a place where people want to come in and relax and enjoy the area we live in."

06/24/15

The agriculture industry reflects on the death of Washington State University President Elson Floyd. Floyd died June 20 of complications from colon cancer, according to the university.

06/24/15

Much of Central and Eastern Washington poised to join the West's federal drought area.

06/24/15

A roundup of recent legislative actions in Oregon.

06/24/15

This invader from Asia has a formidable appetite for the berries, tree fruits and vegetables that Beaudoin grows on his 80-acre farm.

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