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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.

01/20/15

Beginning this weekend, the Sessions Indoor Concerts return to Washington's oldest, largest and most-visited winery. The concept was launched a year ago and focused on smaller, more intimate concerts featuring talented artists with local or regional ties.

01/20/15

Oregon's upcoming legalization of marijuana has an academic aspect to it.

01/20/15

The growth of premium wines is being restricted by major grocers and tough economic conditions, despite more adventurous consumers seeking them out.

01/20/15

Statewide, the average sale price for an acre of irrigated farmland rose from $7,850 in January 2014 to $10,000 this month, a 27 percent rise, according to statistics released by Farmers National Co., an Omaha, Neb.-based agricultural landowner services firm.

01/20/15

"Our family searched for a solid, quality partner for more than two years. We feel extremely confident with the team of professionals at Dreyfus Ashby."

01/20/15

Oregon Wine Board Releases 2014 Economic Impact Study Showing Oregon Wine Industry Grew its Economic Contribution to the State by 28%

01/16/15

Arthur West, of Olympia, is known for filing records requests and complaints of open meetings law violations at various public agencies. In one recent example, he collected $187,000 from the Port of Olympia last month to settle lawsuits over open meetings violations

01/15/15

The San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition, which took place the first full week of January in this town in northern Sonoma County, drew a record 6,400 entries from 23 states, and about 60 wine professionals spent four days tasting, evaluating and rewarding each wine on its own merits

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