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08/26/16

She spent more than 15 years promoting Washington tourism and wine. Now, Robin Pollard has gone back to her farming roots by planting a vineyard in the Rattlesnake Hills and starting a winery.

08/26/16

The Idaho Department of Labor reports a dip in the unemployment rate and increasing numbers of contract farm labor providers getting licensed.

08/26/16

Places to shop, stay, eat and, of course, drink while touring the local wine country

08/25/16

"I knew there was going to be quite a bit of science," he said. "I didn't come here with the idea that I'm going to move out West and start a winery, and it's all going to be great and glorious, that I was never going to be wet, dirty, sticky, and have lees-stained clothes. Because that's what it is. That's winemaking."

08/25/16

Now, Robin Pollard has gone back to her farming roots by planting a vineyard in the Rattlesnake Hills and starting a winery

08/24/16

"One of the things that interested me the most about this assignment is that Cole Danehower had done this before me," Sullivan told Great Northwest Wine. "Cole and I had always talked about working together on something over the years. It's always been a real regret of mine that we had never been able to do that"

08/24/16

Water reservations in Oregon's Hood River basin, which allow for new water rights development, have been renewed for 20 years.

08/24/16

A tax reimbursement credit that was passed by the Idaho Legislature in 2014 with the support of farm groups has survived a court challenge by a company that claimed it harmed their business by helping a competitor.

08/24/16

With sensors in vineyard and hoop house, WSU researcher analyzes effects on fruit and leaves

08/23/16

With sensors in vineyard and hoop house, WSU researcher analyzes effects on fruit and leaves

08/22/16

'Retired' technical director, Jacques Lardière, is making first-rate pinot noir in the Willamette Valley, chardonnay to come

08/22/16

A group convened by King County to help resolve the conflicts between agricultural uses of the Sammamish Valley and the flourishing wine industry remains divided on where to allow for growth.

08/22/16

This year's honorary grower was Todd Newhouse of Upland Vineyards in Sunnyside. The honorary vintner was Mike Januik of Januik Winery. And the honorary chair was Jeb Dunnuck of Wine Advocate

08/19/16

For the past two decades, Campbell has helped run Elk Cove Vineyards, the winery his parents started early in the history of the modern Oregon wine industry. We recently caught up with Campbell and sat down to talk about Elk Cove and the philosophy he brings to viticulture and winemaking. Here's the interview:

08/19/16

It could be a record year in the northwest, while California looks lighter and Bordeaux sweats on the weather.

08/19/16

Crews got a line around the Sunriver fire at about 2:30 a.m. Thursday and did back-burning through the night. About 250 people continued to fight the blaze.

08/18/16

Pate owns and operates Arlyn Vineyard ion Calkins Lane in Newberg, Ore. She grows grapes to make Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. In addition, Pate has extensive professional commercial insurance experience having led risk assessment, identity theft and privacy protection services for Bank of America Consumer Operations in Portland.

08/18/16

Total tons of grapes crushed increased 5 percent to 73,518 from 2014, with the North Willamette Valley accounting for 75 percent of total crush.

08/18/16

Festivities begin Thursday with the Picnic and Barrel Auction, a fun and casual walk-around featuring more than 100 Washington wineries, roaming winemakers, case lots by some of the state's top vintners, cuisine by the creative culinary team at Tulalip Resort Casino and picnic games

08/18/16

Washington's grape harvest has swung into life with white wines being picked this week and the total crop is likely to be a record size.

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