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11/24/14

But nobody's talking about the mid-valley, the stretch from Monmouth through Corvallis down to Junction City - or, at least, they weren't

11/24/14

Moya Dolsby has found Idaho to be a comfortable fit

11/21/14

If you want the history of Carlton's wine boom in a nutshell, just look at Jay McDonald's resume

11/21/14

The food-and-beverage extravaganza expands each year, with the 2015 edition adding an extra event called POP! Seafood & Bubbles.

11/21/14

One of Willamette Valley's founding wineries is admired for its authentic and sincere wines.

11/20/14

Chemeketa's Northwest Wine Studies Program has named Betty O'Brien, president of Elton Vineyards, as Chairman of its Advisory Committee for the coming academic year. The program has also recruited Eugenia Keegan, general manager of Gran Moraine Winery, a Jackson Family Wines company, to its Advisory Committee.

11/20/14

Charles Smith announced that Tammy Coleman will join the company as director of national accounts on-premise, representing the family of brands, which includes K Vintners, Charles Smith Wines, ViNO, Secco Italian Bubbles, SIXTO and Wines of Substance.

11/20/14

Five wines from the Pacific Northwest made the Wine Spectator's top 100 list this year, including three from Oregon and two from Washington.

11/20/14

The value of Idaho agricultural exports slowed during the third quarter of 2014 but they're still on pace to set an annual record for the fourth straight year. A decline in dairy exports was a major factor in the third-quarter slowdown.

11/20/14

Washington State University's Wine Science Center has received a $500,000 donation from a man who took a huge risk and helped plant Franklin County's first wine grape vineyard in the early 1970s.

11/19/14

The Friday night ¡Salud! Cuvée Tasting and Big Board Auction, held at Domaine Drouhin Oregon, drew a crowd of 475 attendees and raised over $200,000, a record for that event.

11/19/14

In the second of five 2014 vintage reports, American vintners report good harvests on both the East Coast and the Pacific Northwest. In Washington and Oregon, sunshine was abundant and harvest came early. In Virginia and New York state, winter was brutal, but most vines survived and produced good fruit.

11/19/14

For all the international acclaim it enjoys today, Oregon's modern wine industry is shockingly young. The so-called first wave of vineyards was planted here beginning in the late 1960s. And for three decades, nearly everyone planted Vitis vinifera vines on their own roots.

11/19/14

For all the international acclaim it enjoys today, Oregon's modern wine industry is shockingly young ...

11/18/14

Washington wine grape growers are finishing up what will be a record harvest for the third year in a row. Increased acreage and good weather contributed.

11/18/14

The annual Oregon Pinot Noir event raised its highest amount since the start of the Great Recession.

11/18/14

Justin Smith had arranged to distribute those bottles to people who had paid ...

11/17/14

Paul Durant successfully champions the Oregon Chardonnay Symposium, but he's also building a following for the Pacific Northwest Cool Climate Extra Virgin Olive Oil Conference.

11/17/14

Cooper Wine Company recently bought 10 more acres of established Red Mountain vineyards and plans to build a second tasting room.

11/17/14

New venture offers premium wines, spacious tasting room

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