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03/13/15

Warm weather pushes wine cultivars weeks ahead of schedule

03/13/15

SERA Architects has designed a master plan for the winery's re-imagined tasting room, which is being transformed out of existing cellars and a barrel room

03/12/15

Idaho Wine: From Bud to Taste Bud debuted last week at the Sun Valley Film Festival to a strong response, and now the filmmakers are readying it for wider distribution.

03/12/15

They may have started in the outhouse, but the Figgins family's wines are definitely in the penthouse now.

03/12/15

A comprehensive review of Washington's watersheds confirms that conditions are pointing toward the state's first drought in a decade.

03/12/15

Jim Bernau founded Willamette Valley Vineyards in 1983, clearing away old plum trees and plenty of blackberries to make way for pinot noir, chardonnay and pinot gris grapes. Today, his vineyard is publicly traded and is a marquee member of Oregon's premium wine community. Sustainable Business Oregon reached out to ask how Oregon's low snow pack - currently less than half of normal in most of the state - could affect his industry business.

03/12/15

The University of Idaho holds the patent and the licensing on the process because it was discovered there, but these guys are taking it in a different direction. If they make it big, the University will get a portion of the proceeds and so will the investors, who are already funding NACA Fermentation and will hold stock in the company

03/11/15

Oregon's wine industry has become a major economic force not just in agriculture, but in multiple aspects of the state's economy

03/11/15

More than 50 wines from the Pacific Northwest earned gold or better at the fourth annual Savor Northwest Wine Awards, which took place at this coastal Oregon community.

03/11/15

Only an "immense" spring snowstorm would make a difference in what is shaping up to be a dry year for streamflows and irrigators who rely on them.

03/11/15

Agribusinesses and farmers in Eastern Oregon say they would be hard-pressed to absorb the extra labor costs.

03/10/15

Here in the Pacific Northwest, winemakers are crafting delicious red blends that include both traditional grapes for such styles as those found in Bordeaux or the Rhône Valley, for example, but also intermingling the two regions or even tossing in varieties from Spain or Italy.

03/10/15

The Greatest of the Grape is the oldest wine pairing event in the Pacific Northwest

03/10/15

Renowned climatologist Greg Jones shared some of the latest observations regarding recent weather patterns, and when it comes to the West Coast, his charts are filled with red

03/09/15

a Rhône varietal is one of 22 grapes sanctioned by the French government for wine production within that country's Rhône Valley. Of those, the top six varietals now grown in Washington are syrah, viognier, grenache, roussanne, marsanne, and mourvèdre

03/09/15

The bill, introduced by Rep. Steve Miller, R-Fairfield, was passed last weekby the House State Affairs Committee and will be considered by the full House

03/06/15

Oregon's wine industry has become a major economic force not just in agriculture, but in multiple aspects of the state's economy.

03/06/15

Four workshops focused on reducing wine grape revenue losses will be offered on March 18 and 19 in Eastern Washington to growers and individuals working in the wine grape industry.

03/06/15

Owens-Illinois (O-I) has acquired Bennu Glass, a single furnace glass plant in Kalama, Washington, US.

03/06/15

The Kalama wine bottle plant at the Port of Kalama has been sold to Owens-Illinois, one of the nation's largest glass container companies.

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