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12/12/14

A local architecture firm has won a design award for its wood-and-leather redesign of the tasting room at Willamette Valley Vineyards.

12/12/14

some people are saying buying booze is breaking the bank, and sales across the border, in Idaho and Oregon, are through the roof

12/11/14

Kansas City author Doug Frost, one of four people in the world to earn both the Master of Wine and Master Sommelier titles, will serve as master of ceremonies for the Industry Awards Dinner at the 2015 Oregon Wine Symposium in Portland.

12/11/14

Today, 14 Hands Winery produces 2 million cases of wine annually, making it Washington's second-largest winery and one of the fastest-growing brands in the United States.

12/11/14

Additional vineyard acres at Alpine will be planted for research

12/11/14

The decision by 19 liquor stores throughout Oregon to begin selling wine and beer in the past year wound up costing each of them about $1,000 per month.

12/11/14

Ponzi 2012 Tavola Willamette Valley Pinot Noir was ranked No. 53 and King Estate's Acrobat 2012 Oregon Pinot Noir was ranked No. 78.

12/11/14

Two years after liquor was privatized in Washington, a new report found that liquor prices in Washington are the highest in the nation

12/10/14

The Columbia-Snake River Irrigators Association doesn't want state money, but it is asking for...

12/10/14

When Brian Carter decided to make his way back to the Northwest, Mount St. Helens had just erupted and there wasn't much of a wine industry north of the Columbia River.

12/10/14

Scott and Martha Wright, founders of Scott Paul Wines in Carlton, announced they have sold their interest in the Oregon winery to partner Cameron Healy

12/09/14

The Wine Science Center is a $24 million facility being built in the heart of Washington wine country, less than a mile from the Columbia River. Thomas Henick-Kling, who oversees the university's winemaking and grape growing programs, is rubbing his hands together in anticipation.

12/09/14

Scott and Martha Wright, founders of Scott Paul Wines in Carlton, announced they have sold their interest in the Oregon winery to partner Cameron Healy.

12/09/14

Foster blames higher prices and increased shoplifting of alcohol, especially by minors, on the voter-approved move

12/09/14

Oregon lawmakers on Monday took up their first marijuana-related budget request since voters said yes to legalizing the drug for recreational use, referring it to the Emergency Board without a recommendation....

12/08/14

Monson, 73, of Yakima, died Dec. 1.

12/08/14

As new bottles continue to roll out onto shelves throughout the country, Barnard Griffin announces the national launch of its new Griffin label.

12/05/14

Erath Winery, one of the pioneering wineries of Oregon's Willamette Valley and the region's leading producer of Pinot Noir, has released the first wine from their new estate vineyard in the Eola-Amity Hills, Willakia Vineyard.

12/05/14

Idaho's wine industry is excited about the possibility the state could have two new American Viticulture Areas this time next year. Idaho currently has one AVA, which is a federally designated wine growing region.

12/05/14

Vineyard production rose 80 percent over previous year

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