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09/09/14

Some 60 Willamette Valley wineries will head north of the Columbia River for a trade and consumer tasting that takes place Thursday at Sodo Park, 3200 1st Ave. S. Tickets are $65. The trade tasting runs from noon to 4 p.m., while the consumer tasting takes place from 6 to 9 p.m.

09/09/14

Since Prohibition, North Central Washington has focused more on other agricultural pursuits. But in the past 15 years in particular, the region's wine industry has made a spectacular comeback, with no fewer than 60 wineries in and around the communities of Wenatchee, Leavenworth, Chelan, Cashmere, Quincy, George and Oroville.

09/09/14

Vintners in the Willamette Valley say the conditions have so far been perfect, and early September has given white-grape growers a chance to start harvesting early.

09/09/14

Self-service wine tasting is the order of business at downtown Boise's Bodovino wine bar and retail shop. It's the largest outlet in the world for Italian wine dispenser manufacturer WineEmotion.

09/09/14

Nodland Cellars owner Tim Nodland has announced that his business is moving into the ground floor of the Chronicle Building in downtown Spokane with plans for a tasting room, jazz club and eventually a restaurant

09/09/14

A US company that sells wine in cans has released a series of tongue-in-cheek ads poking fun at the pretentious corners of the wine world with hilarious results

09/08/14

Oregon's Dundee Hills suffered from late rains last year that impacted the quality of wine in one of Oregon's most productive regions

09/08/14

The eagle and plow are meant to invoke patriotism and hard work

09/04/14

Temperatures within the wine regions in the western and central valleys of California were near normal to slightly warmer than normal, while the western valleys of Oregon and across into eastern Washington during the month were approximately 3 to 8 degrees above normal.

09/04/14

Study projects need for 4,774 new positions by 2018 in wineries and vineyards

09/04/14

Wine harvest is underway in a small growing region in southeast Washington called Red Mountain. The dusty wedge of earth has been attracting an increasing amount of investment from winemakers from Napa, Canada and even Italy.

09/04/14

The new system is split into three different crush pad areas - one each dedicated for red, white and reserve wines. The addition of the new equipment to the reserve tier complements the new small fermenters recently added to the winery that have innovative shapes and vessel materials including concrete, stainless steel and French oak

09/03/14

Red blends are something special, and they are becoming the largest and most important category in Washington wine country.

09/03/14

While a few hundred tons were picked last week and even this weekend, today is the official start of the 2014 Washington wine grape harvest.

09/01/14

Kennewick Irrigation District worked out a few of the bugs in the new system to bring Yakima River water to prime wine grape growing land on Red Mountain near Benton City

08/29/14

Although some vineyards are picking now, mid-September is when harvest is really in full swing

08/29/14

Although no wine/beer vendors have yet been identified for the program, the decision allows foundation and market operators to begin offering tasting and sales.

08/29/14

Hoppes, owner of Fidelitas Wines on Red Mountain, grew up not far away in the Yakima Valley town of Wapato, where he worked in Concord vineyards as a high schooler in the 1970s.

08/29/14

Grower beats earliest pick by two days in the Horse Heaven Hills

08/28/14

Kiley Evans returns to Southern Oregon winemaking by taking over the program at Ledger David Cellars in Central Point. Evans served as winemaker at Abacela and then Agate Ridge Vineyard while consulting with several other Pacific Northwest wineries before spending three years in North Carolina at Raffaldini Vineyards and Winery.

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