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05/12/15

Washington State University will hold a grand opening at 4 p.m. June 4 for the Wine Science Center on the Tri-Cities campus.

05/12/15

With French barrels, Spanish corks and the rich volcanic soil covering these hills, Alex Sokol Blosser makes some of the world's finest pinot noir at his family's winery. And the world knows it ...

05/11/15

As Obama promotes trade agreement in Oregon, state's wine industry says it would give it boost

05/08/15

A Washington state wine producer this week filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court against Boulder's Twisted Pine Brewing Company, alleging trademark infringement and other unfair practices. The suit revolves around the local brewery's award-winning Northstar Imperial Porter, which Ste. Michelle Wine Estates says infringes on its Northstar-brand wine by using the same name.

05/08/15

The San Francisco Wine Exchange (SFWE), America's oldest independent wine marketing and sales agency and a leading importer of fine wine, has appointed Noble Wines, Ltd., as its main distributor in Washington state for its international portfolio of family-owned, terroir-driven wines.

05/08/15

During Grape to Table Weekend, May 23-25, wineries of the Columbia Gorge will be showcasing the food-friendliness of their wines through tasting, educating visitors about ideal food pairings, and providing some great recipes for patrons to continue the celebration at home.

05/08/15

Before returning home, he stumbled upon the grandeur surrounding Oregon's Hood River, which he never forgot. Years later, the emerging Columbia Gorge wine industry proved to be a siren's call.

05/08/15

The summer streamflow outlook for Washington state continues to drop, concerning irrigators in the Yakima Basin and other watersheds.

05/08/15

The state's congressional delegation is split over whether President Obama should get so-called fast-track trade authority, giving him leeway to negotiate an Asia-Pacific trade deal that would be subject only to an up-or-down vote.

05/08/15

A partnership between Paul O'Brien Winery in downtown Roseburg and Abadia de Acón Winery in Burgos will result in production of proprietary Tempranillo-based wine from Ribera del Duero.

05/07/15

Stoller Family Estate announces the 20 year anniversary of the planting of its vineyard, the largest contiguous vineyard in the Dundee Hills AVA and a sought after source of fruit in the Willamette Valley. The winery is also pleased to welcome two new associate winemakers to the team, Ben Howe and Kate Payne Brown, who will work under longtime Stoller winemaker, Melissa Burr.

05/07/15

Lawmakers OK permit allowing 12 offsite tasting/sales events per year

05/07/15

Oregon's water supply development fund is closer to becoming reality now that rules have been proposed.

05/07/15

Oregon State University researchers are working on targeted biological controls for pests attacking some of the state's most valuable crops.

05/07/15

Alyssum is a member of the mustard family and native to Turkey and elsewhere along the Mediterranean coast.

05/07/15

A major irrigation district in the Yakima Basin is ceasing water deliveries for 14 to 21 days to save water for late summer. Water supply is forecast at 47 percent of normal and may drop to 38 percent.

05/07/15

A new pump station and irrigation system officially opened at Red Mountain today.

05/07/15

Lawmakers OK permit allowing 12 offsite tasting/sales events per year

05/06/15

The first big day on Washington grape growers' calendar is expected to pass without incident - and that makes everyone in the state's wine industry happy.

05/06/15

Lawmakers in Oregon are considering a bill that would close a loophole in funding regulations for water projects.

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