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04/22/16

The Drouhins have been making wine in Burgundy since 1880, but their celebrated domaine is anything but fusty

04/22/16

The Oregon Liquor Control Commission approved 14 grocery stores' retail liquor licensing in a meeting Thursday afternoon

04/21/16

The Department of Treasury's Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) issued a statement Tuesday that it will publish a final rule in the Federal Register to establish the Lewis-Clark Valley AVA, identifying a 306,658-acre segment within the historic grape-growing region surrounding Lewiston, Idaho, and Clarkston, Wash.

04/21/16

The Yakima River Basin enhancement bill has passed the U.S. Senate as an amendment to a bipartisan energy bill.

04/20/16

The sale includes the inventory of acclaimed wines and interests in the winemaking facility and in the Sonoma House, Patz & Hall's beautiful visitors' center in Sonoma. Patz & Hall's grapes will continue to be sourced from some of the most renowned Chardonnay and Pinot Noir vineyards in the Russian River Valley, Carneros and the Sonoma Coast, including legendary winegrowing sites like the Hyde Vineyard, Hudson Vineyard, Dutton Ranch, Chenoweth Ranch, Gap's Crown Vineyard and Alder Springs Vineyard.

04/20/16

Exvere, Inc. announced today that it has appointed Erik McLaughlin as a Director. Erik will provide and oversee Management Consulting and Mergers & Acquisitions Advisory Services to the alcohol beverage industry, with a focus on the wineries, vineyards, craft brewers, artisan distillers, and adult beverage distributors of the Pacific Northwest.

04/20/16

Oregon-based Union Wine Company is pleased to announce the hire of Rick Durette as vice president of global sales. Rick joins the team with 30 years of industry experience and will oversee all domestic and international sales through distributor partnerships.

04/20/16

A day after a large California winery announced its purchase of a premium Pinot Noir Winery in the Pacific Northwest, a large company from Washington state announced it had bought one of the best-known Pinot houses in California.

04/20/16

AVA designation shows continued growth of Idaho's wine industry

04/19/16

"This opportunity will allow our family to focus our time, efforts and passions on those parts of the Penner-Ash business we find most rewarding and enjoyable, knowing the rest of the business is in the capable hands of a family with a shared vision."

04/19/16

The California wine giant Jackson Family Wines bought prestigious wine company Penner-Ash, furthering its reach into Oregon's largely homegrown wine industry.

04/19/16

Smith receives the industry's inaugural Distinguished Member of the Year Award

04/19/16

The big California wine company continues its Oregon expansion with Lynn Penner-Ash's top-quality winery

04/18/16

Award-winning winemaker is also a champion at helping others

04/18/16

It has been quite a run for Maryhill Winery, and it continues for the large, family-owned winery in Washington's Columbia Gorge

04/18/16

More than 60 wine lovers gathered at Semiahmoo Resort for the inaugural Northwest Wine Encounter, an event that celebrates the beauty and diversity of Pacific Northwest wines

04/14/16

Over twenty Dundee wineries will come together on Saturday, May 7, 2016 to kick-off Oregon Wine Month. Local cuisine will be prepared by two of the Willamette Valley's favorites, Market Barrel / Artisan Peacock and Tina's. In an open-air setting at Dobbes Family Estate, winemakers, local fans, friends and followers will enjoy a mix of the region's celebrated wine and food.

04/14/16

Woodward Canyon, one of Walla Walla's iconic brands, and Ste. Michelle Wine Estates' "String of Pearls" shined Friday at the Hyatt Pier 66 during the ninth annual American Fine Wine Competition gala.

04/14/16

Two initiatives raising Washington's minimum wage could be on the Nov. 8 general election ballot, the farm labor organization WAFLA is warning its members.

04/14/16

An Idaho Department of Water Resources official said the state failed to meet last winter's volume in its recently concluded Snake River managed aquifer recharge program, and fell well short of its projected...

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