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01/15/15

A new impact study shows Idaho's wine industry brought in almost $170 million to Idaho's economy in 2013. It was also responsible for 1,226 full-time equivalent jobs

01/14/15

It's less than a month before the 18th annual Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers convention begins Feb. 10, but the discount for early registration ends this Friday.

01/14/15

Josh McDonald hopes to address concerns of small wineries and connect membership with legislators

01/14/15

Washington wine grape growers will talk about a host of things at their annual convention, Feb. 10-13, including the state's plans for winery wastewater discharge permits.

01/14/15

A $19.2 million Kennewick Irrigation District project to bring Yakima River water to Red Mountain grape growers is done, and landowners learned last week how much they'll have to pay to irrigate their property.

01/13/15

In the past half-decade, Malbec has begun to emerge as a small but forceful red wine in Washington. Now the minor Bordeaux grape (and Argentina's signature wine) is finding success throughout the Pacific Northwest.

01/13/15

Oregon has received lots of rain this winter but some of its mountain snowpack lags behind normal.

01/13/15

Jill Goodrich-Collas named West Zone Vice President of Sales

01/12/15

In this week's Great Northwest Winecast, we chat with Judy Phelps about her winery, her wines and her new tasting room in the tourist town of Leavenworth.

01/09/15

Josh McDonald, who this week joined the Washington Wine Institute as its executive director, describes the organization's role as working with the Washington State Liquor Control Board and state lawmakers to protect the interests of the wine industry.

01/09/15

"Wine Shots," led by executive producer Elicia Sanchez, takes place on the second Sunday of every month in the Grotto at the JewelBox Theater (Rendezvous Restaurant & Bar) in Seattle.

01/08/15

The Washington Wine Institute (WWI) has appointed Josh McDonald as its executive director, effective January 5. He will be responsible for managing the complex policy and regulatory issues facing Washington winery owners who make up the second largest wine industry in the U.S., after California.

01/07/15

"Revenues were down this past year and we are in process of understanding why"

01/07/15

The Washington Wine Industry Foundation is offering over $30,000 in scholarships for undergraduate and post-graduate students studying viticulture, enology or related disciplines. All applications are due March 15 with awards for the 2015-2016 school year awarded by May 15.

01/07/15

Dairy edged out wheat to become Washington's second most valuable agricultural commodity in 2013. Apples are the state's largest crop.

01/07/15

Benton County officials granted a zone change on Tuesday that will allow the owners of the Harris Bridge Vineyard to build a house on agricultural land near Wren.

01/06/15

Swingle recently agreed to return as the auction's interim executive director, stepping in when Aimee Sheridan resigned after less than a year in the position.

01/06/15

It was a fascinating, news-filled 2014 in the Pacific Northwest wine industry. We saw record warmth, huge harvests, big investments, anniversaries and sad losses.

01/06/15

It was a fascinating, news-filled 2014 in the Pacific Northwest wine industry. We saw record warmth, huge harvests, big investments, anniversaries and sad losses.

01/05/15

Bob Andrews, patriarch for one of Washington's top wine grape growing families died Dec. 15 after a lengthy battle with cancer. He was 84

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