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08/27/15

Prime Now currently operates in a growing handful of metro areas around the U.S. since its late 2014 launch in NYC, including Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Chicago, Dallas, Indianapolis, Manhattan and Miami

08/26/15

The Okanogan Complex grew by more than 26 square miles Sunday and is expected to grow even more in coming days

08/26/15

"I would say it's a record-breaking early vintage," Casey McClellan, founder and winemaker at Seven Hills Winery in Walla Walla, said last week. "I'm picking semillon on Monday (today) and that's two weeks before schedule."

08/26/15

Stoller Family Estate, the largest contiguous vineyard in Oregon's Dundee Hills with 195 acres under vine across a 373-acre site, will begin harvesting fruit on August 26. Stoller also announces the completion of a winemaking expansion on the estate, which will begin operation during this harvest season.

08/26/15

The 2015 vintage marks the first time for harvest to start without its beloved founding winemaker, who died Oct. 23, 2014, on the Oregon Coast of a self-inflicted gunshot.

08/26/15

A study released today shows that of the valley's 2,836 acres of wine grapes, 95 percent are red varieties.

08/26/15

A state grant will help with this year's drought and expansion of Kyle Mathison cherry orchards in Stemilt Basin.

08/26/15

Firefighters battling the blaze spent Monday patrolling, improving and holding control lines. The Canyon Creek Complex of fires is 30 percent contained.

08/26/15

Seventeen large fires are burning in Idaho, the most in the nation.

08/26/15

An Atlanta, Ga., company is providing new refrigerated rail service from the Northwest to the Midwest and East Coast.

08/26/15

When discussing the wine of the Americas we first think of the United States, Argentina or Chile, even Brazil or Uruguay, but certainly not Mexico, which is ironic given that it is the oldest wine destination in the Americas.

08/26/15

Amazon.com Inc. is offering one-hour delivery of wine, beer and spirits in a U.S. city for the first time through its Prime Now program, adding a new twist to on-demand delivery starting in the Seattle area.

08/26/15

Oregon winemakers have singled out the UK as a major contributor to a 50% leap in wine exports for the US state.

08/26/15

New Prairie Mountain Wineries alliance seeks greater attention for the distinctive, idyllic and somewhat unsung wine zone west of Junction City.

08/26/15

Bill Fuller says vines that typically produce between 2 and 3 tons of grapes per acre could yield an extra ton per acre

08/25/15

The wines of the Pacific Northwest ultimately became his passion. He even met his wife, Andrea, over a bottle of Oregon wine.

08/25/15

Today, Winter's Hill estate vineyard has 35 acres of Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Pinot Blanc. It has been certified Salmon-Safe and LIVE (Low Input Viticulture & Enology) since 1999. Surrounding the tranquil vineyard are Oregon white oak and Douglas fir trees, which provide habitats for a variety of wildlife species.

08/25/15

A study released today shows that of the valley's 2,836 acres of wine grapes, 95 percent are red varieties. While that shouldn't surprise many of the winemakers here, a few other facts might. Here are a few of the most interesting tidbits from this new study, conducted by the Walla Walla Valley Wine Alliance.

08/25/15

A small outlay puts participation in the hands of wine enthusiasts in the Pacific Northwest.

08/25/15

At just over 400 square miles, the Okanogan Complex of fires is slightly larger than last year's.

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