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03/01/17

The Trump administration is moving to roll back an environmental rule intended to define which small bodies of water are subject to federal authority under the Clean Water Act

03/01/17

The extraordinary turnaround in California's water picture is becoming a windfall for farm country

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Grapevine diseases, pests and new research-plus ways to handle possible frosts

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Both products are unique blends of oak-derived ellagitannin and gallotannin. Presented as aqueous tannins, they retain the aromatic freshness and potency of stave quality oak while maximizing ease of application

03/01/17

- Skurnik Wines and Spirits, national importer for many small European family wine estates, including the Terry Theise Estate Selections from Germany, Austria and Champagne, will be expanding into the golden state of California in May, 2017

03/01/17

"We are confident that our new and existing distributor partners will grow and develop our portfolio of fine wines throughout the country in a meaningful and long-lasting way"

03/01/17

Terry Flanagan, who helped establish the modern wine industry in Northcentral Washington, has died at 79.

03/01/17

- Leading B2B logistics publication releases annual list of the supply chain's top professionals -

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of extreme sophistication and an arrest has been made.

03/01/17

Winemaker, Veteran Ray Coursen to Present Wine to Congressman and Guests on Capitol Hill

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Fiction @ J. Bookwalter is the only Washington State winery restaurant selected; this is the second time in six months that national media has recognized the restaurant for excellence

03/01/17

Double Canyon, a winery dedicated to producing benchmark Washington Cabernet Sauvignon, announced today the addition of Kate Michaud as its winemaker. In her new role, Michaud will direct and oversee all winemaking operations, from vine to bottle.

03/01/17

Wilbur Ross says he'll renegotiate NAFTA. Ryan Zinke is closer to final approval.

03/01/17

The best deterrent to unionization is for employers to listen and treat employees well, labor attorneys say.

03/01/17

Washington legislation to require farmers to alert neighbors at least 48 hours before spaying stalled...

03/01/17

Foreign farmworkers harvested a large part of Washington's tree fruit crop in 2014.

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Pedro Sosa, who works with the American Friends Service Committee, a Quaker group, said 10 of the Latino workers were taken away after the traffic stop on a highway just outside the town of Woodburn on Friday.

03/01/17

It's been another remarkable week of wine in Vancouver - that's 39 if you count all the wine festivals back to the original Playhouse days in 1979.

03/01/17

Napa Valley knows how to put on a show, even without lifting a finger: its sun-splashed vineyards were on center stage this past week for Premiere Napa Valley 2017

03/01/17

Fifth generation owner Francesco Giuntini's adopted son, Federico talks to Monty Waldin about the uniqueness of Chianti Rufina and Selvapiana

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unique Pinot Noir is being produced all over the world, which wasn't always the case

03/01/17

Steven Spurrier has been named the Decanter Man of the Year 2017 - for devoting his life to the service of wine with passion and the utmost distinction...

03/01/17

President Trump signed an executive order Tuesday requiring the Environmental Protection Agency to review federal water regulations aimed to protect 60 percent of the bodies of water in the United States from pollution, including wetlands and rivers.

03/01/17

The president had railed against the water rule during his campaign, slamming it as an example of federal overreach.

03/01/17

"Cork dork" is the name given to the most obsessive sommeliers: the kind of oenophiles who lick rocks to train their palate, who refer to 10 a.m. tasting sessions as "tongue cardio," and who can name not only the grape and region in which any given wine was produced but can also tell you the weather during the year it was grown

03/01/17

recent tastings of a wide swath of Chile's wines revealed more top-notch, artisanally produced bottlings than ever before, most of them from small independent wineries that are members of MOVI

03/01/17

I wasn't sure what to expect as I walked into the massive Opus One winery a few weeks ago. The opportunity to survey an estate's entire production is not something that happens every day. At this level, wines can express so much; the spirit of the people involved, the characteristics of where they are from, and the personality of a vintage.