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11/08/19

The new 2,000-square-foot space, situated at 820 NW 13th Ave., offers visitors a comfortable place to connect over wine and light bites. "Portland is also the jumping point for tourists who are eager to come experience Oregon wines," says Cabot. "By opening our tasting room in Portland, our goal is to bring a slice of wine country to the city for everyone to enjoy-be it after work, on a Saturday afternoon, or as they kick-off a wine country vacation."

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Oregon is in the strange position of having two representative wine bodies: the long-standing official one, and a group of upstarts who complain (politely) that the official board doesn't represent them. Mainly it is a clash between the Pinot Noir producers of Willamette Valley and growers and wineries in other parts of the state. As with most problems in the Pacific Northwest, it's really all California's fault.

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Locke brings to Crimson more than 20 years of wine industry experience in the Pacific Northwest. Based in Napa, she most recently was senior vice president of Treasury Wine Estates (TWE).

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Awards will be given in 4 categories ... to summon a body of marketing innovation that can serve as inspiration, to recognize the best marketing minds in the business

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Parramon USA has begun selling its Microtech line of cork stoppers to US wineries. Previously available in Europe, South Africa and Japan, Microtech is a natural and affordable closure with no detectable TCA.

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Scannell Properties won Planning Commission approval on Wednesday to build the 230,000-gallon-year Gateway East winery with tenants to be revealed later. The winery-to-be can host more than 12,000 visitors annually.

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Paul Duffy will step down as chairman and CEO of Pernod Ricard North America effective December 2, and will be replaced by consumer goods veteran Ann Mukherjee.

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Joining the established, highly regarded J. Lohr Vineyard Series tier, these wines marry selectively harvested fruit from these sites with J. Lohr's small-lot, artisan winemaking techniques.

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When New Jersey lawmakers debated earlier this year whether to legalize recreational use of marijuana, the Garden State's police organizations were adamantly against it

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Manzanita Naturals announced the relaunch of its THC-infused Grape Bliss and Strawberry Bliss sparkling waters, removing sugar substitutes.

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The new, enhanced application standardizes the wine tasting and review process across mobile devices, to deliver a consistent, advanced tasting experience for all users.

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Downtown businesses will hand out candy to trick-or-treaters and Healdsburg Community Services will have some spooky family activities in the plaza such as face painting, games and a bubble station.

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The survey results are important when talking to elected officials and government agencies that are responsible for developing programs to further support the Texas wine and grape industry.

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Folded Hills grapes are all organically grown following the biodynamic calendar.

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The label's signature offering, the wine spent 23 months in French oak prior to bottling and showcases a striking balance in terms of extraction, fruit and oak.

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Comments from the Urrutia family about the 2019 harvest in Rioja, Ribera del Duero and Valdeorras.

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VIK is the first winery to be awarded this accolade.

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The quality white and red wines produced by the Sicilian winery Cantine Europa will be on display in Miami from November 7th to 10th 2019, on the occasion of the Seed Food & Wine Week.

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He will help Ekos invest those funds strategically as it releases new products, enters new verticals and expands its market leadership. Rosbrook will report directly to Ekos CEO Josh McKinney.

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In the collaboration's first year, Kravitz takes on this role through the lens of photographer, shooting an inspiring collection of photographs for "Assemblage", his photo exhibition inspired by Dom Pérignon.

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The organisers said sustainable topics set to be explored at the 2020 show will include how winegrowers are reacting to changing weather conditions and coping with higher temperatures and longer dry spells, and if vine portfolios are changing in the wine growing regions affected by climate change.

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Through fires, floods and droughts, Northern California's work ethic serves it well

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The first half of winter forecast hints at a near normal to slightly warmer than normal western US while the eastern half of the country will likely be much colder than normal. The precipitation forecast for DJF is indicating near-average conditions in the PNW while tilting the odds for portions of California and Southern Oregon to remain dry during the first half of winter