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05/25/17

Wine and weed? Some Oregon vineyards try hand at pot farming

05/25/17

The day I met winemaker Charles Smith, he had just become a wealthy man. I was invited to interview the 53-year-old shock-haired ex-music manager turned Washington wine mogul, who'd just sold five "core wines" to Constellation Brands for $120 million. And since Smith was in town to pour out his vintages at a Wine Spectator event, maybe I'd like to report on the sale. I did not.

05/25/17

One of the hottest trends in the world of wine - around the globe and throughout the Pacific Northwest - is rosé.

05/24/17

In a significant realignment calculated to accelerate growth across seven key states, Excelsior Wines, North America's largest importer of South American wines, confirms a strategic new partnership with Young's Market Company. Effective June 1, Young's Market Company assumes exclusive distribution rights for Excelsior Wines in Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.

05/24/17

At a recent lunch at New York's celebrated Le Coucou, Chris and Thea Upchurch, founders and owners of Upchurch Vineyard, introduced their Cabernet Sauvignon to a group of restaurant, hospitality and media guests. Le Coucou received the 2017 James Beard Award for "Best New Restaurant". Chef Daniel Rose crafted a signature three-course menu ideally suited to the nuances of Upchurch's award-winning Cabernet Sauvignon from Washington State's renowned Red Mountain AVA.

05/24/17

Wine enthusiasts looking to celebrate National Wine Day on May 25 should look no further than Portland, Ore., according to data from leading business data and analytics provider Infogroup

05/24/17

Columbia Winery has announced its designation as an Official Partner of the Seattle Mariners for the 2017 and 2018 Major League Baseball seasons

05/23/17

The eggs help create different layers of flavor complexity and mouth feel.

05/23/17

No farmers or others engaged in agricultural activities have been fined for creating dust...

05/22/17

Input from Washington's wine industry will guide research priorities moving forward

05/19/17

¡Salud!, a program through Tuality Healthcare that provides healthcare services for vineyard workers and their families, is proud to announce details for its 2017 event season. The fifth annual Summertime ¡Salud! will be held on Thursday, July 27, and the 26th annual Oregon Pinot Noir Auction will be held November 10-11.

05/19/17

Developers who plan to revitalize the former 1907 Odd Fellows Building at 28 S. Spokane St. into The Penrose Walla Walla Hotel & Spa have provided a vision for the building, details of its ownership, and a rough opening for the massive downtown Walla Walla project

05/19/17

the state could ultimately host 200,000 acres of vineyard, nearly four times the current acreage of approximately 56,000. Given a 2016 harvest of 270,000 tons, such a dramatic increase in acreage could easily put the state closer to 1 million tons

05/18/17

The value of Idaho ag exports during the first quarter of 2017 totaled $210 million, a 1.3 percent increase over the same three-month period in 2016. That's the first time Idaho ag export value has reached positive territory since the fourth...

05/15/17

The idea is contained in House Joint Memorial 400, sponsored by Republican state Reps. Matt Shea and Bob McCaslin of Spokane Valley and David Taylor of Moxee.

05/15/17

The Pacific Northwest remains a great region for finding high-quality value wines.

05/15/17

May has been a cool and soggy extension of April and March in Pacific Northwest vineyards for the 2017 vintage.

05/12/17

"We are continuing to implement our strategic plan by making the necessary financial, vineyard, winemaking and staffing investments to sustainably engage wine enthusiasts and provide them world class wines and winery experiences."

05/11/17

to raise awareness about the value of research funded by the wine industry through the grape and wine assessments paid to the Washington State Wine Commission.

05/11/17

The plaintiffs are vineyard developers Harihara and Parvathy Mahesh, and their vineyard owner neighbor, Momtazi Family LLC. The Maheshes and Momtazi are suing their neighbor, defendant Richard Wagner, and his parents, who, unlike your mom and dad, set Wagner up on a nice spread of land to produce and process weed

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