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02/24/17

Geologist and wine expert Scott Burns along with hundreds of other people at the Oregon wine symposium are talking about what warmer temperatures mean for them

02/23/17

Adelsheim Vineyard announces today that Joth Ricci will take over the reins as the company's CEO from Founder and President David Adelsheim. Ricci brings extensive executive leadership in the beverage industry and deep ties in the Oregon business community to Adelsheim

02/23/17

High-end wine consumers aware of state's reputation, but the work isn't over

02/22/17

Don't miss your chance to attend Innovation + Quality (IQ) 2017, the leading forum for ultra-premium wineries: online registration closes Friday, February 24, 2017. This day-long event will take place March 2, 2017 at Charles Krug Winery in the Napa Valley.

02/22/17

Exvere, Inc. served as the exclusive financial advisor to the Haladay family, successfully facilitating the strategic acquisition.

02/22/17

The latest industry research and information were highlighted during the Poster session at the Washington Winegrowers Association annual Convention held last month. About 2,000 state, national, and international participants from the grape and wine industry attended.

02/22/17

Wine industry icon Myles Anderson has been looking for someone to help Walla Walla Vintners take the next step as he moves aside. And the timing seems ideal for Portland software developer Scott Haladay to join co-founder Gordy Venneri as co-owner.

02/22/17

The Amazon Go store in Seattle also carries sandwiches, salads and snacks.

02/21/17

CellarPass, the leading online booking and guest management platform for the fine beverage industry announces their first-ever national roadshow, hosting tourism seminars designed for winery and tasting room owners in California, Oregon, Washington, Texas, New York and Virginia.

02/17/17

The ultimate start to Taste Washington, the Red & White Party pops the cork on the largest single-region wine and food festival in the U.S.

02/17/17

Washington Department of Agriculture estimates the 2015 drought caused between $633 million and $773 million in economic damages

02/17/17

A lawsuit by 17 Oregon counties is challenging the expansion of the Cascade-Siskiyou national monument.

02/17/17

Oregon's water regulators have proposed raising fees for water rights transactions for the third time....

02/17/17

It will be a familiar name in charge of the Oregon winery after, the new owners have announced.

02/16/17

Oregon wine has never been weirder or wilder, and it's finding a new audience tired of its parents' pinot. There's never been a better time to drink Oregon wine

02/16/17

She makes wines that challenge boundaries while remaining eminently drinkable, in a kaleidoscope of styles

02/15/17

Federal funding for falling number research and the Columbia River Treaty were among the issues...

02/15/17

A panel of climate change experts has urged Oregon lawmakers to delay forest policy decisions until more is known about offsetting emissions.

02/15/17

A bill before Oregon lawmakers would prevent employers from recovering attorney fees when they prevail.

02/15/17

Idaho Power Co. has suspended its cloud seeding, already having an ample mountain snowpack.

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