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01/17/20

"A few weeks ago I wasn't hearing much about this issue, so perhaps it is a positive thing these discussions are occurring at high levels"

01/17/20

Washington wine grape growers and winemakers are invited to an upcoming seminar focused on grapevine viruses, a major research priority for the state's wine industry. Registration is now open for WAVEx-Grape Virus Detection, a condensed version of the research seminar Washington Advancements in Viticulture and Enology, February 19, 2020 at Washington State University's Prosser research station.

01/17/20

Four of Brian Carter Cellars' gold-medal wines won awards at the 2019 Platinum Judging.

01/16/20

Michael Wheeler of PDX Wines had 1,100 cases of European wine arrive just after the tariff was put in place. 700 of those cases were below 14% alcohol and subject to the 25% tariff. "We had to write a $10,000 check on the spot, on top of what we originally paid, to get all of our wines released," Wheeler said.

01/16/20

Woodley brings nearly 20 years of wine sales and distribution experience to Avennia. He spent 15 years with Woodward Canyon, where he led national and international distribution initiatives for the renowned Walla Walla winery.

01/16/20

The White Bluffs AVA would be nested entirely within the Columbia Valley AVA, and its application was submitted in 2017 by Kevin Pogue, a geologist at Whitman College in Walla Walla. There would be 1,127 acres of vineyards within the 93,738 acres that would span the White Bluffs AVA.

01/16/20

"Wine Sales and Distribution: The Secrets to Building a Consultative Selling Approach," is the first focused guide for developing personal wine-selling skills"

01/16/20

This week, The Thief Fine Wine & Beer, 102 Main St., hosts a special tasting of Australian wines with a portion of every tasting benefiting WIRES Wildlife Rescue.

01/15/20

The proposed tariffs are 100%, meaning wine coming over from Europe could double in price.

01/13/20

In many ways Walla Walla, Wash., is like any small, upwardly mobile American community. The placid, easily walkable downtown has busy independent bookstores like Earthlight Books, which hosts beer tastings and highlights local artists. The patios of the streetside bars and restaurants are filled with smiling people wearing Patagonia fleeces and expensive sunglasses. You can buy artisanal goat's milk soap.

01/08/20

Blueberry Bourbon Basil cider will be released on Friday, Jan. 17 on draft and in 19.2 ounce cans.

01/06/20

Ste. Michelle Wine Estates has announced the appointment of Peter Click as Vice President of International Sales. Click replaces longtime Ste. Michelle international sales chief Al Portney who recently retired after 25 years with the Washington-based winery. Click earned international recognition as Founder and CEO of Click Wine Group, a Seattle-based wine import company that developed innovative partnerships with producers from Argentina, Chile, France, Germany and Washington State. He sold the business to Winebow in 2008 ...

01/06/20

DeLille Cellars, a property of Bacchus Capital Management in San Francisco, has moved into Woodinville's new Hollywood Station complex, which it shares with Sparkman Cellars. (Richard Duval Images)

01/06/20

January is also the month for replenishing your wine stash

01/03/20

The Goldendale winery is on track to become the Platinum Judging's all-time leader. It won 13 awards two years ago.

01/03/20

Jim Bernau, founder and CEO of Willamette Valley Vineyards, has been a part of the Oregon wine industry for most of its meteoric growth. Bernau founded the Salem-based vineyard in 1983, after securing the hillside property that hosts the vineyard two years earlier.

01/03/20

In a deliciously thoughtful exercise that spanned a record 749 entries and three days, Wine Press Northwest magazine staged its 20th Platinum Judging in October.

01/02/20

Crews from the Cornelius Fire Department responded to the fire at A Blooming Hill Vineyard off Southwest Hergert Road around 3:30 p.m.

12/23/19

Earning rank on the lauded Top 100 list at number 35, the Willamette Valley chardonnay received an impressive score of 98.

12/23/19

The Bennett tasting room will join the soon-to-open J. Scott Cellars at 207 E. 5th Ave. and Sweet Cheeks on 5th, which has been inside the Fifth Street Public Market since 2016, in spaces leased by Obie properties. Beyond that, Capitello Wines and Oregon Wine Lab also are nearby, plus numerous bars and restaurants.

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